Le composite préchauffé : propriétés et intérêt en tant que composite de collage pour l'assemblage des restaurations en céramique

Abstract : In today's general dental practice, all-ceramic restorations are widely available and commonly used. These types of procedures allow dentists to provide a less traumatic care that also offers a better aesthetic outcome for the patient. A more recent technique using preheated composite has been developed. Undeniably, preheating resin composite to use it as a luting agent is showing promising results as an alternative to luting cements due to its advantageous mechanical, physico-chemical, and clinical properties. Nonetheless, the clinical use of this technique requires advanced knowledge in both the properties and composition of resin composites. Indeed, since the heat treatment variably differs depending on the clinical situation, it is essential to choose the material and the protocol (temperature and photopolymerisation process) carefully.
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Fanny Weber. Le composite préchauffé : propriétés et intérêt en tant que composite de collage pour l'assemblage des restaurations en céramique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02129874⟩

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