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Testing particle-filled resins for partial crowns
21.07.2017 | News international

Testing particle-filled resins for partial crowns

Part I

Are you sure that CAD/CAM materials you use for single-tooth and partial-crown rebuilding procedures can stand the test of time?

The research included observation of more than 40 patients with partial-crown rebuilds of a resin CAD/CAM material after two years. Average success rate was reported to be beyond 85%. Still, dentists should be accurate with the adhesive bonding operations.

A-dec presents New LED Light
19.07.2017 | News international

A-dec presents New LED Light

A-dec 300 LED can provide the dentists with the cost-conscious instrument without losses in the characteristics or effectuality, expected from A-dec.

Pure light that unalters the original colors and tones play a pivotal role in the prosperous stomatological practice. A-dec LED can manufacture 5,000 Kelvins and CRI of 94 to fill the mouth cavity with light.

It is developed to lower the eye-fa

Perfect time to provide chairside CAD/CAM
17.07.2017 | News international

Perfect time to provide chairside CAD/CAM

Sooner or later, this question becomes a matter of near consequence to many dentists resorting to the digital restorations and using digital scanners. Obviously, patients would like to get a full restoration in one and single visit instead of multiple sessions.

Costs

Chairside CAD/CAM requires an intra-oral scanner to plan restoration, a mill and a sintering oven (if needed). You have to put

Risk of Viral Transmission in Dental Offices. Part II
07.07.2017 | News international

Risk of Viral Transmission in Dental Offices. Part II

Part II

You can read the "Risk of Viral Transmission in Dental Offices. Part I" here .

Case reports, seroprevalence and epidemiologic studies are the basement for viral transmission evidence.

HIV

Public Health Laboratory Service claims more than 300 reports of occupational acquiring HIV among medical workers all over the world. More than 100 cases have been confirmed. The conclusion i

Risk of Viral Transmission in Dental Offices
05.07.2017 | News international

Risk of Viral Transmission in Dental Offices

Part I

Case reports, seroprevalence and epidemiologic studies are the basement for viral transmission evidence.

Respiratory Viral Infection

Seroprevalence studies demonstrated a higher antibodies extension to influenza A and B viruses, adenovirus and respiratory syncytial. To avoid transmission of diseases to the wider public it is recommended to make an annual immunization of dental work

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