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Practicality and prospect of full-zirconia restoration
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 Title & Authors
Practicality and prospect of full-zirconia restoration
Hwang, Jung-Won;
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 Abstract
Zirconia polycrystalline (Y-TZP) showed better mechanical properties and superior resistance to fracture than other conventional dental ceramics. Zirconia-based ceramics have been successfully introduced into the clinic to fabricate fixed dental prostheses (FDPs), along with a dental computer-aided/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) system. It has been clinically available as an alternative to the metal framework for fixed dental prostheses (FDPs). The most frequent clinical complication with zirconia-based FDPs was chipping of the veneering porcelain that was affected by many factors. Another option was full-contour zirconia FDPs using high translucent zirconia. Full-contour zirconia FDPs has many clinical advantages but it caused concern about the wear of antagonist enamel, because the hardness of Y-TZP was over double that of porcelain. However, many articles demonstrates that highly polished zirconia yielded lower antagonist wear compared with porcelains. In this article (1) advantages of full zirconia restorations, (2) clinical applications of zirconia restorations, (3) abutment preparation, (4) surface finish of zirconia restoration and antagonist enamel wear, (5) bond of zirconia with resin-based luting agents, (6) communication in clinical & lab.procedures for full zirconia restorations are reviewed.
 Keywords
CAD/CAM;full-contour zirconia;clinical application;surface finish;
 Language
Korean
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