The use of a Novel Bioactive Glass in Air Polishing for Subgingival Root Debridement
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Sultan Da: Centre Immuno-Biology & Regenerative Medicine, London, United Kingdom
Gillam Dg: Oral Bioengineering Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry QMUL, Institute of Dentistry, London, United Kingdom
Advances in Dentistry & Oral Health, 2019, vol. 11, issue 4, 136-142
To determine the abrasiveness of using a novel bioactive glass (BioMinâ„¢ F) in air polishing for subgingival root debridement by measuring dentine loss and compare this value to the reference powders. Furthermore, to confirm the tubular occlusion effect of air polishing with the bioactive glass using Scanning Electron Microscopy techniques.
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