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Title: The Effect of CAMBRA Agents on Fracture Strength of Lithium Disilicate Crowns
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Authors: Sinada, Naif Ghazi
Advisors: Masri, Radi, 1975-
Date: 2017
Abstract: The Caries Management By Risk Assessment (CAMBRA) protocol outlines an approach in which certain agents can be used to serve as protective factors toward the management of dental caries. In this study, the effects of particular CAMBRA agents on the fracture strength of lithium disilicate ceramics (commonly used in dentistry) are studied. While Chlorhexidine exhibited no effects on the fracture strength of these ceramics, Prevident showed a decrease in the fracture strength of all the ceramics studied. These results indicate that clinicians should proceed with caution when using these CAMBRA agents in patients restored with lithium disilicate ceramics. Further studies on the particular mechanisms whereby this reduction in fracture strength occurs are indicated.
Subject Keywords: CAMBRA
emax
fracture
prevident
strength
Chlorhexidine
Ceramics
Crowns
Description: University of Maryland, Baltimore. Biomedical Sciences-Dental School. M.S. 2017
Type: dissertation
Appears in Collections:Theses and Dissertations Graduate School
Theses and Dissertations School of Dentistry

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