carbamide

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the chief solid component of mammalian urine

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Both the above mentioned studies used nano filled composites, 35-36% carbamide peroxide and 35-38% hydrogen peroxide as bleaching agents.
The effect of 10% carbamide peroxide bleaching material on microhardness of sound and demineralized enamel and dentin in situ.
Bleaching agent used were Carbamide peroxide 10% {Opalescence} and Carbamide peroxide 21% (d-tech) (4)
Application of bioactive glass or n-HAP in conjunction with carbamide peroxide bleaching has been investigated in very few recent studies [7, 21].
The effects of seven carbamide peroxide bleaching agents on enamel microhardness over time.
Shinohara et al (24) showed that the values of shear bond strength after whitening are time dependent, so they recommend waiting two weeks after teeth whitening to perform satisfactory adhesive restorations on enamel and dentin; these findings are similar to the ones reported by van der Vyver et al, (2) who describe the same phenomenon of decreased adhesive strength values when carbamide peroxide is applied and activated by light.
According to the company, urea allows carbamide peroxide to break down more slowly, giving it a longer shelf life of one to two years, compared with hydrogen peroxide, which has a shelf life of only one to two months.
A double-blind randomized clinical trial of two carbamide peroxide tooth bleaching agents: 2-year follow-up.
Clinical evaluation of 15% carbamide peroxide on the surface microhardness and shear bond strength of human enamel.
Current tooth bleaching materials are based primarily on either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.
The product is based on a disposable and thus hygienic mouthpiece which is pre-loaded with the whitening agent, carbamide peroxide, a statement said.
Most of the products have hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide (hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient).
Radicular peroxide penetration form carbamide peroxide gels during intracoronal bleaching.
The gel was applied and a blue light was used to convert the carbamide peroxide into hydrogen peroxide.
Keeping Mack's Wax Away eardrops may also be a good idea because the active ingredient, carbamide peroxide, was ideal for dissolving wax in the outer ear.