ch 6 key words dental mat.

  1. tooth-colored materials that can be place directly into the cavity preparation without being constructed outside of the mouth first
    direct-placement esthetic materials
  2. tooth=colored material composed of an organic resin matrix and inorganic filler particles
    composite resin
  3. thick liquids made up of two or more organic molecules that form a matrix around filler particles
    organic resin (polymer) matrix
  4. fine particles fo quartz, silica, or glass that give strength and wear resistance to the material
    inorganic (silica) filler particles
  5. a chemical that helps bind the filler particles to the organic matrix
    silane coupling agent
  6. coloring agents that give composites their color
  7. composite that polymerizes by a chemical reaction when two resins are mixed together
    self-cured composite
  8. composite that polymerizes when a chemical is activated by light in the blue wave range
    light-cured composite
  9. composite that contains components of light-cured and self-cured composites. when the two parts are mixed together, it polymerizes by a chemical rxn that can be accelerated by blue light activation
    dual-cured composite
  10. an early generation of composite that contained filler particles ranging from 10 to 100 um
    MACROfilled composite
  11. composite that contains very small filler particles averaging .04 um in diameter
    MICROfilled composite
  12. composite that contains both macrofill and microfill particles to obtain the strength of a macrofill and the polishability of a microfill
    hybrid composite
  13. a light-cured, low viscosity composite resin that contains fewer filler particles
    flowable composite
  14. a light-cured highly viscous, heavily filled composite resin for dentists who use a placement technique with composite that is similar to that of amalgam
    packable composite
  15. a self-cured, tooth-colored, fl2-releasing restorative material that bonds to tooth structure without an additional bonding agent
    glass ionomer cements
  16. a glass ionomer to which resin has been added to improve its physical properties
    hybrid (resin-modified) glass ionomer
  17. composite resin that has polyacid, fl2-releasing groups added
  18. tooth-colored materials that are used to construct restorations outside of the mouth in the dental lab or at chairside on replicas of prepared teeth. they are later cemented to teeth
    indirect-placement esthetic materials
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