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    • American National Standard/American Dental Association Specifications ANSI/ADA No. Title Year No. 1 Alloy for Dental Amalgam 1985 No. 2 Dental Gypsum-Bonded Casting Investments 1987 No. 3 Dental Impression Compound 1987 No. 4 Dental Inlay Casting Wax 1989 No. 5 Dental Casting Gold Alloys 1988 No. 6 Dental Mercury 1987 No. 7 Dental Wrought Gold Wire Alloy 1989 No. 8 Dental Zinc Phosphate Cement 1987 No. 9 Dental Silicate Cement 1986 No.10 Denture Rubber (Absolete) --- No. 11 Agar Impression Materials 1987 No. 12 Denture Base Polymers 1987 No. 13 Denture Cold - Curing Repair Resins 1987 No. 14 Dental Base Metal Casting Alloys 1989 No. 15 Synthetic Polymer/resin Teeth 1985 No. 16 Dental Impression Paste - ZnO2 -Eugenol 1989 No. 17 Denture Base Temporary Relining Resins 1990 No. 18 Alginate Impression Materials 1989 No. 19 Dental Elastomeric Impression Material 1982 No. 20 Dental Duplicating Material 1989 No. 22 Intra oral Dental Radiographic Film 1972 No. 23 Dental Excavating Bur 1984 No. 24 Dental Base plate Wax 1991
    • No. 25 Dental Gypsum Products 1989 No. 26 Dental X-ray Equipment 1991 No. 27 Resin-Based Filling Materials 1989 No. 28 Endodontic Files and Reamers, (Hand Use) 1988 No. 30 Dental ZnO2 -Eugenol and ZnO2 – Non Eugenol Cements 1990 No. 31 Exposure time designation for timers of dental X-ray machines --- No. 32 Orthodontic Wires 1989 No. 33 Dental Terminology/Vocabulary 1990 No. 34 Dental Aspirating Syringes 1987 No. 35* High Speed Air Driven Hand pieces --- No. 36* Diamond Rotary Instruments --- No. 37 Dental Abrasive Powders 1986 No. 38 Metal-Ceramic Dental Restorative Systems 1991 No. 39* Pit and Fissure Sealants --- No 40* Dental Implants --- 1. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 41—Biological Evaluation of Dental Materials 2. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 42—Dental Phosphate-Bonded Casting Investments 3. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 43—Electrically Powered Dental Amalgamators 4. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 44—Dental Electrosurgical Equipment 5. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 46—Dental Chairs 6. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 47—Dental Units 7. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 48—Visible Light Curing Units 8. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 53—Polymer-Based Crowns and Bridge Resins 9. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 54—Double-Pointed, Parenteral, Single Use Needles for Dentistry 10. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 57—Endodontic Sealing Material 11. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 58—Root Canal Files, Type H (Hedstrom 12. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 62—Dental Abrasive Pastes 13. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 63—Root Canal Barbed Broaches and Rasps 14. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 69—Dental Ceramic 15. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 70—Dental X-ray Protective Aprons and Accessory Devices 16. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 71—Root Canal Filling Condensers (Pluggers and Spreaders) 17. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 73—Dental Absorbent Points 18. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 74—Dental Operator's Stool 19. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 75—Resilient Lining Materials for Removable Dentures - Part 1: Short Term Materials
    • 20. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 76—Non-Sterile Natural Rubber Latex Gloves For Dentistry 21. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 78—Endodontic Obturating Cones 22. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 80—Dental Materials - Determination of Color Stability 23. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 82—Dental Reversible/Irreversible Hydrocolloid Impression Material Systems 24. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 85-Part 1—Disposable Prophy Angles 25. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 87—Dental Impression Trays 26. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 88—Dental Brazing Alloys 27. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 89—Dental Operating Lights 28. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 91—Dental Ethyl Silicate Bonded Casting Investment 29. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 92—Dental Phosphate-Bonded Refractory Die Materials 30. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 93—Dental Brazing Investments 31. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 94—Dental Compressed Air Quality 32. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 95—Root Canal Enlargers 33. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 96—Dental Water-Based Cements 34. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 97—Corrosion Test Methods 35. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 99—Athletic Mouth Protectors and Materials 36. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 100—Orthodontic Brackets and Tubes 37. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 101—Root Canal Instruments: General Requirements 38. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 102—Non-Sterile Nitrile Gloves 39. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 103—Non-Sterile Poly Vinyl Chloride Gloves For Dentistry 40. ANSI/ADA/ISO Specification No. 3950: Dentistry—Designation System For Teeth And Areas Of The Oral Cavity ANSI/ADA Specification No. 1—Alloy for Dental Amalgam: 2003 This specification is for alloys, composed mainly of silver, tin and/or copper, used in the preparation of dental amalgam. Only capsulated alloy is covered under this specification. This is a major revision of Specification No. 1 published in 1976 and revised in 1979. The language of this standard is very close to that of ISO 1559—Alloys for Dental Amalgam (1994). When a capsule containing mercury and alloy is shaken, the mercury and alloy react to form the metal-matrix composite called dental amalgam. Dental amalgam is designed for use in dentistry as a restorative material for decayed, fractured, or eroded teeth. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 2—Dental Gypsum-Bonded Casting Investments: 2002 This specification establishes a classification of, and specifies requirements for, gypsum-bonded casting investments. It also specifies test methods to be used to determine compliance with these requirements. This revision is an adoption of the ISO 7490–2000 for Dental Gypsum-bonded Casting Investments. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 4—Dental Inlay Casting Wax: 1983 (Reaffirmed 2003) This specification is for inlay casting wax used in making patterns in the production of inlays and crowns. This fourth revision represents a return to the classifications used in the second revision. Also, the flow requirements in the fourth revision are returned to those described by the second revision. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 5—Dental Casting Alloys: 1997
    • This specification provides a classification and specifies requirements and test methods for dental casting alloys. This specification is a modified adoption of ISO 1562:1993, Dental casting gold alloys; and ISO 8891:1998, Dental casting alloys with noble metal content of 25 percent up to but not including 75 percent. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 6—Dental Mercury: 1985 (Reaffirmed 1995) This Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for mercury suitable for the preparation of dental amalgam, and the requirements for packing and marking. This revision is essentially identical to ISO 1560:1985, Dental Mercury. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 11—Agar Impression Materials: 1997 This specification enumerates requirements for essential physical properties and other characteristics of impression material having reversible agar hydrocolloid as a gel forming ingredient, along with tests specified for determining compliance with those requirements. It also specifies requirements with respect to the manufacturer's instructions, and the essentials for packaging, labeling, and marking. This specification is a modified adoption of ISO 1564:1995, Dental Aqueous Impression Material—Agar. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 12—Denture Base Polymers: 2002 This specification classifies denture base polymers and copolymers and specifies their requirements. It also specifies the test methods to be used in determining compliance with these requirements. It further specifies requirements with respect to packaging and making the products and to the instructions to be supplied for use of these materials. This revision is an adoption of the ISO 1567:1999, Dentistry-Denture Base Polymers. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 13—Denture Cold-Curing Repair Resins: 1981 (Reaffirmed 1999) This specification is for pink and clear denture repair resins of powdered-liquid type which are used primarily for the repair of acrylic resin denture bases. It is restricted for materials which contain monomers and comonomers, usually of the acrylic type of mixtures thereof, which are capable of auto- initiated polymerization and which bond to denture base polymers of composition outlined in the ANSI/ADA Specification No. 12 for Denture Base Polymers. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 14—Dental Base Metal Casting Alloys: 1982 (Reaffirmed 1998) This specification covers dental base metal casting alloys used in the fabrication of removable dental prostheses. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 15—Synthetic Polymer Teeth: 2000 This specification specifies a classification, requirements and test methods for teeth that are composed of synthetic polymers such as polymethyl methacrylate and its copolymers, and that are manufactured for use in prostheses used in dentistry. This revision is an adoption of ISO 3336:1993 for Dentistry—Synthetic Polymer Teeth with minor editorial changes.
    • ANSI/ADA Specification No. 16—Dental Impression Paste - Zinc Oxide-Eugenol Type: 1961 (Reaffirmed 1999) This specification is for dental impression paste, the reactive ingredients of which are zinc oxide and eugenol. The impression paste covered by this specification shall be Type I (Hard) and Type II (Soft) as specified by the purchaser. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 17—Denture Base Temporary Relining Resins:1983 (Reaffirmed 1999) This specification is for pink and clear powder/liquid auto-polymerizing (self-initiating cure) type hard-setting resins used as temporary relining materials for denture bases. The soft relining materials are not covered by this specification. ADA Specification No. 18—Alginate Impression Materials: 1992 This specification applies to dental alginate impression materials used in dentistry to make impressions of teeth and tissues of the oral cavity. It specifies requirements for dental materials containing an alginate as an essential gel-forming ingredient. This specification is identical to ISO 1563: Alginate Impression Materials with minor editorial changes that strengthen this specification with respect to applications in the United States. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 19—Dental Elastomeric Impression Material: 1993 This specification is for elastomeric dental impression materials based, for example, on polysulfides, polysiloxanes, polyethers, or other non-aqueous materials capable to reacting to form a rubber-like material which can be used for taking impressions. The materials described in this specification are classed as Type I, II, or III according to certain properties after setting. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 20—Dental Duplicating Material: 1972 (Reaffirmed 1995) This specification covers thermo-reversible and nonreversible (chemical setting) duplicating materials for use in the dental laboratory. Duplicating materials covered by this specification are classified as Type I—thermo-reversible materials (which includes Class 1—Hydrocolloidal and Class 2 —Nonaqueous organic thermoplastic) or Type II—Nonreversible (which includes Class 1— Hydrocolloidal and Class 2—Nonaqueous organic). ADA Specification No. 22—Intraoral Dental Radiographic Film:1969 This specification is for intraoral radiographic film which is coated on one or both sides with emulsion. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 23—Dental Excavating Burs: 1982 (Reaffirmed 1999) This specification establishes the requirements for burs suitable for use with straight and angle dental handpieces. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 24—Dental Baseplate Wax: 2003
    • This specification is for wax used in the construction of artificial dentures. The wax consists essentially of natural and synthetic waxes, resins, and hydrocarbon waxes of the paraffin series. This is the first complete revision of ANSI/ADA Specification No. 24 since it was approved in December 1970. This revision incorporated the addendum to ANSI/ADA Specification No. 24 which was approved in March 1985. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 25—Dental Gypsum Products: 2000 This specification provides a classification of, and specifies requirements for, dental gypsum products used for dental purposes, such as making oral impressions, moulds, casts, or dies. It specifies the test methods to be employed to determine compliance with these requirements. It also includes requirements for the labeling of packaging and for adequate instructions to accompany each package. This revision is an adoption of ISO Standard 6873:1998 for Dental Gypsum Products. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 26—Dental X-Ray Equipment: 1991 (Reaffirmed 1999) This specification applies to diagnostic X-ray equipment used for intraoral radiography. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 27—Resin-Based Filling Materials: 1997 This Standard specifies requirements for dental resin-based restorative materials supplied in a form suitable for mechanical mixing, hand mixing, or external energy activation. This specification does not cover requirements for materials intended to prevent dental caries, or for materials that are cured outside the mouth. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 28—Root Canal Files and Reamers, Type K for Hand Use: 2002 This specification is for endodontic files and reamers for hand use only having a working part taper of 2 percent (0.02 millimeter per millimeter of length) as in endodontic preparation or shaping operations. The revision of this specification includes the adoption of Specification No. 28a, Root Canal Files and Reamers, Type K Addendum published in 1996. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 30—Dental Zinc Oxide - Eugenol and Zince Oxide - Non-Eugenol Cements: 2000 This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for zinc oxide—eugenol or zinc oxide —non-eugenol cements supplied as two separate components that may be either powder/liquid or paste/paste and are suitable for use in the oral cavity. This specification is essentially identical to ISO 3107, Dental Zinc Oxide-Eugenol Cements and Zinc Oxide Non-Eugenol Cements. The exceptions are noted in the Foreword. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 32—Orthodontic Wires: 2000 This specification pertains to all metallic wires as components of fixed, intra-oral, orthodontic appliances with exception of (metallic) ligatures. In 1999, ANSI/ADA Specification No. 32–1977 for Orthodontic Wires Not Containing Precious Metals was withdrawn from the ASC MD156 work program as an outdated specification. The Working Group 1.7 Orthodontic Materials of Subcommittee 1 of ADA SCDP reviewed ANSI/ADA Specification No. 32, DIN 13970 and AS 1964–1977. The majority of the working group could not accept either the DIN or the AS as presently constituted and developed this new revised specification.
    • ANSI/ADA Specification No. 33—Dental Product Standards Development Vocabulary: 2003 The bulk of the terms and definitions (TDEs) in this revision of ANSI/ADA Specification No. 33 relate to products, procedures and testing of products used in dentistry. This effort to update and standardize the nomenclature for dental products and testing should permit the authors of the various specifications and standards to discuss their concepts and procedures so they will be understood by those who must read and interpret these documents and test the products to determine if they are suitable for the purpose intended. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 34—Dental Aspirating Syringes: 1978 (Reaffirmed 2000) This specification covers the requirements for devices that are capable of aspiration and are used for parenteral injections in dentistry. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 37—Dental Abrasive Powders: 1986 (Reaffirmed 2001) This specification is for powdered abrasive materials used in dentistry for removing stains and gross scratches from natural tooth structures and prostheses but not including materials used in laboratory blasting processes. These materials are divided into types depending on the intended manner of use and further sub-divided into classes based upon the predominant abrasive agent present in the product. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 38—Metal-Ceramic Dental Restorative Systems: 2000 This standard specifies requirements and test methods for dental metallic materials processed by casting or machining, and for ceramics suitable for use in the fabrication of metal-ceramic dental restorations, together with requirements and test methods for the composite structure. The requirements of this standard apply to the metallic materials and ceramics when used in combination, and compliance may not be claimed for either metallic materials or for ceramics alone. This revision is essentially an adoption of ISO: 9693, Metal-Ceramic Dental Restorative Systems with minor editorial changes noted in the Foreword. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 39—Pit and Fissure Sealants: 1992 (Reaffirmed 1999) This standard specifies requirements and test methods for resin-based materials suitable for sealing pits and fissures in teeth. This standard covers both chemically cured and external-energy-cured resin-based materials. This specification is an adoption of ISO 6874:1988, Dental Resin-Based Pit and Fissure Sealants. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 41—Biological Evaluation of Dental Materials: 1979 (Reaffirmed 2001) This document covers recommended standard practices for biological evaluation of the safety of materials used in dentistry and is not intended for use in the evaluation of pharmacologically active medicaments. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 42—Dental Phosphate-Bonded Casting Investments: 2002
    • This specification classifies dental phosphate-bonded casting investments into two types according to the intended use. It specifies requirements for the essential physical properties of the investment and the test methods to be used to determine these properties. It also includes a requirement for adequate instructions to accompany each package. This revision is an adoption of the ISO 9694– 1996 for Dental Phosphate-Bonded Casting Investments. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 43—Electrically Powered Dental Amalgamators: 1986 (Reaffirmed 1995) This specification is for mechanical dental amalgamators used for the mixing of alloy and mercury to make dental amalgam. It includes multipurpose devices but is restricted to their function of triturating alloy and mercury to produce dental amalgam. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 44—Dental Electrosurgical Equipment: 1999 This specification covers the minimal requirements for dental electrosurgical devices that operate in the 1.5 to 4 MHz frequency range and have a maximum power output capability of 100 watts or less, but not less than a maximum capability of 50 watts, and are used principally in the oral cavity for performing clinical dental electro-surgery procedures by bi-terminal technique. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 46—Dental Chairs: 2003 This specification covers the requirements for dental patient chairs, but does not cover accessory attachments except those components which are considered an integral part of the chair such as headrest, cushion, armrests, and controls. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 47—Dental Units: 1983 (Reaffirmed 2003) This specification covers the requirements for all equipment used for delivering and storing dynamic and static instruments, such as handpieces, syringes, amalgamators, saliva ejectors, or high volume evacuators. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 48—Visible Light Curing Units: 1983 (Reaffirmed 1989) This specification gives requirements and test methods for polymerization activators with powered tungsten-halogen lamps in the blue wavelength region intended for chairside use in polymerization of dental resin-based materials. This specification is also applicable to rechargeable battery-powered polymerization activators. It does not cover powered polymerization activators used in laboratory fabrication of indirect restorations, veneers, dentures or other oral dental appliances. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 53—Polymer-Based Crowns and Bridge Resins: 1999 This specification covers polymer-based crown and bridge materials for laboratory-fabricated permanent facings or anterior crowns which may or may not be attached to a metal substructure. This specification also applies to polymer-based crown and bridge materials for which the manufacturer claims adhesion to the metal sib-frame without macromechanical retention, such as beads or wires. This specification further classifies polymer-based crown and bridge materials and specifies the requirements; it also specifies the test methods to be used to determine compliance with these requirements. The specification is an adoption of ISO 10477:1992, and 10477 Amendment 1:1998.
    • ANSI/ADA Specification No. 54—Double-Pointed, Parenteral, Single Use Needles for Dentistry: 1986 (Reaffirmed 2000) This specification covers sterile, single-use, individually-packaged, double-pointed needles with a means of secure attachment to cartridge-type syringes used for dental, regional, anesthetic injections. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 57—Endodontic Sealing Material: 2000 This specification is for materials used in endodontics within the tooth to seal the root canal space. This specification is an adoption of ISO 6876:2001, Dental Root Canal Sealing Materials. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 58—Root Canal Files, Type H (Hedstrom): 1997 This specification is for endodontic Hedstrom files for hand use only as used in endodontic preparation or shaping operations. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 62—Dental Abrasive Pastes This specification is for in-office abrasive pastes used in dentistry for removing stains and other exogenous materials from natural tooth structures and prostheses. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 63—Root Canal Barbed Broaches and Rasps: 1999 This specification is for root canal instruments for hand use utilized in endodontic preparation. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 69—Dental Ceramic: 1999 This standard specifies the requirements and corresponding test methods for dental ceramic materials for all fixed ceramic restorations. This specification is essentially an adoption of the ISO 6872:1995 as modified by amendment and corrigendum. Both the amendment and related corrigendum deal with radioactivity assessment and limits. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 70—Dental X-Ray Protective Aprons and Accessory Devices: 1999 This specification applies to dental X-ray protective aprons and accessory devices, such as thyroid collars and thyroid shields used in dentistry that protect the patient, as much as feasible, from the harmful effects of dental diagnostic X-radiation. It specifies the requirements for X-radiation absorption and the areas of anatomy that the aprons and thyroid collars protect. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 71—Root Canal Filling Condensers (Pluggers and Spreaders): 2001 This specification is for root canal instruments for finger or hand—used to compact root canal filling materials. This specification is a modified adoption of ISO 3630–3:1994, Dental Root Canal instruments—Part 3: Condensers, Pluggers and Spreaders. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 73—Dental Absorbent Points: 2001 (Reaffirmed 2002)
    • This revision includes agreement with the action of the ISO working group for Endodontic Materials by the addition of "non-medicated" instead of "sterilized" absorbent points, and test methods for sterility and of biological hazards have been eliminated. During preparation of this revision, the members of the working group discussed each difference between the original ANSI/ADA Specification No. 73 and ISO 7551, Dental Absorbent Points—1996 in an effort towards harmonization. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 74—Dental Operator's Stool: 2002 This standard specifies requirements, recommendations and methods for dental operator's stools as well as requirements for manufacturer's instructions, marking and packaging. It covers also recommendations to manufacturers on the design of tools. This specification is basically an adoption of ISO Standard 7493:1997, Dental Operator's Stool with some minor changes that are outlined in the Foreword. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 75—Resilient Lining Materials for Removable Dentures - Part 1: Short Term Materials: 1997 (Reaffirmed 2003) This part of ANSI/ADA Specification No. 75 specifies requirements for the physical properties, test methods, packaging, marking and manufacturer's instructions for denture lining materials suitable for short-term use. This specification is an adoption of ISO 10139/1:1991, Dentistry—Short-Term Resilient Lining Materials for Removable Dentures. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 76—Non-Sterile Natural Rubber Latex Gloves For Dentistry: 2002 This specification covers non-sterile rubber latex gloves suitable for dentistry. This revision is designed to bring the specification into conformance with revisions to ASTM D-3578 that have occurred since it was issued and reflect the advances in glove technology embodied in these revisions. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 78—Endodontic Obturating Cones: 2000 This standard specifies the dimensions and requirements for prefabricated metallic or polymeric- based cones suitable for use in the obturation of a root canal system restoration. It also specifies numerical systems and a color coding system for designating the sizes. This revision includes harmonization with the action of the ISO working group for Endodontic Materials by moving reference of biological aspects from the body of the document to the introduction and elimination of the Type and Class distinctions. This specification, as revised, is in harmony with ISO 6877 except for the designation utilized for the various diameters. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 80—Dental Materials - Determination of Color Stability: 2001 This standard specifies a procedure for determining the color stability of dental materials after exposure to light or water. This revision is an adoption of ISO 7491, Dental Materials—Determination of Color Stability with minor editorial changes. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 82—Dental Reversible/Irreversible Hydrocolloid Impression Material Systems: 1998 (Reaffirmed 2003) This specification applies to the syringeable agar impression materials which have been formulated such that they will bond to each other when used in combination to form elastic impressions of oral tissues. This specification is an adoption of ISO 13716:1999, Reversible-Irreversible Hydrocolloid Impression Material Systems.
    • ANSI/ADA Specification No. 85-Part 1—Disposable Prophy Angles This specification covers disposable prophy angles suitable for a dental hygienist or dentist to use in conjunction with a doriot style handpiece during the final stages of a dental cleaning. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 87—Dental Impression Trays: 1995 This specification applies to reusable and disposable impression trays used in dentistry for delivering impression materials into the oral cavity for the purpose of making impressions (negative copies) of teeth and oral tissues. It applies to trays made of plastic, aluminum, stainless steel and nickel or chrome plated brass for the purposes of full arch dentulous or edentulous, partially edentulous, partial arch and water cooled impressions. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 88—Dental Brazing Alloys: 2000 This standard specifies requirements and test methods for brazing filler alloys suitable for use in brazing cast dental restorations. This specification is an adoption of ISO 9333:1990, Dental Brazing Materials. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 89—Dental Operating Lights: 1999 This standard applies to dental operating lights, however constructed, used for illuminating the oral cavity. It specifies requirements and test methods. It also contains specifications on manufacturer's instruction, marking and packaging. This specification is basically an adoption of ISO 9680 with some minor changes noted in the Foreword. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 91—Dental Ethyl Silicate Bonded Casting Investment: 1999 This standard specifies a method for ethyl silicate bonded casting investments to be assessed for their efficacy for casting dental base metal alloy restorations. This standard applies to ethyl silicate bonded investments used in the fabrication of dental base metal casting alloy restorations. This standard also specifies requirements for the essential physical properties o the investment and methods for heir determination. It further includes requirements for adequate instructions to accompany each container. This specification is an adoption of ISO 11246:1996. Dental Ethyl Silicate Casting Investments. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 92—Dental Phosphate-Bonded Refractory Die Materials: 2002 This specification is applicable to phosphate bonded refractory die materials used in the production of dental restorations by a sintering technique. This revision is an adoption of ISO 11245:1999 for Dental Restorations—Phosphate-bonded Refractory Die Materials. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 93—Dental Brazing Investments: 2000 This specification establishes a classification of and specifies requirements for dental brazing investments. It specifies test methods to be used to determine compliance with these requirements. It also lists information which shall be included in the manufacturer's instructions and gives requirements for labeling. This specification is an adoption of ISO 11244:1998, Dental Soldering Investments. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 94—Dental Compressed Air Quality: 1996 (Reaffirmed 2003)
    • This specification applies to all compressed air used in the dental office to power dental equipment and laboratory equipment and to dry oral structures. It does not apply to compressed air used to supply breathable air and should never be used to support life (e.g., Medical Compressed Air). ANSI/ADA Specification No. 95—Root Canal Enlargers: 2003 This specification is for root canal instruments used mechanically to access an enlarge canals. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 96—Dental Water-Based Cements: 2000 This standard specifies requirements for certain types of dental cements, including both hand- mixed and capsulated cements for the mechanical mixing, that are intended for permanent cementation, lining and restoration, and that effect setting only by an aqueous acid-base reaction. This specification is an adoption of ISO 9917:1991, Dental Water-Based Cements. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 97—Corrosion Test Methods: 2002 This standard provides test methods and protocols to determine the corrosion behavior of all metallic materials used in restorative, prosthetic and orthodontic dentistry in the oral cavity, including cast, machined and prefabricated devices. This revision is an adoption of the ISO 10271:2001 for Dental Metallic Materials—Corrosion Test Methods. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 99—Athletic Mouth Protectors and Materials: 2001 This specification is for thermoplastic or thermosetting polymeric materials, with or without a polymeric shell, that are capable of being formed into an athletic mouth protector, either on a model of the teeth or in the mouth directly on the teeth. It also specifies requirements for manufacturer's instructions and for packaging, labeling, and marketing. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 100—Orthodontic Brackets and Tubes This specification pertains to brackets and tubes as components of the orthodontic appliance. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 101—Root Canal Instruments: General Requirements: 2001 This standard specifies requirements and test methods for hand or mechanically operated instruments for root canal shaping and cleaning having designs or materials which are not included within the provisions of ANSI/ADA Specification Nos. 28 and 58. The purpose of this standard is to provide a document to identify methods for size and product designation, safety considerations, for example, minimum requirements for fracture forces, flexibility, and instructions/labeling. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 102—Non-Sterile Nitrile Gloves: 1999 This specification covers non-sterile gloves suitable for dentistry that do not contain any natural rubber latex. ANSI/ADA Specification No. 103—Non-Sterile Poly Vinyl Chloride Gloves For Dentistry: 2001
    • This specification covers non-sterile poly vinyl chloride gloves suitable for dentistry. This revision is designed to reflect the increased concerns for performance of synthetic gloves as barriers to blood- and fluid-borne pathogens. ANSI/ADA/ISO Specification No. 3950: Dentistry—Designation System For Teeth And Areas Of The Oral Cavity: 1997 This ANSI/ADA Specification is an adoption of ISO 3950–1984. This specification provides a system for designating teeth or areas of the oral cavity using two digits. It also provides a system for designating surfaces of the teeth using letters of the alphabet.