dental restoration

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dental restoration

restoration

1. induction of a return to a previous state, as a return to health or replacement of a part to normal position.
2. partial or complete reconstruction of a body part, or the device used in its place.

dental restoration
see restorative dentistry.
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The film presents a haunting portrait of a dental industry all too willing to turn a blind eye to science while placing profits and politics ahead of the 120 million Americans currently implanted with toxic mercury amalgam dental fillings.
HIP replacements, dental fillings and even coffin nails are being recovered from ash and sold for scrap by Scots crematoria.
The recommendation to replace existing dental fillings is not based on a person's age.
In Sweden and Denmark, there is a ban of mercury in dental fillings.
Dental fillings Fillings can be used to treat cavities and other minor dental complications.
Voids and poor bonds in dental fillings can trap bacteria, provide opportunity for further tooth decay, and provide micro-leakage pathways for post-filling hot and cold sensitivity issues.
In a statement to SANA economic bulletin, Safi said his invention is about producing high-price products used in dental fillings and treatment of osteoporosis and other by-products through transforming Syrian phosphate and its residues into highly saturated solution.
Ravinder Kaur, 34, allegedly spiked the drink with the metal - used in dental fillings - and gave it to her boss Laura Knowles three days after receiving a final warning about her behaviour.
Maternal amalgam dental fillings as the source of mercury exposure in developing fetus and newborn.
Mercury, a pollutant linked to birth defects, kidney disease and multiple sclerosis, is contained in dental fillings.
Dental fillings replace the part of the tooth drilled out in order to remove decay.
As well as in dental fillings, it is also used in medical equipment including thermometers and as a component of paint and batteries.