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Comparison of Cervical and Mid Coronal Dentine Using a Desensitizing Bioactive Glass Toothpaste: A Pilot Study
(SciMed Central, 2016-07-26)
Aim: The aim of the present studywas to compare the effect of a calcium sodium phosphosilicate (NovaMin®) desensitizing agent (a bioactive glass) on both cervical and mid coronal dentine sections using scanning electron ...
Apatite Glass-Ceramics: A Review
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 ...
Comparing the Air Abrasion Cutting Efficacy of Dentine Using a Fluoride-Containing Bioactive Glass versus an Alumina Abrasive: An In Vitro Study.
Air abrasion as a caries removal technique is less aggressive than conventional techniques and is compatible for use with adhesive restorative materials. Alumina, while being currently the most common abrasive used for ...