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byproduct of the rice industry; the material removed from the rice grain. Its quality varies depending on whether hulls are included; without them it is a high-protein supplement. With them it is largely fiber.
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Many dental offices provide routine, traditional dental polishing as part of the dental prophylaxis.
Many studies have demonstrated that polishing procedures and materials can abrade enamel, cementum and dentin.
Variation in methods and materials include in vivo versus in vitro experiments, bovine versus human specimens, number of specimen, exposure time, pressure, revolutions per minute and abrasivity of polishing agents.
9,10,13-15) The most probable explanation for the use of chemical assays is the ability to obtain the most accurate measurement for small values, since all these methods used few polishing repetitions on enamel.
11) Biller et al noted differences in polishing abrasion between human and bovine teeth, finding bovine teeth to be more susceptible to abrasion.
Polishing procedures were used as a method of fluoride delivery.
15) They earlier determined that 2,500 rpm, 150 g pressure and 5 second duration were realistic polishing parameters.
For patients receiving 2 dental prophylaxes a year beginning at age 5 and continuing until age 80, we could expect a total of 150 polishing procedures.
The clinical relevance of polishing abrasion is directly related to enamel thickness.
is a privately held company that specializes in chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) and thin film metrology equipment.
As a full service polishing foundry, we must provide our customers strong technical expertise, the right equipment, and an appropriate environment in order to achieve the superior results they demand.
About PSI: Established in 2002 as a subsidiary of TFS, PSI is a full service polishing foundry.