finishing and polishing

finishing and polishing,

n the removal of excess restoration material from the margins and contours of a restoration, and polishing of the restoration.
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More than 70% of dentists have identified simplicity as one of the most important criteria to be met by a finishing and polishing system1.
What does simplicity exactly mean when it comes to finishing and polishing a composite restoration?
The proprietary, heavy-duty nonwoven abrasive provides consistent cleaning, finishing and polishing for a variety of materials including steel, brass and aluminum, as well as plastics and wood.
Proper finishing and polishing of dental restorative materials are critical clinical procedures and an essential requisite for a successful restoration [Health et al.
Residual surface roughness associated with improper finishing and polishing can result in imperfections of dental restorations and, therefore, clinical difficulties for both the dentist and the patient [Jefferies, 1998].
The aim of this paper is to review and discuss the literature of the last decade dealing with the effectiveness of several methods used for finishing and polishing adhesive restorative materials used in paediatric dentistry.
Finishing and polishing instruments used in dental practice.
Methods used to assess the effectiveness of finishing and polishing instruments.
profilometric analysis (mechanical or optical) in order to measure quantitatively specific values of the surface roughness of a restorative material after finishing and polishing procedures.
The use of EDM as a method to perform finishing and polishing operations will decrease with further development of high speed milling technology.
High speed machining (HSM) offers the possibility of cutting down on leadtime by reducing the effort needed for finishing and polishing operations.
nonwoven nylon abrasive-impregnated wheels used for finishing and polishing.