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Intraoral Air Abrasion: A Review of Devices, Materials, Evidence, and Clinical Applications in Restorative Dentistry.
Huang CT, et al. Compend Contin Educ Dent 2019 - Review. PMID 31478697
Intraoral air abrasion is a technique in which abrasive particles are used to remove or alter tooth structure. Intraoral air-abrasion devices are available as standalone units that offer a variety of customization, such as modifications to air pressure, particle flow rate, and water flow rate, or as attachments to a dental unit, allowing for a smaller footprint in the operatory. Some devices used for intraoral air abrasion are able to limit excess particle spray through utilization of a shroud of water. ...
Intraoral air abrasion is a technique in which abrasive particles are used to remove or alter tooth structure. Intraoral ai
The effect of air-abrasion on the susceptibility of sound enamel to acid challenge.
Johnson King O, et al. J Dent 2016. PMID 26808159
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of air-abrasion using three abrasive powders, on the susceptibility of sound enamel to an acid challenge. METHODS: 40 human enamel samples were flattened, polished and assigned to 4 experimental groups (n=10); a: alumina air-abrasion, b: sodium bicarbonate air-abrasion, c: bioactive glass (BAG) air-abrasion and d: no surface treatment (control). ...
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of air-abrasion using three abrasive powders, on the susceptibility of sound enamel to an ac …
Development of a novel bioactive glass for air-abrasion to selectively remove orthodontic adhesives.
Taha AA, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2018. PMID 29185145 Free PMC article.
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™)-air-abrasion, and a slow-speed tungsten carbide (TC) bur. ...Sixty extracted human premolars were randomly assigned to adhesive removal using: (a) QMAT3-air-abrasion, (b) 45S5(Sylc™)-air-abrasion, and (c) TC bur, which were further subdivided (n = 10) based on the adhesive used (Transbond XT™ or Fuji Ortho LC™). ...
OBJECTIVES: To develop a novel, bioactive glass for removing residual orthodontic adhesive via air-abrasion, following bracket …
Enamel Remineralization with Novel Bioactive Glass Air Abrasion.
Taha AA, et al. J Dent Res 2018. PMID 30081719
The remineralization potential of a novel fluoride-containing bioactive glass (QMAT3) propelled via an air abrasion system was compared with Sylc glass and artificial saliva on artificially induced WSLs. ...
The remineralization potential of a novel fluoride-containing bioactive glass (QMAT3) propelled via an air abrasion system was …
Influence of Particle and Air-Abrasion Moment on Y-TZP Surface Characterization and Bond Strength.
Martins SB, et al. J Prosthodont 2019. PMID 29235196
The interaction particle size/air-abrasion moment determined the morphological pattern. Silicon was observed only in the Rocatec groups. ...The particle composition played an important role in the wettability and both studied air-abrasion moments provided similar wettability than the one in which air-abrasion is usually performed. ...
The interaction particle size/air-abrasion moment determined the morphological pattern. Silicon was observed only in the Rocat …
[The application of air abrasion in dentistry].
Mandinić Z, et al. Srp Arh Celok Lek 2014. PMID 24684041 Serbian. Free article.
Air abrasion is a minimally invasive nonmechanical technique of tooth preparation that uses kinetic energy to remove carious tooth structure. ...Reported advantages of air abrasion include reduced noise, vibration and sensitivity. Air abrasion cavity preparations have more rounded internal contours than those prepared with straight burs. ...
Air abrasion is a minimally invasive nonmechanical technique of tooth preparation that uses kinetic energy to remove carious t
Bonding of composite resins to PEEK: the influence of adhesive systems and air-abrasion parameters.
Stawarczyk B, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2018. PMID 28647864 Free article.
METHODS: Four hundred PEEK specimens were fabricated and allocated to the following air-abrasion methods (n (1) = 80/pretreatment): (i) 50 μm Al(2)O(3) (0.05 MPa); (ii) 50 μm Al(2)O(3) (0.35 MPa); (iii) 110 μm Al(2)O(3) (0.05 MPa); (iv) 110 μm Al(2)O(3) (0.35 MPa); and (v) Rocatec 110 μm (0.28 MPa). ...RESULTS: The major impact on TBS showed the conditioning, followed by the air-abrasion-pressure, while the grain size of the air-abrasion powder did not show any effect. ...
METHODS: Four hundred PEEK specimens were fabricated and allocated to the following air-abrasion methods (n (1) = 80/pretreatm …
Effect of Resin Luting Systems and Alumina Particle Air Abrasion on Bond Strength to Zirconia.
Grasel R, et al. Oper Dent 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29676972
Alumina air abrasion (Al) promoted higher bond values for the three luting systems, except for SU, which showed the best results without air abrasion, while with air abrasion, Al-SU, Al-ZP, and Al-MB presented higher values compared to Al-AP. We concluded that the alumina air abrasion of zirconia surfaces seemed to be dispensable for the SU group, while air abrasion (topographical alterations) enhanced the adhesion of the ZP, MB, and AP groups....
Alumina air abrasion (Al) promoted higher bond values for the three luting systems, except for SU, which showed the best resul …
Air abrasion before and/or after zirconia sintering: surface characterization, flexural strength, and resin cement bond strength.
Abi-Rached FO, et al. Oper Dent 2015. PMID 25535785
The rougher surface provided by the air-abrasion before zirconia sintering may have impaired the bonding with the resin cement. ...Air abrasion, regardless of its performance order, provides tetragonal to monoclinic transformation, while sintering tends to zero the monoclinic phase content....
The rougher surface provided by the air-abrasion before zirconia sintering may have impaired the bonding with the resin cement …
Bonding to new CAD/CAM resin composites: influence of air abrasion and conditioning agents as pretreatment strategy.
Reymus M, et al. Clin Oral Investig 2019. PMID 29704137
For each combination of the levels of the three treatment factors (4 (materials) × 2 (air abrasion vs. no air abrasion; resin) × 2 (primer vs. silane primer)), n = 15, specimens were prepared. ...Within the Shofu Block HC group, all specimens without air abrasion and pretreatment with a silane primer debonded during the aging procedure. ...
For each combination of the levels of the three treatment factors (4 (materials) × 2 (air abrasion vs. no air abrasi
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