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Restorative Materials in Pediatric Patients

Restorative Materials in Pediatric Patients



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Submitted by :Dushyant ChopraVarsha Bihani B.D.S final prof.
At least 1/3rd of the current dental research effort isdirectly concerned with the development of better materialsand improved techniques for their manipulation.The oral cavity is a formidable obstacle to themaintenance of the integrity of the tooth structure and thematerials used in its restoration or replacement. Bitingstress on the cusp of the molar tooth may be as great as207MPa. The pH of dental plaque, food and beveragesfluctuates daily from ranges of low acidity to highalkalinity.The temperature during the course of a normalmeal may vary as much as 150*F. The warm , moist oralcavity contains a variety of enzymes and debris providingoptimum conditions for the accumulation of surfacedeposits that can tarnish or corrode metallic restorations.For these and other reasons restorative materials arereadily subject to fracture, solubility, dimensional changeand discoloration.

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