disilicate

disilicate

[dī′sil·ə‚kāt]
(chemistry)
A silicate compound that has two silicon atoms in the molecule.
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The ZirconLITH Dental features advanced technology that allows handling high percentage loading of light reactive polymers with particles such as Zirconium and Lithium Disilicate.
It can be processed with two alternative methods; Mill and Polish, offering a restoration of around 210 MPa in just 15 minutes, and Mill and Fire, stain/glaze firing the material to achieve the strength of lithium disilicate (370 MPa).
Tenders invited for Lithium disilicate kit & ipr kit (detailed specification is enclosed )
Then he presents case studies of rehabilitation with pressed feldspathic porcelain veneers without preparation and with minimal preparation, with stratified feldspathic porcelain veneers on a refractory die without preparation, complex rehabilitation with lithium disilicate veneers and pressed metal-ceramic crowns, and complex rehabilitation with lithium disilicate.
The recently introduced dental ceramics such as luecite, lithium disilicate, lithium disilicate reinforced glass ceramics, alumina and zirconia can be used for the fabrication of multiple unit posterior FDPs due to their better mechanical stability as compared to earlier used ceramics.
Kaolinite is defined as a common mineral, hydrated aluminium disilicate, the most common constituent of kaolin.
Conclusions: The application of silane and its heat treatment showed significant improvement in bond strength of lithium disilicate ceramic when bonded to composite.
The two most recently introduced all-ceramic systems (hard machined lithium disilicate and soft machined 3Y-TZP) are excellent examples of successful material development to match specific requirements of dental restorations.
Some authors have observed lower numerical values of vertical wear after toothbrushing abrasion of resin cements positioned between layers of lithium disilicate.
IN VITRO EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF HYDROFLUORIC ACID CONCENTRATION AND APPLICATION TIME ON ADHESION TO LITHIUM DISILICATE
Preheated silene effect in shear bond of ceramic lithium disilicate and cements
Articles address such topics as ultimate ceramic veneers, post and core restorations, minimally invasive treatment of initial dental erosion using pressed lithium disilicate glass-ceramic restorations, ultraconservative esthetic treatment, the internal staining technique, fluorescence, smile individualization, and chipping occurrence in zirconia-based prostheses.