Mời bạn đọc cùng tham khảo tài liệu Vật liệu dán nha khoa (Dental adhesive materials) để nắm được các kiến thức về nguyên tắc của sự dán (principles of adhesion); đặc điểm của men và ngà liên quan đến dán; vật liệu dán để trám composite; tính chất; dán lên mô răng; tóm tắt các hệ thống dán men ngà.
Due to their good mechanical characteristics in terms of stiffness and strength coupled with mass-saving advantage and other attractive physico-chemical properties, composite materials are successfully used in medicine and nanotechnology fields. To this end, the chapters composing the book have been divided into the following sections: medicine, dental and pharmaceutical applications; nanocomposites for energy efficiency; characterization and fabrication, all of which provide an invaluable overview of this fascinating subject area. ...
The book "Applied Fracture Mechanics" presents a collection of articles on application of fracture mechanics methods to materials science, medicine, and engineering. In thirteen chapters, a wide range of topics is discussed, including strength of biological tissues, safety of nuclear reactor components, fatigue effects in pipelines, environmental effects on fracture among others. In addition, the book presents mathematical and computational methods underlying the fracture mechanics applications, and also developments in statistical modeling of fatigue.
In recent decades scientists and engineers around the globe have been responding to the requirement of high performance materials through innovative material research and engineering. The ever increasing demand on quality and reliability has resulted in some dazzling technological achievements in the area of advanced materials and manufacturing.
The eighth edition of Dentistry for the Child and
Adolescent presents current diagnostic and treatment
recommendations based on research, clinical experience,
and current literature. This newest edition follows
the same basic structure and format of the previous
seven editions. The contributors who joined us in
preparation of this latest revision express a coordinated
philosophy in the approach to the most modern
concepts of dentistry for the child and adolescent. The
information contained herein is relevant to the contemporary
science and practice of pediatric dentistry.
Periodontal disease is one of the major dental pathologies that affect human populations
worldwide at high prevalence rates (Petersen, 2003). Periodontal diseases represents a
family of heterogeneous chronic inflammatory lesions that involve the periodontium, a
connective tissue protected by the epithelium, important to attach the teeth to the bone in
the jaws and to support the teeth during function (Taylor, 2003).
America’s dairy farmers participate in a national check-off program that provides
monies to promote the consumption of dairy foods. A large portion of these funds
is used to support nutrition research, communication, and education. Since 1915,
the National Dairy Council® has been committed to establishing programs and
developing educational materials based on current scientific research, as well as
providing sound scientific information in all of its communications.
This book is an update of the first edition of the Handbook of Dairy Foods and
In the past few decades, the Finite Element Method (FEM) has been developed into a key indispensable technology in the modeling and simulation of various engineering systems. The present book reports on the state of the art research and development findings on this very broad matter through original and innovative research studies exhibiting various investigation directions of FEM in electrical, civil, materials and biomedical engineering.
Finite Element Analysis represents a numerical technique for finding approximate solutions to partial differential equations as well as integral equations, permitting the numerical analysis of complex structures based on their material properties. This book presents 20 different chapters in the application of Finite Elements, ranging from Biomedical Engineering to Manufacturing Industry and Industrial Developments.
Medicine and dentistry are continuously evolving, due
largely to the influences and interactions of new methods,
technologies, and materials. Partly because of outdated testing
requirements, our students can no longer adequately
meet the increasing demands these changes have placed on
a patient-oriented education.
Definitions and scope of pediatric dentistry
Pediatric dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides
both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic
oral health care for infants and children through adolescence,
including those with special health care needs.1
To become a pediatric dental specialist, a dentist must satisfactorily
complete a minimum of 24 months in an advanced
education program accredited by the Commission on Dental
Accreditation of the American Dental Association (ADA).
Stains caused by dental materials are not uncommon (Figure 7-6).Among the discolorants found in dental materials, metallic ions are
considered to be the most difficult to bleach.The metallic corrosion products may lead to a dark gray or black appearance that will
be visible through the remaining tooth structure, including the root structure (Figures 7-12 and 7-13).The severity of discoloration
and the success of bleaching depend upon the amount of metallic ions penetrating the dentinal tubules.
In November 1999, the Department of Dental Surgery at Chubu National Hospital,
National Institute of Longevity Science (Now: National Center for Geriatrics and
Gerontologyʣ, established the first oral care outpatient clinic in the nation. We have instructed
many people in methods of systematic oral care, and the service has earned a good reputation.
A revised and updated edition of this successful text offers new material on plastic restorations.
With increasing emphasis on restoration, as opposed to extraction, and growing public awareness of the importance of primary teeth, the first edition was one of the first books to illustrate in detail the various scientifically proven clinical techniques.
The authors are at the Leeds Dental Institute.
The clinical interface of orthodontics and paediatric dentistry is
broad. Increasingly, for the undergraduate, teaching and
examinations in these specialties are combined to promote a
holistic approach to dental care for the child and adolescent patient.
This concise colour guide aims, therefore, to cover major clinical
aspects of orthodontic and paediatric dental practice in a format
suitable for quick reference and revision purposes.
It is 41 years since the first edition of this book was published.
In that time there have been so many developments in
our understanding of dental disease, in materials, and in
techniques so that there is now very little of that first edition
remaining except the basic philosophy for managing
patients with dental disease. This philosophy has several
parallel threads which weave together.
• Dentists primarily look after people with dental problems
– not just mouths or teeth.
• An understanding of the disease processes is fundamental
to their management.
Since their first introduction, metallic biomaterials have always been designed to
be corrosion resistant. For decades, this paradigm has become the mainframe of
the biomaterials world. It has been cited in thousands of scientific papers and
taught in hundreds of courses of materials for biomedical devices. It has also been
followed by industries in developing millions of medical devices until today.
Nowadays, with the advent of tissue engineering, biomaterials are envisaged to
actively interact with the body.
The Nondestructive testing science is a broad field that covers variety of testing methods
and applications, in addition to the associated pre and post processing mathematics. In
terms of methods and techniques the Nondestructive testing modalities rely on different
physical phenomena such as the electromagnetism, the acoustic emission, the thermal
emission and the penetration of high-energy radiation through materials and structures.
We planned the first edition of this book on a ‘need to know’
basis, its primary object being to provide students and medical
and dental practitioners with the knowledge essential for an
informed approach to the prevention and treatment of viral
infections. We aimed also at supplying just enough basic virology
to underpin the more practical aspects—clinical manifestations,
epidemiology, pathogenesis, immune responses, and so
forth. And not least, we tried our best to make the text as readable
as is possible, given the highly technical nature of some of