March 5, 2020
University of Pennsylvania study also determines most effective polishing protocol
DMG America announced that a new study of dental restorative material polishability completed at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine is now available on its website.
The study, completed by Dr. Yin, Dr. Conejo and Dr. Blatz, evaluated the post-polishing surface roughness and the efficacy of polishing protocols of four dental materials, including the new LuxaCrown® semi-permanent crown and bridge material by DMG. The authors concluded that LuxaCrown’s surface roughness was statistically identical to that of the other three materials.
Access the study now.
Two polishing protocols were evaluated in the study:
• 2-step method:
• 3-step method:
The study concluded that the 3-step method was significantly more effective than the 2-step method.
Learn more about LuxaCrown the revolutionary semi-permanent crown and bridge material.
DMG manufactures and distributes market-leading restorative materials and preventive products that are internationally recognized for their quality and innovation. Known for breakthrough material technology, including flagship products Luxatemp® and LuxaCore Z Dual, the revolutionary Icon® resin infiltrant, and the new LuxaCrown® semi-permanent crown and bridge material, DMG is committed to helping the dental profession meet its materials needs through innovation, collaboration and dedication. For more information about DMG products, or to find a sales representative, please visit online at http://www.dmg-america.com, or call (800) 662-6383.
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