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By Laura Mitchell

ISBN-10: 0192631845

ISBN-13: 9780192631848

This ebook offers a concise, yet complete, advent to scientific orthodontics. it's designed to entice either undergraduate dental scholars and the practicing dentist, and it really is either easy-to-read and completely illustrated.

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Coarse equiaxed (1980) Bimodal 843°C-2h-ArQ Axial fatigue, 30 Hz, Af = 107 Soltesz et al. 1016°C-l h STA (1985) CST 5 7 jS-anneal (1030°C/FC to 800°C/AC)I Rotating cantilever, JV = 10 Stubbington OL/P reduction (worked 65O-8OO°C/ and Bowen (1974) annealed 700 °C) Wrought Rotating bending, 50 Hz, JV= 107 Yue et al. A. PM: powder metallurgy; ArQ: argon quench; FC: furnace cool; WQ: water quench; SC: slow cool. lb 50 2 Materials for Bone and Joint Replacement tainable via other thermal cycling techniques (Table 2-7).

This decreased pain and restored joint functionality to patients for extended periods of time. , 1971). Historically, the development of joint replacements has been one of attempting to obtain better interfacial bonding and stress transfer among the various components, within the constraints of material selection and design. Interfacial integrity depends upon a combination of factors. , 1981). An engineering analysis of total joint replacements is therefore extremely complex and highly interdisciplinary, involving materials, mechanical, chemical, surface science, environmental and biological aspects.

However, larger amounts of metals usually cannot be tolerated. Minimizing mechanical and chemical breakdown of implant materials is therefore a primary objective. The first part of this review of metals focuses on the physical metallurgy of the different metals used in joint replacement surgery. The second part relates the effects of microstructure to the various physical and mechanical properties important to the success of joint replacements. 1 Stainless Steels The most widely used stainless steel for medical and dental applications is type 316L stainless steel (ASTM F55, 1982; ASTM F138, 1986).

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