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desensitizer

[dē′sen·sə‚tīz·ər]
(graphic arts)
A substance whose main ingredient is a gum and is used for rendering the nonimage portions of a lithographic plate nonreceptive to ink.
A chemical used in photography to decrease the color sensitivity of a photographic emulsion.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(6,8,13) However, a limited amount of data on the efficacy of desensitizers is available in the literature, especially for long-term assessments of at least 6-months follow-up.
We are hoping to work with the vendor to customize some of the settings, such as increasing the lag time before the desensitizer does a scan, modifying the volume of the voice recording, and changing the video prompts so that instructions are easier to follow.
Closing of dentinal tubules by Gluma desensitizer. Eur J Oral Sci.
Majestic Drug offers SenzAway, a tooth desensitizer that is designed to work instantly and last for at least three months with just one application.
Called Senzzzzzz Away, the product is a tooth desensitizer that is designed to provide instant relief from tooth pain caused by cold, sweets and heat.
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To combat this issue, Majestic Drug has recently released SenzAway, a tooth desensitizer that works instantly to eliminate tooth sensitivity for at least three months, according to company officials.
Majestic was the first to market an instant desensitizer when it launched SenzAway last year, he adds, and other instant desensitizers have since been introduced.