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carbamide

 [kahr-bam´īd]
carbamide peroxide a compound of urea and hydrogen peroxide used as a cerumen-softening agent, dental cleanser, bleaching agent, and antiinflammatory.

car·bam·ide

(kar'bă-mīd),
Obsolete term for urea.

carbamide

/car·ba·mide/ (kahr´bah-mīd) urea.
carbamide peroxide  a compound of urea and hydrogen peroxide used as a cerumen-softening agent, dental cleanser, bleaching agent, and antiinflammatory.

carbamide

(kär′bə-mīd′, kär-băm′ĭd)
n.
See urea.

carbamide

urea in anhydrous, lyophilized, sterile powder form; injected intravenously in dextrose or invert sugar solution to induce an osmotic diuresis in the treatment of cerebral edema and glaucoma. Now largely superseded by more effective agents.

carbamide peroxide
urea hydrogen peroxide; a ceruminolytic agent used in cleaning ear canals.
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Effect of carbamide peroxide bleaching agents on the physical properties and chemical composition of enamel.
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The effect of 10% carbamide peroxide bleaching material on microhardness of sound and demineralized enamel and dentin in situ.
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.
Shinohara et al (24) showed that the values of shear bond strength after whitening are time dependent, so they recommend waiting two weeks after teeth whitening to perform satisfactory adhesive restorations on enamel and dentin; these findings are similar to the ones reported by van der Vyver et al, (2) who describe the same phenomenon of decreased adhesive strength values when carbamide peroxide is applied and activated by light.
FosAgro launched a new facility of Carbamide with the capacity of 500 th tons annually
While most whiteners use hydrogen peroxide as their active ingredient, PearlBrite uses 44% carbamide peroxide, which is essentially hydrogen peroxide compounded with urea.
A double-blind randomized clinical trial of two carbamide peroxide tooth bleaching agents: 2-year follow-up.
Vital tooth bleaching, the act of using hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to whiten teeth, is the most commonly requested cosmetic dental procedure in the U.