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composite core

[kəmpos′it]
Etymology: L, componere, to assemble
a buildup of composite resin designed and placed in the pulp chamber and root canal of an endodontically treated tooth to allow the tooth to be used as a foundation for a crown or bridge. Compare amalgam core, cast core. See also core.

com·pos·ite core

(kŏm-pozit kōr)
Restoration made of resin composite intended to replace lost tooth structure under a crown; provides support and retention for the crown.
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In the manufacture of a structural member comprising a thermoplastic composite core with an exterior reinforcing layer, the core member is initially extruded in the shape of a profile.
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Phase 2 standards for composite core will go into effect July 1, 2012.
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