Restorative materials for severely affected primary molars -

Reduced follow-ups and increased cost effectiveness were best obtained using preformed metal crowns (PMCs) in children with severely affected primary molars at high caries risk. This is the conclusion of a collaboration study between the City of Helsinki and NIOM.

NIOM adds Shore hardness and bond strength characterization to its test repertoire -

NIOM has added two new tests to their repertoire. The new test methods are the Shore hardness test for lining material, and the bond strength test for lining on denture base materials.

NIOM to present at Society of Toxicology 57th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo -

NIOM Senior Scientist Jan Tore Samuelsen is currently representing NIOM at the 57th Annual Meeting and at ToxExpo being held in San Antonio, Texas.   The meeting is taking place from March 11 to 15, 2018, The meeting and its exhibition bring together 350 toxicology-related companies and organisations with over 6800 attendees.   Samuelsen will […]

Nrf2 Signaling and Cytoprotection in Human Epithelial Airway Cells Exposed to HEMA -

Methacrylates are common constituents of resin-based biomaterials. These materials cure by polymerization of methacrylate monomers, but incomplete polymerization causes leakage and patient exposure to the electrophile monomers.

Holmenkollen symposium 2018 -

A short report from “Holmenkollen symposium 2018”.