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ceramics

/ce·ram·ics/ (sah-ram´iks) the modeling and processing of objects made of clay or similar materials.
dental ceramics  the use of porcelain and similar materials in restorative dentistry.

ceramics

[səram′iks]
(in dentistry) the process of making dental restorations from fused porcelain and other glasses.

ceramics,

n the art of making dental restorations or parts of restorations from fused porcelain.
ceramics, orthoclase,
n See feldspar.
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Dental Implants, the largest application for medical ceramics
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Fine ceramics are categorized as one subset of the broad family of ceramic materials - a family that also includes ordinary pottery, porcelain, glass and cement.
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Saint-Gobain Advanced Ceramics, 168 Creekside Dr, Amherst, NY, 14228-2027 tel: 716/691-2052 fax: 716/691-2090#
Archeologists have uncovered human-made ceramics that date back to at least 24,000 BC.
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Beneath the shimmer of an oyster's mother-of-pearl, an intricate microstructure bestows both strength and toughness on the natural ceramic.
ACS also publishes Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Ceramics Monthly and Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings.