PMID: 7993415May 1, 1994Paper

Air-abrasive technology: its new role in restorative dentistry

The Journal of the American Dental Association
R E Goldstein, F M Parkins


Air-abrasive technology has re-emerged in dentistry. The history, characteristics and clinical applications of this approach are reviewed, including advantages and limitations for the removal of stain, enamel, dentin and decay. Air-abrasive technology may be especially suited for use in bonded restorations.


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