Procédure de finition et de polissage des ciments verres ionomères : revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Glass ionomer cement are dentals biomaterials introduced by Wilson and Kent in 1971. These materials are used in many fields and more particularly in dentals restorations. Several factors such as marginal integrity, mimicry and aesthetics are essential for the long-term sustainability of direct restorations in the mouth. Finishing and polishing ensure the aesthetic and the functional integration of these materials and promote their long-term success. In 2007, a review of the literature presented the state of scientific knowledge on the finishing and polishing methods available on the market for ionomer glass cements. The results obtained showed that the ideal instrumentation for their finishing and polishing was not yet available. However, Sof-Lex® disk sequences seemed to be the most appropriate for finishing and polishing these materials. Clinical and industrial research allows a constant evolution of techniques and materials.The aim of this review is to identify, through the scientific literature, the most appropriate instruments, finishing and polishing methods for glass ionomer cements.
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Mallorie Henry. Procédure de finition et de polissage des ciments verres ionomères : revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02047565⟩

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