Reinforcement of All-Ceramic Dental Materials
Author(s): Taqwa Majid Abdul Hussian*, Ghassan Abdul Hamid Naji and Mohal Suhiel Saad
A prosthetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that replaces missing teeth with ?rt???c??? components made of various materials. Almost universally, unexpected dental structure loss, particularly anterior teeth, results in physical and functional d?f??cu?t?es and frequently psychological and social disorders. Ceramics were initially used as material for restoration in dentistry during the late 1700’s; owing to their ability to imitate the appearance of the normal teeth, since alexis duchateau's initial use of porcelain to create a complete denture in 1774, various dental porcelain compositions have been produced.