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Restorative dentistry Mind Map on GLASS IONOMER, created by aahughes on 10/22/2013.

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1 Contains fluoroaluminosilicate (fluoride releasing)
1.1 Adheres directly to enamel and dentine
1.2 Cariostatic properties from fluoride release
1.3 Brittle and poor resistance to abrasion
2 ADVANTAGES OF USING GI
2.1 Tooth coloured and translucent
2.2 Bonds directly to enamel and dentine no adhesion system required
2.3 Easy to mix and manipulate
2.4 Fluoride release
2.5 Can be resin modified to increase strength
3 DISADVANTAGES OF USING GI
3.1 Wear resistance and compressive strength less than composite
3.2 poor aesthetics for ant teeth
3.3 Finite working time - sets fast
4 CLINICAL INDICATIONS FOR USING GI
4.1 Abrasion and erosion cavities
4.2 Deciduous teeth
4.2.1 Class III + IV
4.3 Temps
4.4 ART, root caries, luting cement
5 CLINICAL INDICATIONS FOR RMGI
5.1 Lining, base, sandwich technique
6 CONTRAINDICATIONS OF USING GI
6.1 Class I, Class II - wear resistance and strength probs
6.2 Class III, IV unless no alternative
7 TUNNEL PREPERATIONS
7.1 Material is syringed into cavity to ensure that the base is filled
7.2 Then comp on top
7.3 ADVANTAGES - fluoride, no packing required, direct bonding, depth can be cured
8 TEMP RESTORATION
8.1 Strength to withstand some time in the mouth
8.2 direct bond
8.3 tooth coloured and easy to use
8.4 biocampatible
9 ATRAUMATIC RESTORATIVE TREATMENT (ART)
9.1 Used when restorative tech are not available or appropriate
9.2 ie underdeveloped countries or tx of anxious patients
9.3 Caries is excuvated by hand and GI is placed
10 ROOTCARIES
10.1 non load bearing areas
10.1.1 Fluoride release may be beneficial
10.2 Direct bond to dentine
11 RMGI
11.1 Lining or used as a base
11.2 has strength to withstand perm material
11.3 Can be placed over other medicaments eg calcium hydroxide
12 material not fully set for 24 hrs - final polishing 24 hrs after
12.1 Sens to moisture - place varnish or vaseline

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