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Phillips’ Science of Dental Materials 12th Edition PDF


Phillips’ Science of Dental Materials 12th Edition PDF

Phillips’ Science of Dental Materials 12th Edition PDF



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Preface

This book represents a comprehensive overview of
the composition, biocompatibility, physical properties,
mechanical properties, manipulative variables, and performance
of direct and indirect restorative materials and auxiliary
materials used in dentistry. The book is intended as a
textbook for dental students, dental hygiene students, laboratory
technicians, and dental materials scientists. It is also
designed as an authoritative reference book for dentists,
dental assistants, dental hygienists, and corporate marketing
staff. Although the scientific concepts presented in some
chapters are somewhat advanced, the text information in
most chapters can be readily understood by individuals with
a general college education.
The twelfth edition of Phillips’ Science of Dental Materials
is divided into four sections to reflect the focus of the chapters
contained in each part. Part I, General Classes and Properties
of Dental Materials, consists of seven chapters on the
structure, physical properties, mechanical properties,
casting methodology, dental polymers, and biocompatibility
of restorative and auxiliary materials used in dentistry. Part
II: Auxiliary Dental Materials, contains four chapters on
impression materials, gypsum products, dental waxes, casting
investments and casting procedures, and finishing and polishing
materials. Part III: Direct Restorative Materials, is
focused on four areas, bonding and bonding agents, restorative
resins and cements, dental cements, and dental amalgams.
Part IV: Indirect Restorative Materials, consists of
six chapters including dental casting and soldering alloys,
wrought metals, dental ceramics, denture base resins, dental
implants, and a new chapter on emerging technologies. Direct
and indirect materials are used to restore function and/or
aesthetics in mouths containing damaged, decayed, or missing
teeth by producing the restoration directly within the prepared
tooth or by producing a prosthesis indirectly in a dental
laboratory before placement in the oral cavity…


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