Repair or replace -

Repair is the best treatment for defective restorations, most dentists in Norway argue. In a questionnaire study from NIOM and University of Oslo, up to 90 % of the respondents favoured repair rather than replacement of the restoration.

En nordisk møteplass for materialkunnskap gjennom 45 år -

2017 har Norge formannskapet i Nordisk Ministerråd samtidig som det er 45 år siden NIOM ble etablert. Dette markeres med seminaret Forskning og pasientsikkerhet i 45 år.

New standards for digital impressions -

CAD/CAM and 3-D printing have arrived with full force in dentistry. NIOM is leading the work to secure standards for scanning accuracy.

New high sensitivity analytic instrument at NIOM -

NIOM has recently acquired a high sensitivity ultra-high performance liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (UHPLC-MS) instrument.

Toxicity of monomers -

The term “resin-based dental materials” refers to dental materials containing polymers, like composites, adhesives, cements and denture base material. Usually, these polymers are formed by in situ polymerization of methacrylate monomers.

NIOM brings you one step closer to product certification -

Closing the gap between product development and product certification is easy when you present an independent test report from NIOM.