restorative dental materials

re·stor·a·tive den·tal ma·te·ri·als

materials used to replace oral tissues in dentistry; for example, amalgam, gold alloys, cements, porcelain, plastics, and denture materials.

re·stor·a·tive den·tal ma·te·ri·als

(rĕ-stōră-tiv dentăl mă-tērē-ălz)
Materials used to replace oral tissues in dentistry; e.g., amalgam, gold alloys, cements, porcelain, plastics, and denture materials.
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Our Precise SHP Diode Laser complements the advances in restorative dental materials and techniques and provides the latest in technology through the Apple iPod touch, offering dentists unlimited updates, training and real-time support for all their diode laser procedures," said Dr.
Philips, The new era in restorative dental materials, Oper Dent, 1, 29-35 (1976).
The Restorative Dental Materials Fact Sheet Watson referred to was required by legislation in 1992 to provide a comparative study of restorative materials to the consumer, describing the differences in durability and cost of these dental materials.
The Fact Sheet summarizes information on the most frequently used restorative dental materials.