Robert Loney

Professor

Head, Division of Removable Prosthodontics, Department Chair (Department of Dental Clinical Sciences), Chair (Academic Resources Committee) Chair (Continuing Dental Education Committee), Chief Examiner, OSCE Examinations, National Dental Examining Board of Canada, Editorial Review Board, Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry

Email: Robert.Loney@Dal.Ca

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  • The accelerated late adsorption of pulmonary surfactant 

    Loney, R. W., W. R. Anyan, S. C. Biswas, S. B. Rananavare, et al. 2011. "The accelerated late adsorption of pulmonary surfactant." Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids 27(8): 4857-4866.
    Adsorption of pulmonary surfactant to an air-water interface lowers surface tension (gamma) at rates that initially decrease progressively, but which then accelerate close to the equilibrium gamma. The studies here tested ...
  • Marginal discrepancy of ceramic crowns with redesigned implant components 

    Sutherland, JK, RW Loney, and TJ Jarotskic. 1996. "Marginal discrepancy of ceramic crowns with redesigned implant components." Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 75(5): 540-544.
    A previous study indicated a mean marginal discrepancy of 169 mu m (SD = 23) for cemented CeraOne ceramic crowns. Since then, the components have been redesigned by the manufacturer. This study assessed the marginal ...
  • Finishing and polishing of a poly (fluoroalkoxyphosphazene) resilient denture liner 

    Loney, R. W., M. B. Moulding, C. H. Hacker, and R. G. Ritsco. 1994. "Finishing and polishing of a poly (fluoroalkoxyphosphazene) resilient denture liner." The International journal of prosthodontics 7(4): 362-367.
    A raised ridge of Novus resilient denture liner was removed from samples using one of three burs, three stones, or a coarse sandpaper disc. Samples were polished using pumice alone, tin oxide alone, or both agents. A flat, ...
  • Three-dimensional photoelastic stress analysis of the ferrule effect in cast post and cores 

    Loney, R. W., W. E. Kotowicz, and G. C. McDowell. 1990. "Three-dimensional photoelastic stress analysis of the ferrule effect in cast post and cores." The Journal of prosthetic dentistry 63(5): 506-512.
    The effect of a metal collar on stress distribution with cast post and cores was studied by using three-dimensional photoelastic models of maxillary canine teeth of average dimensions. Standardized parallel post and cores ...
  • The effect of finishing and polishing on surface roughness of a processed resilient denture liner 

    Loney, R. W., and M. B. Moulding. 1993. "The effect of finishing and polishing on surface roughness of a processed resilient denture liner." The International journal of prosthodontics 6(4): 390-396.
    A raised ridge on a Molloplast-B sample was removed using one of three burs, four stones, or a coarse sandpaper disc. Samples were polished using pumice alone, tin oxide alone, or both agents. A flat, unfinished sample ...
  • Improving the outcome of denture relining 

    Knechtel, Mark E., and Robert W. Loney. 2007. "Improving the outcome of denture relining." Journal of the Canadian Dental Association 73(7): 587-591.
    No abstract available.
  • The effect of load angulation on fracture resistance of teeth restored with cast post and cores and crowns 

    Loney, R. W., M. B. Moulding, and R. G. Ritsco. 1995. "The effect of load angulation on fracture resistance of teeth restored with cast post and cores and crowns." The International journal of prosthodontics 8(3): 247-251.
    The purpose of this study was to determine if loading post-restored teeth at different angles would affect their fracture resistance. Thirty maxillary central incisors were treated endodontically to within 5.0 mm of the ...
  • Prosthodontic Olympics: gaming to aid students gain proficiency 

    Loney, R. W., H. J. Murphy, and V. J. Miller. 2000. "Prosthodontic Olympics: gaming to aid students gain proficiency." Journal of dental education 64(4): 302-305.
    No abstract available.
  • An evaluation of a technique to remove stains from teeth using microabrasion 

    Price, RBT, RW Loney, MG Doyle, and MB Moulding. 2003. "An evaluation of a technique to remove stains from teeth using microabrasion." Journal of the American Dental Association 134(8): 1066-1071.
    Background. Microabrasion using a paste made of acid and pumice is a technique that has been used to remove white, yellow and brown stains from enamel. The authors evaluated the technique by studying the effectiveness of ...
  • Facial injury caused by a removable partial denture in a stroke patient: A clinical report 

    Sankaran, R., and RW Loney. 1997. "Facial injury caused by a removable partial denture in a stroke patient: A clinical report." Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 77(2): 114-115.
    No abstract available.
  • Marginal Discrepancy of Redesigned All-Ceramic Crowns Cemented on Implant Abutments 

    SUTHERLAND, JK, RW LONEY, and T. JAROTSKI. 1995. "Marginal Discrepancy of Redesigned All-Ceramic Crowns Cemented on Implant Abutments." Journal of dental research 74: 227-227.
    No abstract available.
  • Effect of distance on the power density from two light guides 

    Price, R. B., T. Derand, M. Sedarous, P. Andreou, et al. 2000. "Effect of distance on the power density from two light guides." Journal of esthetic dentistry 12(6): 320-327.
    PURPOSE: This study determined the effect of distance on the power density from standard and Turbo light guides (Demetron/Kerr, Danbury, Connecticut). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Power density was measured from 0 to 10 mm away ...
  • Effect of light source and specimen thickness on the surface hardness of resin composite 

    Price, RB, T. Derand, RW Loney, and P. Andreou. 2002. "Effect of light source and specimen thickness on the surface hardness of resin composite." American Journal of Dentistry 15(1): 47-53.
    Purpose : To compare the Knoop hardness of different thicknesses of resin composite irradiated using either a plasma arc curing (PAC) light, or a quartz tungsten halogen (QTH) light. Materials and Methods: A 2.5-mm diameter ...
  • Interchangeability of semiadjustable articulators after 2 to 7 years of use 

    Price, R. B., R. W. Loney, and P. Andreou. 2000. "Interchangeability of semiadjustable articulators after 2 to 7 years of use." Journal of prosthodontics : official journal of the American College of Prosthodontists 9(3): 142-147.
    PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to test the interchangeability of articulators that had been in use from 2 to 7 years and compare these results with the interchangeability of the same articulators 1 year earlier. ...
  • Marginal accuracy of indirect provisional restorations fabricated on poly(vinyl siloxane) models 

    Moulding, M. B., R. W. Loney, and R. G. Ritsco. 1994. "Marginal accuracy of indirect provisional restorations fabricated on poly(vinyl siloxane) models." The International journal of prosthodontics 7(6): 554-558.
    Indirect interim restorations have been traditionally fabricated on stone casts. Recently, flexible models fabricated from poly(vinyl siloxane) impression material have been suggested in place of stone casts. This study ...
  • Marginal accuracy of provisional restorations fabricated by different techniques 

    Moulding, M. B., R. W. Loney, and R. G. Ritsco. 1994. "Marginal accuracy of provisional restorations fabricated by different techniques." The International journal of prosthodontics 7(5): 468-472.
    Provisional restorations were fabricated on a cast metal model and the resulting marginal discrepancies were measured. In the control group, the restorations were fabricated directly on the die and no coolant was applied. ...
  • Interchangeability of two semiadjustable articulators 

    Price, RB, JD Gerrow, RW Loney, and P. Andreou. 2001. "Interchangeability of two semiadjustable articulators." International Journal of Prosthodontics 14(3): 255-259.
    Purpose: Interchangeability between articulators allows mounted casts to be transferred accurately from one articulator to another. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the interchangeability of 109 new, unused ...
  • Alternative method for developing access holes through acrylic in screw-retained implant prostheses 

    Moulding, MB, RW Loney, and V. Murphy. 2001. "Alternative method for developing access holes through acrylic in screw-retained implant prostheses." Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 86(5): 553-555.
    No abstract available.
  • An anionic phospholipid enables the hydrophobic surfactant proteins to alter spontaneous curvature 

    Chavarha, M., R. W. Loney, S. B. Rananavare, and S. B. Hall. 2013. "An anionic phospholipid enables the hydrophobic surfactant proteins to alter spontaneous curvature." Biophysical journal 104(3): 594-603.
  • Temperature transmission of high-output light-curing units through dentin 

    Loney, RW, and RBT Price. 2001. "Temperature transmission of high-output light-curing units through dentin." Operative dentistry 26(5): 516-520.
    Light-curing units used for polymerizing restorative resins produce heat during operation. Newer curing units with concentrating light guides or different light sources may require shorter curing times, however, the effect ...

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