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Synonyms for abrasion

Synonyms for abrasion

an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off

the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice

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This study concluded that the surface preparation of the indirect composite resin with air abrasion and Nd: YAG laser resulted in a significant increase in the repair bond strength with air abrasion being more effective.
It can improve the bond strength compared to air abrasion pretreatment.
Bond Strength of Resin Cement to Yttrium - Stabilized Tetragonal Zirconia Ceramic Treated with Air Abrasion, Silica Coating, and Laser lrradiation.
The open-graded asphalt skeletons were tested for density and void analysis in accordance to ASTM D2726-96 Standard Test Method for Bulk Specific Gravity and Density of Non-Absorptive Compacted Bituminous Mixtures, indirect tensile stiffness modulus in accordance to ASTM D412382 (Reapproved (1995) Standard Test Method for Indirect Tension Test for Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures, compressive strength test in accordance to ASTM C-39-03 Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Cylindrical Concrete Specimens and air abrasion loss test in accordance to ASTM C131-96 Standard Test Method for Resistance to Degradation of Small-Size Coarse Aggregate by Abrasion and Impact in the Los Angeles Machine.
Groups Surface Treatments Repair and mechanical assay methodology G1 (PSA) 37% phosphoric acid + A: Repair after 24 h and silane + adhesive assay after 24 h G2 (PA) 37% phosphoric acid + B: Repair after 24 h and adhesive assay after aging G3 (DPSA) Diamond bur + 37% C: Repair after aging and phosphoric acid + silane + assay after 24 h adhesive D: Repair after aging and G4 (DPA) Diamond bur + 37% assay after aging phosphoric acid + adhesive G5 (APSA) Air abrasion with [Al.
Air abrasion utilizes kinetic energy from alumina particles entered in high velocity stream of air to remove tooth structure.
Effect of air abrasion and acid etching on sealant retention: an in vitro study.
Papers following cover bacterial and enzymatic tests, diagnosis of caries (in initial clinical examinations, radiographic imaging and fluorescence methods), assessing caries risk, ozone, remineralization, sealants, cavity preparation (including prevention of iatrogenic damage, sonic techniques, air abrasion and bioactive gases, chemomechanical treatment, lasers, and polymer cutting instruments), managing exposed dentine and pulp, selecting and using restorative materials, restoring in clinical settings, working with the aging patient, and upcoming techniques and strategies for minimally-invasive treatments and care.
a worldwide manufacturer of dental equipment and ancillary products, for use of AMT's patented air abrasion and hydro abrasion technologies.
It briefly includes lasers, air abrasion, and ozone technology in management of caries.
New techniques such as air abrasion (a drill-free method which sandblasts diseased teeth and seals the fissure, leaving no visible trace) can save you from costly, ugly fillings - as long as you stop the rot early enough.
For some procedures, technological advances such as air abrasion are reducing the need for anesthetics altogether.
Its offers equipment such as abrasive, air abrasion, air polishing, dust confinement, C-saw, micro etching and tin plating equipment, as well as dental materials.