In the present study the Authors, using the Scanning Electron Microscope (magnification max. = 1.500 X), compare the finishing of gold-porcelain crown's surfaces clinically obtainable, after finishing by diamond points, with the polishing realized by means of glazing laboratory procedures. The survey demonstrates a great difference between the two techniques, showing large furrows on the surfaces when polished using silicon rubber points while they were perfectly smooth when glazed in laboratory.

[Occlusal adjustment and crown finishing in gold-ceramics] / E. Romeo, L. Bardelli, A. Marchesi, L. Francetti. - In: PREVENZIONE & ASSISTENZA DENTALE. - ISSN 0393-9960. - 17:1(1991 Feb), pp. 26-29.

[Occlusal adjustment and crown finishing in gold-ceramics]

E. Romeo;L. Francetti
1991-02

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In the present study the Authors, using the Scanning Electron Microscope (magnification max. = 1.500 X), compare the finishing of gold-porcelain crown's surfaces clinically obtainable, after finishing by diamond points, with the polishing realized by means of glazing laboratory procedures. The survey demonstrates a great difference between the two techniques, showing large furrows on the surfaces when polished using silicon rubber points while they were perfectly smooth when glazed in laboratory.
Dental Polishing; Gold Alloys; Crowns; Dental Porcelain; Dental Occlusion, Balanced; Silicone Elastomers; Microscopy, Electron, Scanning
Settore MED/28 - Malattie Odontostomatologiche
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