A Clinical Guide to Applied Dental Materials

A Clinical Guide to Applied Dental Materials

By Stephen J. Bonsor, BDS(Hons) MSc FHEA, General Dental Practitioner, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK; Honorary Clinical Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; and formerly Honorary Clinical Teacher, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland, UK and Gavin Pearson, PhD BDS LDS, Late Professor of Biomaterials in Relation to Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK


Section 1 - General Principles

Chapter 1.1 Dental Materials in the Oral Environment

Chapter 1.2 Clinical manipulation of materials

Chapter 1.3 Biological Effects and Safety Aspects of Dental Materials

Chapter 1.4 The Role of the Manufacturer

Chapter 1.5 Control and Use of Materials in Practice

Section 2 - Direct Dental Materials

Chapter 2.1 Dental Amalgam

The Tooth Coloured Restorative Materials

Chapter 2.2 Resin Based Composites

Chapter 2.3 Compomers

Chapter 2.4 Glass Ionomer Cements

Chapter 2.5 Resin Modified Glass Ionomer cements

Chapter 2.6 Bonding Systems

Chapter 2.7 Other Dental Cements

Chapter 2.8 Materials Used In Endodontics

Section 3 - Materials used with Indirect Techniques

Chapter 3.1 Materials used in Temporisation

Chapter 3.2 Impression materials

Chapter 3.3 Waxes and Occlusal Registration Materials

Section 4 - Other Surgery Materials

Chapter 4.1 Preventive and Periodontal Materials, Implants and Biomaterials

Chapter 4.2 Dental Bleaching Systems

Chapter 4.3 Cutting Instruments

Section 5 - Laboratory Materials

Chapter 5.1 Model and Investment Materials

Chapter 5.2 Alloys used in dentistry

Chapter 5.3 Dental Ceramics

Chapter 5.4 Polymers in Prosthodontics