cavosurface

ca·vo·sur·face

(kā'vō-sŭr'făs),
Relating to a cavity and the surface of a tooth.

cavosurface

[kāv′ōsur′fəs]
Etymology: L, cavus, cavity + superficies, surface
the surface of a dental cavity.

ca·vo·sur·face

(kāvō-sŭrfăs)
Relating to a cavity and the surface of a tooth.

ca·vo·sur·face

(kāvō-sŭrfăs)
Relating to a cavity and the surface of a tooth.
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With aging in the NC group, the prostate glandular epithelial cells gradually became high columnar, with multiple layer arrangement; the number of organelles such as rough endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus progressively increased, and more and more secretory vesicles and lamellar secretions appeared at the cavosurface.
Occlusal and cervical cavosurface angles were significantly different when the energy was increased: It is essential for the dentist to be aware of the alteration produced in the cavity form and cavosurface angles by the variation of energy in order to ensure selection of appropriate laser parameters for the desired cavity preparations.
cAvosuRfAce AnGLe PAtteRns of eR: yAG LAseR cAvity PRePARAtions in PRimARy teetH.
Pulse activation: reducing resin-based composite contraction stresses at the enamel cavosurface margins.
Cavity preparations of the high speed burs had sharply defined cavosurface margins.
The anticariogenic effect of fluoride in primer, bonding agent, and composite resin in the cavosurface enamel area.
15) Macro-protection is the sheltering of restorative material by the cavosurface margins of tooth structure.
effeCt of CAvoSuRfACe tReAtmeNt oN mARGiNAl leAKAGe iN ClASS v CompoSite ReSiN ReStoRAtioNS.