The production of cement is started from quarrying the raw material. The main raw materials are limestone, basalt, sand stone, pumice, gypsum. Site Exploration of suitable deposits, for the raw material has three main aims Quarrying is the breaking of the rock in a safe and economical way and then transporting the result to a plant for further reduction in size. Quarrying of raw materials involves Process of Raw Material Extracting.

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Statement of problem: Information about the retentive strength of luting agents for zirconium oxide-based crowns is limited. It is unknown if this type of high-strength ceramic restoration requires adhesive cementation to enhance retention. Purpose: The purpose of this in vitro study was to determine the ability of selected luting agents to retain a representative zirconium oxide ceramic crown under clinically simulated conditions. Material and methods: Recently extracted human molars were prepared with a flat occlusal surface, degree taper, and approximately 4-mm axial length.

All copings were airborne-particle abraded with mum Al 2 O 3 and then cleaned in an ultrasonic bath with isopropyl alcohol. Provisional cement was removed from the prepared teeth, followed by a pumice prophy. After trial insertion, the copings were cleaned with phosphoric acid, rinsed, dried, and dehydrated with isopropyl alcohol. They were then cemented with a seating force of 10 kg per tooth, using either a composite resin cement with adhesive agent Panavia F 2.

The cemented copings were thermal cycled at 5 degrees C and 55 degrees C for cycles with a 15 second dwell time, and then removed along the path of insertion using a universal testing machine at 0. The removal force was recorded, and the stress of dislodgement was calculated using the surface area of each preparation.

The nature of failure was also recorded. Results: Mean dislodgement stresses were 5. The 1-way analysis of variance revealed no differences in mean crown removal stress among the 3 cementation groups.

Conclusions: Within the limitations of this study, the 3 luting agents, with mean removal stresses ranging from 5. The use of a composite resin cement with a bonding agent did not yield higher coping retention compared to the other 2 cements tested. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable.

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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract Statement of problem: Information about the retentive strength of luting agents for zirconium oxide-based crowns is limited. Similar articles In vitro retentive strength of zirconium oxide ceramic crowns using different luting agents. Ernst CP, et al. J Prosthet Dent. PMID: The influence of different convergence angles and resin cements on the retention of zirconia copings.

Ali AO, et al. J Prosthodont. Epub Jul The effect of a resin-based sealer on crown retention for three types of cement. Johnson GH, et al. Adhesive luting of indirect restorations. Am J Dent. PMID: Review. Resin-ceramic bonding: a review of the literature. Blatz MB, et al.

Show more similar articles See all similar articles. Saade J, et al. Clin Cosmet Investig Dent. Kansal R, et al. Contemp Clin Dent. Effects of coloring procedures on shear bond strength between resin cement and colored zirconia. Tuncel İ, Turp I. Tuncel İ, et al. Eur Oral Res. Epub Sep 1. An in vitro comparison of the effect of various surface treatments on the tensile bond strength of three different luting cement to zirconia copings.

Bhavana BL, et al. J Indian Prosthodont Soc. Sadighpour L, et al. J Dent Tehran. Show more "Cited by" articles See all "Cited by" articles. Publication types Research Support, Non-U. Gov't Actions. MeSH terms Adhesiveness Actions. Air Abrasion, Dental Actions. Computer-Aided Design Actions. Dental Bonding Actions. Dental Prosthesis Design Actions. Humans Actions. Materials Testing Actions.

Stress, Mechanical Actions. Surface Properties Actions. Substances Composite Resins Actions. Dental Cements Actions. Dental Materials Actions. Glass Ionomer Cements Actions. Methacrylates Actions. Panavia-Fluoro Actions. Rely X Unicem Actions. Resin Cements Actions. Vitremer Actions. Dental Porcelain Actions. Zirconium Actions.

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Retention of Zirconium Oxide Ceramic Crowns With Three Types of Cement

Different minerals need to be mined in order to make cement. Limestone containing the mineral calcite , clay, and gypsum make up most of it. The US Geological Survey notes that cement raw materials, especially limestone, are geologically widespread and luckily abundant. Domestic cement production has been increasing steadily, from Most construction projects involve some form of concrete. There are more than twenty types of cement used to make various specialty concrete, however the most common is Portland cement.


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