carbamide

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carbamide

[′kär·bə‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
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Effect of carbamide peroxide bleaching agents on the physical properties and chemical composition of enamel.
The test specimens of the experimental group were bleached with Carbamide peroxide gels at 10% or 21%, for 8 hours daily for a period of 2 weeks.
Carbamide peroxide 20% gel (Opalescence, Ultradent, USA) was inserted in each plastic cover and the crowns of the teeth were exposed to one daily application of the bleaching agents for two hours for fourteen consecutive days.
Sung et al (25) concluded that adhesive bond strength to dentin decreases with the prior application of a bleaching agent containing 10% carbamide peroxide, as they found out a correlation with the type of solvent used as a component of adhesive systems; in fact, they reported greater bonding loss in acetone-based adhesives compared to alcohol-based adhesives.
Because PearlBrite's 44% carbamide peroxide solution is the maximum strength available, the effect of the PearlBrite pen is visible immediately, unlike competing hydrogen peroxide-based whitening pens.
The effect of carbamide peroxide bleach on the tensile bond strength of ceramic brackets: an in vitro study.
Effect of Hydrogen peroxide activated by ultraviolet light and carbamide peroxide in teeth bleaching.
The tray is filled with a gel containing hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, which lightens your teeth by allowing oxygen to get into the tooth enamel.
Gateshead Trading Standards Service has written to every dentist and beauty salon in the borough after research shows that many products contain too much hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide.
Objective: The purpose of this 14-day parallel, double blind clinical trial was to evaluate the tooth whitening efficacy of a 9% hydrogen peroxide gel (Colgate Visible White) relative to a 20% carbamide peroxide gel (Opalescence) positive control.
Haywood (oral rehabilitation, School of Dentistry, Medical College of Georgia) offers clinicians and their patients a resource on the benefits and safety of using nightguard vital bleaching, a dentist- prescribed home whitening treatment using a 10% carbamide peroxide solution applied to a custom-fitted tray.