carbamide peroxide


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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.
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The efficiency of 10% carbamide peroxide gel on dental Enamel.
Some manufacturers claim that a hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent under these circumstances should bring about faster results than a carbamide peroxide formulation of similar concentration.
They indicated that bleaching with 10% carbamide peroxide might change dentin's abrasive wear, depending on erosive and abrasive challenges.
Effects of 3% sodium ascorbyl phosphate on the hardness and bond strength of human enamel bleached with 10% carbamide peroxide. Gen Dent.
Carbamide peroxide bleaching: effects on enamel surface hardness and bonding.
Biocosmetics, the makers of Yotuel Plus, won't say how much carbamide peroxide - the bleach used in Opalescence - their product.
Step B--for "Brightening"--has the patient fill dentist-provided trays with a whitening gel containing 16 percent carbamide peroxide (equal to 6 percent hydrogen peroxide).
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The aim of the present in vitro study was to evaluate the effect of 10% carbamide peroxide home bleaching gel on surface microhardness of nanohybrid composite resin restorations (IPS Empress Direct, Dentin A2 and BL shades, Ivoclar-Vivadent, AG, Schaan, Liechtenstein).
Brightening is done by Cavex Bite&White, a proven, effective and above all safe whiten- ing gel with 16% carbamide peroxide (equal to 6% hydrogen peroxide).
(7,12,13,22,23) Hydrogen peroxide was chosen in this study because it can penetrate into the enamel more efficiently than carbamide peroxide as a result of its lower molecular weight.