Dental erosive wear – a growing problem in the Nordic countries -

The data analysed in the study indicated both wide prevalence and high severity of dental erosion among adolescents. The authors stress the importance of information, early and effective diagnostics and implementation of prevention strategies.

Improved micro-tensile strength test reveals key to successful repair of restorations -

A more reliable and less time-consuming test method to evaluate the micro-tensile strength of the repair bond between old and new composites has recently been published. The improved test method is based on studies carried out previously at NIOM.

NIOM scientists develop new etching technique for zirconia ceramics – improves adhesion of resin cements -

NIOM scientists have developed a surface etching technique that improves adhesion between resin cement and zirconia. This new method called Melt Etching is based on melting of fluoride compounds, and can be readily adapted by dental technicians.

Standardization and patient safety – ensuring that dental materials are safe and effective -

When considering patient safety, the quality and adequate function of a material or device is given by its mechanical strength, chemical stability and biocompatibility. Standards allow for ease of trade, since the product or service is well described, so that the manufacturer and the consumer have a common understanding of its expected performance.

Nylon dentures may be a good alternative -

Polyamide, or nylon, is an alternative material for removable dentures. They do not release allergens and have acceptable water sorption. Nylon dentures are thus promising, although they still lack clinical documentation.

Essentials of dental bonding -

Learn the latest within dental adhesive techinques in a webinar we hope you will find both inspirational and useful. NIOM scientist Frode Staxrud, DDS shares with you his do’s and don’t’s of dental bonding procedures. As general practitioner working with patients on daily basis, Frode Staxrud’s main research interests concentrates on clinical dentistry; in particular phenomena concerning “Minimal […]

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