Two main possibilities exist regarding systemic effects of dental porcelains
a) leaching of siliceous material with formation of colloidal silica and a silica granuloma at a distant site, and b) leaching of fluorescing agents, rare-earth pigments, opacifiers, and other ingredients, with possible adverse systemic effects.
Color stability of glazed and polished dental porcelains
Visual and instrumental colorimetric assessments of small color differences on trans- lucent dental porcelain
Ic]) of a Dental Porcelain
Determined by Fractographic Analysis, Dental Materials.
The topics include utilizing polarization-induced band bending for InGaN solar cell design, fabricating a titanium oxide nanobelt network for dye-sensitized solar cells, growing GaNAs alloys using molecular beam epitaxy with high arsenic content for potential photoanode applications in producing hydrogen, hydrogen-related defects in bulk ZnO, the surface modification of photoanodes based on tungsten oxide for solar-powered hydrogen production, polymer-titania composites for the photocatalysis of organics in aqueous environments, and the effect of modified titanium dioxide on the rheological behavior of dental porcelain
slurries for rapid prototyping.
Alternatively termed dental veneers or dental porcelain
laminates, some dentists have cut down teeth to make them, then bond them onto the front side of teeth to create a cosmetic improvement.
2005) Rheological and extrusion behaviour of dental porcelain
slurries for rapid prototyping applications, Materials Science and Engineering A, 397, (April 2005) 314-321, ISSN 0921 5093