Studies on Fluoride Concentrations in Human Submandibular/Sublingual Saliva and their Relation to Flow Rate and Plasma Fluoride Levels
- How to make a good impression (crown and bridge). Millar, Brian // British Dental Journal;10/13/2001, Vol. 191 Issue 7, p402
Offers tips on how to achieve good dental impression. Preparation of the soft tissues; Selection of impression technique; Achievement of injection moulded method.
- Spectroscopic Studies on Human Saliva Parts I and II. MEYER, T. S.; LAMBERTS, B. L.; MAZZARELLA, M. A. // Journal of Dental Research;Jan1962, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p446
The article discusses the study of human saliva in dentistry and presents a spectroscopic method of studying saliva. Details are provided about the differences in infrared spectra of saliva in individuals with different dental caries experience. The researchers studied the spectra of dental...
- Crowns and other extra-coronal restorations: Impression materials and technique. Wassell, R.W.; Barker, D.; Walls, A.W.G. // British Dental Journal;6/22/2002, Vol. 192 Issue 12, p679
Discusses factors influencing the choice of dental impression materials. Elastomeric materials; Hydrocolloid impression materials; Putty-wash technique.
- Impressions are changing. Christensen, Gordon J. // Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Oct2009, Vol. 140 Issue 10, p1301
In this article the author reflects on the questions regarding the use of conventional or digital dental impression devices for crowns and fixed prostheses. He mentions that the additional changes on the concept of using digital dental impression has confused dentists. He explains that dentists...
- Elasticity of Elastomer Impression Materials: I. Measurement of Young's Modulus of Elasticity and of the Coefficient of Elasticity. KALOYANNIDES, THANOS M. // Journal of Dental Research;May1973, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p439
Young's modulus and the coefficient of elasticity were measured for all elastomer impression materials available in Greece. Silicone and polyether derivatives showed their best elastic properties immediately after mixing.
- THE ROLE OF COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY OF PAROTID STONES: A CASE REPORT. Mandel, Louis; Hatzis, Gregory // Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Apr2000, Vol. 131 Issue 4, p479
Describes a classic case of parotid stones sialadenitis secondary to a small lucent stone in Stensen's duct. Sensitivity of computerized tomography (CT) to minimal amounts of calcific salts; CT scan's ability to locate the stone and its position; Significance of CT in early diagnosis and...
- STUDIES ON SYNERESIS AND IMBIBITION IN REVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID. SWARTZ, MARJORIE L.; NORMAN, RICHARD D.; GILMORE, H. WILLIAM; PHILLIPS, RALPH W. // Journal of Dental Research;Jun1957, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p472
The article reports on syneresis and imbibition in reversible hydrocolloid. Reversible hydrocolloid is used as an impression material in constructing inlays, crowns, and partial dentures. A study was conducted where four commercial brands of hydrocolloid: Deelastic, Van Rossem, Dentocoll, and...
- TRADE NEWS. // British Dental Journal;7/8/2000, Vol. 189 Issue 1, p50
Presents dentistry equipments and supplies. Extracoronal slide attachment for fixed/removable restorations; Dental gloves; Dental handpiece; Disinfectants for a variety of dental impression materials.
- MAINTENANCE OF EQUILIBRIUM IN REVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOID IMPRESSIONS. JAMES, ALLISON G. // Journal of Dental Research;Apr1949, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p108
The article presents a study which examined the maintenance of equilibrium in reversible hydrocolloid impressions made with stock impression materials. The author looks at the maximum time interval between making dental impressions and pouring that still allows accuracy to be maintained. The use...