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NIOM investigates: do modern dental materials release BPA? - These are the conclusions from a recent retrospective, practice-based study conducted by Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo and NIOM.
Vacant positions as visiting scientist at NIOM during 2019 - What are the strategies and methods you as a clinician can use to minimize or manage this problem og caries and other infectious diseases in the oral cavity? Attend this webinar and learn more about it!
Gold inlays are a good treatment option for posterior teeth - These are the conclusions from a recent retrospective, practice-based study conducted by Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo and NIOM.
NIOM at the annual meeting for The Scandinavian Society of Biomaterials, Gullmarsstrand April 25-27 - NIOM senior scientists Ellen Bruzell and Håkon Valen will participate at the Scandinavian Society of Biomaterials’ 11th annual meeting in Gullmarsstrand, Sweden April 25-27 (ScSB 2018).
”Stay Ahead” with NIOM at Årskurus and Scandefa 2018 - NIOM will represent with both participants at this year’s Årskursus and a stand at Scandefa 2018 in Copenhagen, April 12th to 14th.
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 […]
Holmenkollen symposium 2018 - A short report from "Holmenkollen symposium 2018".
Vasileios Kapralos returns to NIOM as UiO doctoral research fellow - Vasileios Kapralos returns to Norway. This time he is here to do a a four-year a doctoral research fellowship at the University of Oslo, with a supervisor at NIOM.
Visiting scientist Tarja Tanner summarizes her six months at NIOM - Tarja Tanner summarizes the six months she has spent at NIOM as a visiting scientist.

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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.
Lysherding – så enkelt og så vanskelig. - For kort herdetid kan føre til mangelfull herding (polymerisasjon) av komposittmaterialer. For lang herdetid kan øke risiko for varmeskade på oralt bløtvev og pulpa. Herdelampens lysstyrke (irradians) reduseres når avstanden øker mellom lysutgangen og materialflaten. For å opprettholde lysdosen som kreves for tilstrekkelig herding, må herdetiden økes. Kortere lysherdingstider enn omtrent 10 sekunder kan føre til utilstrekkelig herding av materialet.
Side effects of chemical compounds used in dental clinics - The work at a dental clinic implies getting in contact with different chemical substances, which may cause temporary or permanent injury to the staff, primarily allergic reactions, but also local irritation, carcinogenic or toxic effects. Dentists and dental assistants belong to the professional groups most frequently experiencing work-related eczema.

NEWSLETTERS

NIOM investigates: do modern dental materials release BPA? - These are the conclusions from a recent retrospective, practice-based study conducted by Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo and NIOM.
Vacant positions as visiting scientist at NIOM during 2019 - What are the strategies and methods you as a clinician can use to minimize or manage this problem og caries and other infectious diseases in the oral cavity? Attend this webinar and learn more about it!
Gold inlays are a good treatment option for posterior teeth - These are the conclusions from a recent retrospective, practice-based study conducted by Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo and NIOM.