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Development of a novel bioactive glass for air-abrasion to selectively remove orthodontic adhesives.
OBJECTIVES: To develop a novel, bioactive glass for removing residual orthodontic adhesive via air-abrasion, following bracket debonding, and to evaluate its effectiveness against a proprietary bioactive glass 45S5(Sylc™ ...
Fluoride containing bioactive glass composite for orthodontic adhesives - Apatite formation properties.
OBJECTIVES: Dental materials that can form apatite offer the potential to not only prevent demineralisation but enhance remineralisation of the enamel. The objective of this study was to investigate the ability of a novel ...
Sodium Is Not Essential for High Bioactivity of Glasses.
This study aims to demonstrate that excellent bioactivity of glass can be achieved without the presence of an alkali metal component in glass composition. In vitro bioactivity of two sodium-free glasses based on the ...