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HARMONY - Air Plasma Device

Plasma is an ionized gas- a gas into which sufficient energy is provided to free electrons from atoms or molecules and to allow both species, ions, and electrons, to coexist.
Plasma can be divided into hot and cold plasma. In hot plasma, electrons and ions have nearly the same energy (i.e., equal temperature), like the sun. Cold plasma is a non-equilibrium where the electron temperature is much hotter than the temperature of the ions and neutrals. Because cold plasma produces reactive species without burning the substrates, it has a wide array of applications in medical settings.

Uses for Cold Plasma in Dental Laboratories

Improved Adhesion

Improves Bonding Strength

Pre-treatment of the surfaces before adhesion helps to activate the surface and achieve stronger bonding. 

Improved Adhesion

Treatment on Ceramic Surfaces

With a short plasma treatment on ceramic surfaces prior to stain glazing, the painted layers nestle into surfaces and no longer repel due to surface tension.

Benefits of Atmospheric Plasma (Compared to Vacuum Plasma)

Created in 2013, Nanova Biomaterials, Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor of dental and medical products.

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