desensitizer


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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.
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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.
Seven days after the application of the Desensitizer in the patients within group A, 30.
G and H Brands is empowering men to regain control over their lives with Promescent[TM], a scientifically formulated desensitizer spray for men suffering from premature ejaculation.
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.
Most recently, the company has introduced Senzzzzz Away tooth desensitizer.
Some of them are very attractive to dental practitioners and also may have a glutaraldehyde added to its formula as a desensitizer.
The security strip desensitizer desensitizes books that the SelfCheck System has approved for lending, allowing them to pass through the library security system.
1-selling temporary dental cement, as well as denture repair products Repair-It and Reline-It; tooth desensitizer SenzAway; and Proxi-Plus, said to be the only interdental brush that has a bonus flosser on the opposite end.
One of the company's newest products, Senzzzzz Away, is a tooth desensitizer that offers relief from tooth sensitivity caused by cold, sweets and heat.
Senzzzzz Away is a tooth desensitizer that will offer instant relief from tooth sensitivity due to cold, sweets and heat.
Thus, the purpose of this study was to investigate the clinical efficacy of some desensitizer agents in reducing cervical dentin hypersensitivity over a 6month period.
NewCirc reports that there are features available on Fast Track not available on other self-checkout systems, such as an omnidirectional barcode reader that allows books and media to be placed in almost any position for scanning and a field-strength-control led security strip desensitizer so that a single process can be used for the checking out of books and videos.