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Three-Body Wear of Glazed and Veneered Zirconia

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10-2-2012 12:00 AM

Abstract

Objective. To evaluate three-body wear of glazes, applied to dental zirconia, with different coefficients of thermal expansion. Methods. Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) plates (12x15x2mm) were divided into 4 groups (n=8/group): 1) YSZ, surface polished through to 1200 grit silicon carbide paper (Control), 2) YSZ (1mm thick), veneered (1mm thick), polished through 600 grit silicon carbide paper, then glazed, 3) YSZ, glazed, 4) YSZ, glazed. Groups were tested in three-body wear using a Leinfelder-style wear tester with a polyacetal antagonist (Ø = 6 mm) and artificial food bolus with a 1:1 weight ratio of poly(methylmethacrylate) beads and de-ionized water. Groups were tested at 0, 100,000, 200,000, and 400,000 cycles with an applied contact load of 75 N. Surface roughness, wear depth, and volumetric loss were measured after each interval using a stylus profilometer. 3D surface images and SEM micrographs of specimens were obtained after each interval. The effect of cycles on properties was evaluated using oneway ANOVA with a Tukey’s test for multiple comparisons if significant (p < 0.05). Results. Group 1 exhibited significance in surface roughness over time. Group 1 showed significant decrease in gloss over time; however Group 1 was significantly greater in gloss than other groups at each interval. Group 2 showed significant wear depth and volume loss after baseline. After baseline, Group 2 exhibited significantly greater wear depths and volume losses after each interval when compared to other groups. Conclusion. Wear of glazes on dental zirconia was observed to be independent of thermal expansion coefficient of glazes. Grants. This study was funded by a grant from the NSU-HPD Research Committee.

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Three-Body Wear of Glazed and Veneered Zirconia

Objective. To evaluate three-body wear of glazes, applied to dental zirconia, with different coefficients of thermal expansion. Methods. Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) plates (12x15x2mm) were divided into 4 groups (n=8/group): 1) YSZ, surface polished through to 1200 grit silicon carbide paper (Control), 2) YSZ (1mm thick), veneered (1mm thick), polished through 600 grit silicon carbide paper, then glazed, 3) YSZ, glazed, 4) YSZ, glazed. Groups were tested in three-body wear using a Leinfelder-style wear tester with a polyacetal antagonist (Ø = 6 mm) and artificial food bolus with a 1:1 weight ratio of poly(methylmethacrylate) beads and de-ionized water. Groups were tested at 0, 100,000, 200,000, and 400,000 cycles with an applied contact load of 75 N. Surface roughness, wear depth, and volumetric loss were measured after each interval using a stylus profilometer. 3D surface images and SEM micrographs of specimens were obtained after each interval. The effect of cycles on properties was evaluated using oneway ANOVA with a Tukey’s test for multiple comparisons if significant (p < 0.05). Results. Group 1 exhibited significance in surface roughness over time. Group 1 showed significant decrease in gloss over time; however Group 1 was significantly greater in gloss than other groups at each interval. Group 2 showed significant wear depth and volume loss after baseline. After baseline, Group 2 exhibited significantly greater wear depths and volume losses after each interval when compared to other groups. Conclusion. Wear of glazes on dental zirconia was observed to be independent of thermal expansion coefficient of glazes. Grants. This study was funded by a grant from the NSU-HPD Research Committee.