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dental restoration

restoration

1. induction of a return to a previous state, as a return to health or replacement of a part to normal position.
2. partial or complete reconstruction of a body part, or the device used in its place.

dental restoration
see restorative dentistry.
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The experts identified mining, different hospital and industrial equipments (thermometers and Manometers), Dental fillings, jewelry making, skin whitening creams/soaps, electric batteries, paints and fish species were major sources of mercury in the country, which was considered one of the key causes of nervous system disorders, kidney, lungs, reproductive system and cardiovascular defects.
The Mercury in Dental Filling Disclosure and Prohibition Act, similar to the amalgam-specific state-level legislation discussed above, fails to require insurance companies or Medicaid to pay for alternative filling materials and does not provide sanctioning for dentists who violate the statute.
In this article, we describe an interesting case of a sinonasal fungus ball that resembled dental filling material on radiologic imaging because of its extraordinary radiopacity.
This research, which analyzed data from nearly 15,000 individuals, is the first to demonstrate a relationship between dental fillings and mercury exposure in a nationally representative population.
Dental fillings replace the part of the tooth drilled out in order to remove decay.
In this regard, Ministry of National Health Services, Regulation and Coordination will further conduct the meetings and develops a road map and policy for mercury free dental filling.
Tenders are invited for Purchase Of Bulk purchase of surgical Items as per oha Requirements like cotton, Bandages, syrings, needles, Mask, caps, chemicals, dental Filling materials, catheters, Cannuals, gloves, pop, Surgical blades,
Additionally, increasing use of bisphenol-A in the manufacture of plastics, antioxidants, lining of water pipes, dental filling sealants and foundry castings is likely to augment acetone market demand.
Another issue which Philippine dental experts, health officials and regulators are still trying to resolve is how to deal with dental amalgams, which are very useful as a dental filling material but contains mercury which scares a lot of health advocates because of its potential toxic side effects.
One expert said: "This finding is perhaps the most ancient evidence of prehistoric dentistry in Europe and the earliest known direct example of therapeutic-palliative dental filling so far.
He then punched him in the face, knocking out a dental filling and leav-ing his facebruised.
4163: "To prohibit after 2006 the introduction into interstate commerce of mercury intended for use in dental filling, and for other purposes.