SANDMAN STUDY


SANDMAN STUDY

 

Using air abrasion is well documented during the last 20 years. With the latest technological innovative solutions created by Sandman MICRODENTISTRY it is recognized as the best way of performing MICRODENTISTRY. Below are mentioned few of the many studies performed and underneath a reference list for further interest. Below studies are discussing and proving that Sandman air abrasion is the best method for minimal invasive treatment due to following main reasons:

  • Less invasive, less tooth enamel and dentine removal saving tooth structure for enabling patients to keep natural teeth as long as possible in their life
  • Only impact on contact point on tooth surface, no heating, no vibrations etc. less irritation of nerve structure when treating deep caries enables the dentist to keep pulp vitality
  • No need for excavating any extra tooth structure for strong filling due to the already very strong bonding effect using Sandman air abrasion

Study 1. Study from Leuven University

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Study 1. Study from Leuven University

Study from Leuven University about the adhesion strength by using different treatment methods on tooth surface. Conclusion is clear in favor of using dental air abrasion. Study is in Belgian language but on page 11+12 there is a clear figure showing the results.

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Study 8. Extract from Air Abrasion: Truly Minimally invasive technique.

1Postgraduate Student, Department of Dental Physical Sciences Unit, Queen Mary University of London, London, United Kingdom
2Faculty, Department of Oral Surgery, Homerton University Hospital, London, United Kingdom
3Postgraduate Student, Department of Public Health, Glyndër University, Wales, United Kingdom

Minimally invasive dentistry concept is now an essential part of dental procedures. Many novel materials and techniques have now been developed that are in line with the MI(Minimal intervention) philosophy. One such technique is Air Abrasion. An attempt has been made in this article to cover all the aspects of air abrasion and to remove the misconceptions present about this technique.

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Study 9. Extract from BIOLOGICAL CONCEPT OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF CARIES IN TEMPORALLY TEETH IN CHILDREN.

(original: БИОЛОГИЧЕСКАЯ КОНЦЕПЦИЯ МИНИМАЛЬНО–ИНВАЗИВНОГО ЛЕЧЕНИЯ КАРИЕСА ВРЕМЕННЫХ ЗУБОВ У ДЕТЕЙ) В.Г. Жирова, И.А. Бурдейная, И.В. Филимонова The article in Russian was published in CHILDREN’S DENTISTRY, Denta Club 5/2013   (Original: ДЕТСКАЯ СТОМАТОЛОГИЯ, Дента клуб 5/2013)

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We have further studies regarding using air abrasion – Sandman and you are welcome to ask for more documentation but most studies we have are in origin languages such as Russian/Polish/Danish.

Below is a list of references for further self-studies:

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