glass ionomer

glass ionomer

[‚glas ī′än·ə·mər]
(medicine)
The only dental restorative material that forms a durable chemical bond to dentin; it is formed by the reaction of aluminosilicate glass with polyacrylic acid.
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At the meeting, I brought greetings to the House of Delegates, informing them of happenings in the district that included CO considering having dental hygienists place glass ionomer restorations in teeth with deep caries until the patient had the opportunity to see a dentist.
Detailed coverage of such product categories as drug-eluting stents (DES), drug-eluting beads (DEB), antimicrobial catheters, antibiotic-loaded bone cements, glass ionomer cements, bone graft substitutes, antibacterial-releasing dental restorative materials, biologic wound care products such as collagen-based dressings as therapeutic agents for wound healing, drug-device combination products for ocular applications, and photodynamic therapy.
Examples included Male as "1"; Female as "2"; Amalgam as "1"; Composite as "2"; Glass Ionomer as "3.
For instance, Elsaka et al experiments can be mentioned that tested the antibacterial feature of photo optical glass ionomer containing various amounts of Ti[O.
Glass ionomer cements (GICs) are the most popular dental cements due to their adhesive nature and fluoride releasing property [1].
For ossicular reconstruction, we used tragal cartilage between the incus and the stapes in 1 patient; in the other 3 patients, glass ionomer bone cement was used (an interposition cartilage graft also was used in the patients who received the glass ionomer bone cement).
Reinforced Glass Ionomer Cement (high strength) (GC Fuji II, GC corporation, Tokyo, Japan), Grape seed extract (Falcon international- Bangalore, India) and GC Tooth Mousse -Recaldent (GC corporation, Tokyo, Japan), were used as the test materials.
16) The Activ GP System uses a gutta-percha master cone that has been coated and impregnated with glass ionomer particles.
Thirty-one chapters--including a new one on endonic materials-- cover topics including: gypsum products for dental casts, waxes, metals and alloys, ceramics and porcelain fused to metal, synthetic polymers, denture lining materials, impression materials, dental amalgam, resin-based filling materials, glass ionomer restorative materials, temporary crown and bridge resins, and cements based on phosphoric acid, among others.
Glass ionomer cement is a mixture of glass and organic acid that are chemically set through an acid-base reaction.
Intracoronal sealing comparison of mineral trioxide aggregate and glass ionomer.