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Tropical Dental Journal - N° 172 - December 2020

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Lebanonphoto_auteurIn vitro study of the bond strength at the interface of two different ceramics on the same zirconia base

C. Boueiz, P. Habre, E. Zebouni - Lebanon
Published in French in Tropical Dental Journal N° 172 - Volume 43 - Décembre 2020 - 5-17


Abstract

Introduction: The objective of this study was to evaluate the fracture resistance at the interface following shear stresses of two different ceramics on the same Zirconia base, according to two different ceramic mounting techniques: CAD- On and manual stratification.
Materials and methods: Twenty IPS e.max®ZirCAD zirconia blocks were prepared using the CAD-On technique. A further 20 IPS e.max® ZirCAD zirconia blocks were sintered on which the IPS e.max® Ceram ceramic was layered. A 20-block control group was prepared with a Colado® CC non-precious metal base on which the IPS InLine® ceramic was laminated. All samples were thermocycled. The shear test was performed using a universal test machine (YL 01).
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Online articles, a film, and even some doctors claim that root canal procedures are the underlying cause of cancer and other diseases. This is false. Root canal procedures do not cause cancer. This myth derives from unfounded claims that 97% of people who have terminal cancer had root canal surgery, suggesting a link between dental work and the development of cancer.

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