microetching technique

mi·cro·etch·ing tech·nique

a method of roughening the surface of a natural tooth or a dental restoration using a gas-impelled jet of fine abrasive. It enhances the attachment of resin cements or restorative materials to the surface.
See also: airbrasive technique.

mi·cro·etch·ing tech·nique

(mīkrō-eching tek-nēk)
Method of roughening natural tooth surface or a dental restoration using a gas-impelled jet of fine abrasive; enhances attachment of resin cements or restorative materials to surface.
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