direct method for making inlays

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di·rect meth·od for mak·ing in·lays

in dentistry, an inlay technique in which the wax pattern is made directly in the prepared cavity in the tooth.
Synonym(s): direct technique

di·rect meth·od for mak·ing in·lays

(di-rekt methŏd māking inlāz)
In dentistry, an inlay technique in which wax pattern is made directly in a cavity prepared in the tooth.
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The court heard the challenge direct technique had been authorised for use 60 times between August 2011, when it was introduced, and February this year.
Washington, July 16 ( ANI ): Gravitational lensing is the most direct technique that can help reveal the principal mass component of the Universe, Dark Matter distribution, which makes up about 80% of the mass budget.
Nexstim developed Navigated Brain Stimulation (NBS) as the first ever non-invasive direct technique for functional mapping of the motor cortex.
Eagle's more direct technique was adapted from geological research perfected by other Caltech scientists, the biologist said.
Another, less direct technique involves tracking long-term variations in global and regional concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air.
In general, it is easier to use the direct technique for the construction of periodontal splints, orthodontic retainers and splint-bridges using the avulsed tooth as the pontic.
Nayyar and Edwards (4) also describe a direct technique for use with a single unit using a commercially available metal crown in which the crown is relined directly on the tooth with autopolymerizing resin :
It moves beyond the craft of painting into a tenuous space where intellect and spirit direct technique.
This makes fluorescence techniques for measuring viable and nonviable probiotic cells a rapid and direct technique for evaluating the quality of probiotic cultures and products.
Using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) guided by standard MR-image data, Nexstim has developed Navigated Brian Stimulation (NBS), the first non-invasive direct technique for functional mapping of the motor cortex.
Rome and his team have recently developed a more direct technique, which they've used in the unpublished studies, he says.
Whilst the detailed conclusions are specific to the archaeological situation of Classe, it is the general application of this form of analysis that is of wider interest: when harnessed, perhaps, with other direct techniques of investigation such as geophysics, this approach shows great promise for managing sites and formulating a structured research agenda.