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Objective: To assess the influence of adhesive core buildup designs (4-mm buildup, 2-mm buildup, and no buildup/endocrown) on the fatigue resistance and failure mode of endodontically treated molar teeth restored with lithium disilicate computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) complete crowns placed with self-adhesive cement.




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Methods and materials: Forty-five extracted molars were decoronated at the level of the cementoenamel junction and endodontically treated. Specimens received different Filtek Z100 adhesive core buildups (4-mm buildup; 2-mm buildup; and no buildup endocrown preparation) and were restored with Cerec 3 CAD/CAM lithium disilicate crowns (IPS e.max CAD). The intaglio surfaces of restorations (n=15) were conditioned by hydrofluoric acid etching and silane, and prepared teeth were treated with airborne-particle abrasion, followed by cementation with RelyX Unicem 2 Automix. Specimens were then subjected to cyclic isometric loading at 10 Hz, beginning with a load of 200 N (5000 cycles), followed by stages of 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, and 1400 N at a maximum of 30,000 cycles each. Specimens were loaded until failure or to a maximum of 185,000 cycles. The chewing cycle was simulated by an isometric contraction (load control) applied through a 10-mm in diameter composite resin sphere (Filtek Z100). Surviving specimens were axially loaded until failure or to a maximum load of 4500 N (crosshead speed 0.5 mm/min). The failure mode was assessed, and fractures were designated as catastrophic (tooth/root fracture that would require tooth extraction) or reparable (cohesive or cohesive/adhesive fracture of restoration only). Groups were compared using the life table survival analysis (log-rank test at p=0.05). Surviving specimens were loaded to failure and compared with one-way analysis of variance.


Results: The survival rates after the fatigue test were 100%, 93%, and 100% for 4-mm, 2-mm, and no buildup (endocrown), respectively and were not statistically different (only one specimen failed with a 2-mm buildup under a crown that cohesively fractured at 1,400 N). Postfatigue load to failure averaged 3181 N for 4-mm buildups (15 specimens), 3759 N for 2-mm buildups (12 specimens), and 3265 N for endocrowns (14 specimens). The 2-mm buildups were associated with higher loads to failure than endocrowns and 4-mm buildups, but no differences were found between 4-mm buildups and endocrowns (p


Conclusions: The buildup design influenced the performance of endodontically treated molars restored with lithium disilicate CAD/CAM complete crowns placed with self-adhesive resin cement. The 2-mm buildups were associated with higher loads to failure than the endocrown and the 4-mm buildup, but all restoration designs survived far beyond the normal range of masticatory forces.


If left untreated, excessive earwax may cause earwax impaction symptoms to worsen. These symptoms might include hearing loss, ear irritation, tinnitus and other issues. A buildup of earwax might also make it difficult to see into your ear, which may result in potential issues going undiagnosed.


Objectives: To evaluate the influence of adhesive core buildup designs-4-mm buildup, 2-mm buildup, and no buildup (endocrown)-on the fatigue resistance and failure mode of endodontically treated molar teeth restored with resin nanoceramic (RNC) CAD/CAM complete crowns placed with self-adhesive resin cement.


Methods and materials: Forty-five extracted molars were decoronated at the level of the cementoenamel junction, and the roots were endodontically treated. Specimens received different Filtek Z100 adhesive core buildups (4-mm buildup, 2-mm buildup, and no buildup, endocrown preparation) and were restored with Cerec 3 CAD/CAM RNC crowns (Lava Ultimate). Restorations (n=15) and prepared teeth were treated with airborne-particle abrasion, followed by cementation with RelyX Unicem 2 Automix. Specimens were then subjected to cyclic isometric loading at 10 Hz, beginning with a load of 200 N (for 5000 cycles), followed by stages of 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, and 1400 N at a maximum of 30,000 cycles each. Specimens were loaded until failure or to a maximum of 185,000 cycles (10-mm-diameter composite resin sphere antagonist). The failure mode was assessed: "catastrophic" (tooth/root fracture that would require tooth extraction), "possibly reparable" (cohesive/adhesive failure with fragment and minor damage, chip or crack, of underlying tooth structure), or "reparable" fracture (cohesive or cohesive/adhesive fracture of restoration only). Groups were compared using the life table survival analysis. Intact specimens were loaded to failure and compared with one-way analysis of variance.


Results: All specimens survived the fatigue test until the 800 N-step. The survival rates for 4-mm, 2-mm, and no buildup (endocrown) were 53%, 87%, and 87%, respectively, and were not statistically different even though crowns with 2-mm buildups only started to fail at 1200 N. Minor cohesive chips were detected in many samples despite having survived all 185,000 cycles. Postfatigue load-to-failure ranged from 2969 N with 4-mm buildup (eight specimens), 2794 N for 2-mm buildup (13 specimens), and 2606 N for endocrowns (13 specimens) and were also not statistically different. There were only two catastrophic failures during the fatigue test and small subgingival delamination fractures and cracks (only with 4-mm buildup). All specimens in the load-to-failure test exhibited nonrestorable catastrophic fractures.


Conclusions: There was no influence of the buildup design on the performance of endodontically treated molars restored with RNC CAD/CAM complete crowns placed with self-adhesive cement. All restoration designs survived the normal range of masticatory forces. Failure mode tended to be more favorable with the 2-mm buildup or no buildup (endocrown).


Styling products help you achieve certain looks and styles, but they also weigh down your hair. Elements in your water build up on your hair, and product resins build up on the buildup! It's a vicious cycle, but you can undo the goo!


But for some people, the dead skin cells do not shed fast enough, and this can lead to a buildup on your scalp. A buildup of dead skin cells will usually cause a lot of flakes to fall from your scalp.


Suitable for all hair types, bristle brushes are made from either natural (boar) or synthetic bristles that help distribute oils more evenly throughout your hair. This can also help reduce scalp buildup.


Stalled Ukraine-Russia peace talks and a recent Russian buildup of troops near the Ukrainian border are raising tensions in Europe and with the U.S. Kyiv and its Western partners should send Moscow a strong deterrence message while also proposing mutual de-escalatory measures.


The rapid buildup was not really part of the original strategy, Jones said. The U.S. advisors, including some 1,200 Green Berets, were there to buy time to train up the South Vietnamese, who would then carry the fight to the enemy on their own initiative.


Back home, not a lot of attention was being paid to the rapid buildup of U.S. forces, sometimes called the "Americanization" of South Vietnam, Jones said. Johnson's "Great Society" and civil rights legislation, as well as the space program were taking much of the spotlight.


As a tax expenditure that subsidizes life insurance, the exclusion of inside buildup is essentially the same as a $26 billion spending program. And like all tax expenditures, its cost-effectiveness toward its policy purpose deserves ongoing review.


Russia is continuing a slow but steady military buildup near its border with Ukraine. As new CSIS satellite imagery analysis shows, there has recently been a 17 percent increase in the number of military structures used for storage and billeting troops outside the Russian town of Yelnya, home of the 144th Guards Motorized Rifle Division (see Figure 1). CSIS analysis also shows a continuing surge of military equipment and personnel from the 41st Combined Arms Army, which is normally garrisoned over 2,000 miles away in Novosibirsk.


Tartar buildup occurs when the accumulated bacteria that grows on teeth hardens on the tooth surface. Tartar is typically found on the inner surface of the front teeth and the outer surface of the upper molars next to the cheeks. These are common areas because salivary duct openings continuously feed saliva (which includes calcium) into the mouth.


Only a dental professional can remove tartar buildup on your teeth. They will scale the teeth with instruments specifically designed for this purpose. These tools can be metal-tipped hand instruments or ultrasonic tools that use specific wavelengths to remove tartar. If it's been a while since you've visited your dental hygienist, scaling may take more than one visit. If the tartar on the tooth surface is deep below the gumline, you may need deep cleaning with local anesthesia to ensure your comfort.


The best way to prevent calcium buildup on teeth is to keep them clean by thoroughly brushing and cleaning between your teeth every day and having your teeth cleaned professionally at least twice a year. Some people build up tartar more quickly and need more frequent dental hygiene treatment, but following your dental hygienist's care plan will improve your oral health.


Brushing with toothpaste helps prevent plaque, gingivitis, tartar buildup, cavities, and bad breath. Faithful daily oral hygiene practices and regular visits to your dental professional will help minimize dental problems and keep your mouth healthy.


As the 1st Division was fighting in Sicily in July 1943, 53,000 American servicemen and women arrived in the United Kingdom, part of the major buildup of American troops and supplies there in preparation for the invasion of France. This buildup had begun in 1942 with the expectation of a cross-Channel action in 1943, but a lack of resources and a shift in strategy in the Mediterranean moved the Allied invasion of the continent to 1944. When the under-strength 1st Division arrived in Liverpool in November 1943, it accounted for fewer than 15,000 of the 173,860 Americans who arrived in the United Kingdom that month. By the end of December there were less than 800,000 US Army personnel in the United Kingdom. At the end of May 1944, that number would total over 1.5 million. 041b061a72


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