Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:58    |    
    Acknowledgments
  • 02:56    |    
    History
  • 03:14    |    
    Porcelain jackets
  • 04:20    |    
    Ceramic restoration confusion
  • 04:43    |    
    Patient with a failed inlay
  • Easy solution
  • 06:16    |    
    Large commercial dental laboratory options
    • All-ceramic substances
    • Zirconia and all-ceramic options
    • Procera
  • 09:55    |    
    What will the solution be?
  • 10:07    |    
    All-ceramic restorations
  • 11:16    |    
    All-ceramic preparation
  • 12:07    |    
    Basic applications
  • 12:24    |    
    All-ceramic materials
  • 12:55    |    
    Veneering material failure
  • Panavia system
  • 14:47    |    
    Decision making
    • What does the patient want?
    • Advertisement
    • Friends and peers
    • Return on investment
    • Other factors to consider
    • Evidence in the dental literature
    • Fatigue
  • 18:49    |    
    Longevity
    • Occlusion
    • Wear and evidence
    • Specific materials
  • 20:03    |    
    Laboratory technology support
    • Automation
    • Lab technology industry reviews
    • Foreign crown ratings
    • Outsourcing laboratory activities
  • 22:33    |    
    International Association for Dental Research
  • Experiment with dental materials
  • 25:23    |    
    Occlusion
    • Low Frankfurt-Mandibular angle
    • Protrusive interference
    • Wear patterns
    • Occlusal forces in the mouth
    • Fatigue
  • 32:00    |    
    Wear
    • Occlusal abrasion
    • Porcelains
  • 34:23    |    
    Dental ceramics
    • Brittle
    • Crown polishing
  • 35:21    |    
    Articulating surface
  • 36:32    |    
    Philosophy of treatment
  • Patient understanding
  • 38:08    |    
    Wear of opposing enamel
  • 39:10    |    
    Evidence
    • Retrospective clinical trial
    • Case series
    • Laboratory studies
    • Advertisements
    • Word of mouth
  • 42:32    |    
    "Dental journals"
  • 44:15    |    
    Variety of journals
  • 45:20    |    
    Advertising in journals
  • 46:21    |    
    Specific materials
    • Feldspathic porcelain
    • Pressable ceramic
    • No-prep veneers
    • Aluminous oxide
    • Machinable ceramics
  • 47:22    |    
    Ceramics
    • Parameters of care
    • Enamel bonding test
  • 49:27    |    
    Feldspathic porcelain
  • Evidence of leucite-reinforced porcelain crown system
  • 53:37    |    
    Tooth replacement
  • 54:13    |    
    Restorations
  • 55:38    |    
    No-prep veneers
    • Esthetics
    • Biological width
  • 57:55    |    
    Lumineers website ad
  • 58:34    |    
    Lumineers data
  • 59:25    |    
    Website information
  • 59:47    |    
    Question and answer period
    • What is your opinion regarding metal ceramic crowns?
    • Air particle abrasion
  • 01:03:57    |    
    Pressable ceramic
    • Benefits
    • Example procedure
    • Molten ceramic
    • Wax pattern
    • Color
    • Artistry of dentistry
    • Crown overview
    • Characteristics of pressable ceramic
    • Accurate recording of data
    • Clinical experience with Empress crowns
    • Margination of all-ceramic bondable restorations
    • Pressable ceramic
    • Leucite
    • Gingival problems
    • Interproximal margination
    • Acceptable color
    • Posterior medical problems
    • Marginal fit of all-ceramic systems
  • 01:23:42    |    
    Machinable ceramics
    • CEREC system
    • Advantages
    • Limited esthetics
  • 01:28:17    |    
    Aluminous oxide
    • Procera
    • CAD/CAM core
    • Expansion in between teeth
    • Computarized scan of the tooth
    • Three dimensional scan
    • Monoblock
    • Biphasic system
    • Study of Procera crowns
    • Higher strength
    • Opaque core
  • 01:37:02    |    
    Zirconia-based ceramics
    • Opaque core
    • Limited clinical data
    • Disadvantages
  • 01:39:57    |    
    Alternatives to ceramics
    • Enamel
    • Indirect composite
    • Advantages
    • Data
    • Longevity restorations
    • Gold restorations
  • 01:43:51    |    
    Cast gold
    • Reliability
    • Esthetics of metal ceramic restorations
  • 01:45:36    |    
    Metal-ceramic
    • Requirements
    • Acceptable esthetics
  • 01:48:23    |    
    Take-home message
    • No single solution
    • Decision making
    • Balance
  • 01:50:18    |    
    Final words
  • 01:51:30    |    
    Final credits


All Ceramic Selection: How to Choose What to Use

New Media  | 06 de agosto de 2009  | Vistas: 20

In this video, oriented to dental students, Kenneth S. Kurtz describes the most common problems dentists encounter, from occlusion to wear, and clearly explains how to choose the best corrective method depending on the individual patient's case. He recommends that the technique used to solve the problem satisfies the needs of both the patient and the doctor. Kurtz describes treatment options that use ceramic and nonceramic based procedures. Many companies utilize so-called dental journals to sell their products by advertising them and persuading people to buy them. Kurtz warns professionals not to fall prey to deception. Before any procedure, specialists need to review the facts and the evidence that support the use of the procedure to ensure its effectiveness. Technology has evolved this science and in the future he predicts computers, not the human eye, will play a greater role in finding solutions to dental problems. Finally, Kurtz recommends students be committed to their work and behave professionally and ethically throughout their careers.




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Kenneth S. Kurtz is an expert in prosthodontics and maxillofacial prosthetics.…

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