sealant


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sealant

1. any substance, such as wax, used for sealing documents, bottles, etc.
2. any of a number of substances used for stopping leaks, waterproofing wood, etc.

sealant

Any material or device used to prevent the passage of liquid or gas across a joint or opening; a sealer.
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Results and Conclusions: BPA was detected in saliva of all subjects prior to sealant placement and ranged from 0.
UniBond's sealant includes a high level of fungicide in the silicone to help prevent mould forming so as long as you wipe clean on a regular basis, your bathroom should remain mould-free.
InstantGlaze sealant is a 100% silicone hot melt sealant that can be applied robotically using standard dispensing equipment and automated X-Y glazing tables.
Of these, 24 children had all 4 first permanent molars sealed, in 8 children the sealant was applied only on the mandibular molars, and in the remaining 8 children only the maxillary molars received the sealants.
USE: Interior Frame Sealant Piston, (available in white or brown) from pounds 3.
Key words: Pit and fissure sealant, 12 year-old, Cross-sectional study, Puerto Rico, Dental sealants prevalence
Radiographs are helpful prior to sealant placement to determine if interproximal decay is present.
Because the adhesive is only used on the edges, the pre-cured silicone sealant system creates its own artificial joint to handle the movement in these scenarios.
This solution slightly roughens it to help the sealant to stick to the tooth.
700 Industrial Grade Silicone Sealant is a caulking material that was used to coat directly over the dry, cracking PC cable jacketing.
In August 2017, Cochrane Oral Health announced an update to its review, "Pit and Fissure Sealants for Preventing Dental Decay in Permanent Teeth.
Polyurethane sealants are organic compounds formed by the reaction of a glycol with an isocyanate and used for sealing and waterproofing decks, wood flooring and trims.