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Título: Slurry preparation methods affect dental porcelain reliability
Autor: Pelaez-Vargas, Alejandro
Dussán, Jaime A.
Restrepo, Luís F.
Paucar, Carlos
Ferreira, Jorge Amaral
Monteiro, Fernando J.
Palavras-chave: Cerâmica
Indústria cerâmica
Medicina
Data: Mai-2011
Citação: Pelaez-Vargas, Alejandro... [et al.] - Slurry preparation methods affect dental porcelain reliability. In: The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Vol. 105, Issue 5 (May 2011), p. 308-314
Resumo: One-step and incremental mixing procedures are currently used to produce dental ceramic pastes. In the ceramic industry, high quality is obtained using one-step mixing, but in dentistry, the best method has not been yet determined. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of 2 mixing techniques on the biaxial flexural strength and microstructure of dental porcelain. Feldspathic porcelain discs (2 × 15 mm in diameter) were produced and divided according to the ceramic paste preparation method, powder-liquid incremental mixing group (n=50) or one-step mixing, as a control group (n=50). Specimens were tested for biaxial flexural strength and characterized using porosimetry, relative humidity, SEM/EDS, XRD, and FT-IR analyses. Statistical analysis was conducted using Weibull statistics. The Weibull modulus, characteristic strength and relative humidity were compared between groups, using Student's t-test and Mann-Whitney U test (a=.05). The powder-liquid incremental mixing group showed significantly higher values (SD) of Weibull modulus (6.74 (0.70), P<.001) and characteristic strength (79.87 (2.01) MPa, P<.001) when compared to the one-step mixing group (4.94 (0.94) and 75.95 (2.61) MPa). Significantly lower mean (SD) relative humidity values (P=.009) were found for powder-liquid incremental mixing group (20% (0.5%)) compared to one-step mixing group (22% (1%)). XRD spectra showed that the one-step mixing group produced higher amounts of the amorphous phase. Specimens produced by the incremental mixing technique showed higher biaxial flexural strength than one-step mixing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.9/2713
ISSN: 0022-3913
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