NEWSLETTERS

Snus dangers – and how to help- New research shows that the easiest way to help and encourage patients to stop using snus is underutilized.
New tooth wear simulation device- NIOM’s new mechanical masticator performs wear simulation of oral conditions.
Snus dangers – and how to help- New research shows that the easiest way to help and encourage patients to stop using snus is underutilized.
Great ceremony at doctoral examination in Turku- John Tibballs, senior scientist at NIOM, acted as public opponent at the final doctoral examination for Mr. Durgesh Bangalore Huchaiah.
Webinar: Minimal intervention dentistry- In our next webinar, you will learn about minimal intervention dentistry. The principle is to preserve as much of the natural tooth structure as possible.
NIOM welcomes visiting scientists- Every year we welcome several visiting scientists to NIOM in Oslo. Most come from Scandinavia, and several are return guests.
Vacant positions as visiting scientist at NIOM during 2020- Positions as visiting scientist in the field of dental and medical biomaterials research are offered at the Nordic Institute of Dental Materials, NIOM, in Oslo, Norway.
Staying ahead with 3DP- Our recent procurement, the Asiga MAX UV 3D printer, adds speed and predictability to our production of test specimens
Scientist returns to NIOM- NIOM is pleased to announce the return of Simen E. Kopperud, as Senior Scientist, after a two years absence

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Comparison of sandblasted, ground and melt-etched zirconia crowns regarding adhesion strength to resin cement- The aim is to compare the adhesion between zirconia and cements attained with melt-etching with potassium hydrogen difluoride, KHF2, with that found when such traditional surface treatments as sandblasting and ceramic stone grinding are employed.
Treatment decisions regarding caries and dental developmental defects in children a questionnaire-based study among Norwegian dentists- When dentists are treating children with dental caries or DDDs, they must decide the most appropriate treatment in each case. The results of the present study showed a notable disparity between clinician’s treatment choices. In summary, the clinicians based their treatment choice mostly on patient cooperation, prognosis of the tooth and own experience. The results indicate that Norwegian dentists in PDS evaluate each case individually and base their decisions on what they consider is the best for the individual child.
An update on erosive tooth wear – prevalence, registration, etiology, genetic and treatment principles- There is no standard treatment for damages caused by erosive tooth wear, and choice of treatment strategy should be determined on individual basis with emphasis on the minimal invasive intervention.

NEWSLETTERS

Snus dangers – and how to help- New research shows that the easiest way to help and encourage patients to stop using snus is underutilized.
New tooth wear simulation device- NIOM’s new mechanical masticator performs wear simulation of oral conditions.
Snus dangers – and how to help- New research shows that the easiest way to help and encourage patients to stop using snus is underutilized.