resin cement


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re·sin ce·ment

a monomer or monomer/polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to the teeth.

re·sin ce·ment

(rez'in sĕ-ment')
A monomer or monomer-polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used also in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to the teeth.

re·sin ce·ment

(rez'in sĕ-ment')
Monomer or monomer/polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to teeth.
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Proprietary products include: BIOGRAN(r), the first commercialized product that is a resorbable, granular biomaterial that biologically transforms to bone; ORTHOCOMP(tm), a composite, high-strength resin cement with a biological interface that bonds to bone this is fast setting and injectable; and VITAGRAFT(tm), an injectable, resorbable cement that aids in fracture healing.
Contributors who work in dentistry, preventive and restorative medicine, and prosthodontics around the world detail fluorescence, the platinum foil technique, adhesive resin cements for bonding, matching a zirconia crown and leucite-reinforced feldspathic veneer, zirconia abutments, the ultraconservative preparation and restoration of the anterior dentition, implant-supported prostheses, the internal live staining technique in anterior ceramic crown restorations, the use of experimental birefringence photography, the importance of gingival tissue in anterior esthetic rehabilitations, and other topics.
Injectable resin cements set in situ and their setting-reactions are normally exothermic generating excess heat into the surrounding tissue, which is speculated to cause tissue damage.
Mastics (Glaziers' Putty, Grafting Putty, Resin Cements, Caulking Compounds) and Painters' Fillings: European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015