NEWSLETTERS

How healthy were the Vikings’ teeth?- Though extensive research has been performed on Viking settlements, few have been from an odontological point of view. Finally, this is changing.
Meet NIOM at CED-IADR in Madrid on September 19th- NIOM scientist Aida Mulic is among the lecturers behind the symposium “Dental erosion – the new toothache.” Meet her and our CEO, Professor Jon E. Dahl, after the event.
Update your technical documentation before MDR- 3D-printers open up exciting new fields of research, treatment and testing. This makes one a natural acquisition for NIOM’s instrument park. Read more about which printer we chose, and why.
Statens eierberetning 2018- NIOM is a state-owned limited company where the Ministry of Health and Care Services holds 49 % of the shares. Each year the state issues an ownership report that provides an overview of the State’s ownership and how the companies have developed. It is intended to increase knowledge about both the ministries’ administration of the […]
Doctoral dissertation in Aarhus- On Friday June 28, NIOM’s CEO, prof. Jon E. Dahl acted as public opponent when PhD candidate Yasser Haddadi defended his doctoral dissertation in Aarhus, Denmark. The dissertation is titled: “Intra-oral scanning in fixed prosthodontics – Laboratory and clinical comparative studies.” The study Dr. Haddadi’s study centered on the accuracy of eight different intra-oral scanners, […]
NIOM wish you all a great summer- As the Scandinavian summer month July approaches, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our research collages, customers and business relations a great summer.
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.

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Influence of Fibrinogen on Staphylococcus epidermidis Adhesion Can Be Reversed by Tuning Surface Nanotopography- Surface modifications in the nanoscale regime have shown promising potential in the combat against bacterial adhesion and colonization of surfaces. However, detailed knowledge of how the bacteria–substrate interactions occur is still limited.
Establishing a macrophage model with relevance for oral methacrylate monomer exposures: Attenuated Staphylococcus aureus-induced cytokine release from human macrophages- Leakage of unpolymerized methacrylate monomers after placement of methacrylate-containing polymeric dental materials leads to human exposure. Based on studies using murine macrophages and LPS from Escherichia coli (E. coli), dental monomers like 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA) are known to inhibit lipopolysaccharide (LPS) induced cytokine release.
The frequency of enamel and dentin caries lesions among elderly Norwegians- The article describe the distribution of enamel-, dentin-, root- and secondary caries within an elderly population in Northern-Norway.

NEWSLETTERS

How healthy were the Vikings’ teeth?- Though extensive research has been performed on Viking settlements, few have been from an odontological point of view. Finally, this is changing.
Meet NIOM at CED-IADR in Madrid on September 19th- NIOM scientist Aida Mulic is among the lecturers behind the symposium “Dental erosion – the new toothache.” Meet her and our CEO, Professor Jon E. Dahl, after the event.
Update your technical documentation before MDR- 3D-printers open up exciting new fields of research, treatment and testing. This makes one a natural acquisition for NIOM’s instrument park. Read more about which printer we chose, and why.