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cham·fer

(sham'fer),
A marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]

chamfer

[cham′fər]
the finish line on an extracoronal cavity preparation for a crown restoration in which the junction between the crown and the remaining tooth structure is formed to create a sloping shoulder at the apical terminus of the restoration. See margin.

cham·fer

(shamfĕr)
A marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]

cham·fer

(shamfĕr)
Marginal finish on an extracoronal cavity preparation of a tooth that describes a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
[fr. O.Fr. chanfrein(t), beveled edge]

chamfer (cham´fər),

n in extracoronal cavity preparations, a marginal finish that produces a curve from an axial wall to the cavosurface.
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This level is arranged in a simple U-shaped plan, with the sharply chamfered glazed ends of the two wings resembling a pair of giant, ever-watchful eyes.
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Her school manoeuvres itself to connect to the chamfered mass of the town and panoramic prospects of the countryside.
Second, the extruded chamfered hall, with isolated viewing booths resembling cave-like oriels punching on to the terrace.