Long Term Fatigue Behavior of Zirconia Based Dental Ceramics
AbstractThis study evaluated the influence of cyclic loading on zirconia bar-shaped specimens after being subjected to three different surface treatments: particle abrasion with either 50 μm or 110 μm alumina and grinding with diamond points, while polished specimens served as a control. Statistical analysis revealed significant reduction (38-67%) in flexure strength (P < 0.001) after three million cycles of dynamic loading for all surface treatments. Scanning electron imaging revealed grain boundary thickening, grain pull-out, and micro-cracking as the main structural defects. The results suggest that various surface treatments of zirconia based dental ceramics may significantly influence their long term fatigue resistance in the oral environment. View Full-Text
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Aboushelib, M.N. Long Term Fatigue Behavior of Zirconia Based Dental Ceramics. Materials 2010, 3, 2975-2985.
Aboushelib MN. Long Term Fatigue Behavior of Zirconia Based Dental Ceramics. Materials. 2010; 3(5):2975-2985.Chicago/Turabian Style
Aboushelib, Moustafa N. 2010. "Long Term Fatigue Behavior of Zirconia Based Dental Ceramics." Materials 3, no. 5: 2975-2985.