luting agent

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lut·ing a·gent

a fastening material or cement; for example, plaster or wax to hold casts to an articulator, or material to hold crowns to teeth.

luting agent

See lute, def. 1.

lut·ing a·gent

(lūt'ing ā'jĕnt)
Fastening material or cement used to hold casts to an articulator, or material to hold crowns to teeth.

lut·ing a·gent

(lūting ājĕnt)
In dentistry, fastening material or cement (e.g., plaster or wax to hold casts to an articulator, or material to hold crowns to teeth).