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ce·men·ta·tion

(sē'men-tā'shŭn),
1. The process of attaching parts by means of a cement.
2. In dentistry, attaching a restoration to natural teeth by means of a cement.

ce·men·ta·tion

(sē'men-tā'shŭn)
1. The process of attaching parts by means of a cement.
2. In dentistry, attaching a restoration to natural teeth by means of a cement.

ce·men·ta·tion

(sē'men-tā'shŭn)
1. In dentistry, attaching a restoration to natural teeth by means of a cement.
2. Process of attaching parts by means of a cement.
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The different origin of the cementation is evident form the wide variation in stable isotope composition data and indicates that the examined section has a multistage cementation history.
In December 2015 Cementation purchased Merit Consultants International, a provider of project and construction management services to clients in the international mining community.
This study was done to establish that which one of these luting cements offe rs better results in terms of post cementation sensitivity in abutments of fixed partial dentures having vital pulps with full coverage restorations.
It is then followed by meteoric diagenesis leading to neomorphism and cementation. At last the Mughal Kot carbonates have undergone burial settings.
Caption: Cementation has slip-formed the headframe at Macassa Mine, and shaft-sinking infrastructure has been set into place in preparation for further development.
In this study the respondents mentioned that in their experience overall hypersensitivity was witnessed by 46 (46.0%) respondents after the cementation. (Table 1 and Table 2)
The patient reported that he was satisfied with the restorative treatment provided following the initial cementation and subsequently at the 1-year follow-up appointment.
In this study, a series of small-scale laboratory experiments were conducted to reinforce sand using the MICP technique with bacteria and cementation solutions sprayed on top surface of the sand specimen.
The soil permeability was measured during the MICP process after each injection of cementation solution.
Results inferred there is statistically significant difference between klebsiella species (p=0.02,<0.05) before and after cementation were 1.50 x [10.sup.6]cfu and 1.70 x [10.sup.6]cfu, spirochete (p=0.015,<0.05) were 1.50 x 106cfu and 1.64 x [10.sup.6]cfu, lactobacillus (p=0.04,<0.05) were 1.47 x [10.sup.6]cfu and 1.73 x [10.sup.6]cfu, streptococcus (p= 0.013,<0.05) were 1.36 x [10.sup.6]cfu and 1.52 x [10.sup.6]cfu.
Bone cement is used widely in cavity filling and structural reconstruction in aggressive bone tumors and some low-grade malignant bone tumors.[9] Acrylic cementation treatment after curettage immediately stabilizes the affected limb and releases heat during polymerization that may kill the remaining tumor cells.[10] A recent meta-analysis demonstrates that local recurrence is minimal in acrylic cementation patients.[11] Some authors worry that the usage of acrylic cement may damage the articular cartilage and increase stiffness of the subchondral bone leading to degenerative changes in the adjacent joint.[12],[13] No literature confirms that there has been an increased risk of osteoarthritis with cementation following the treatment of GCTs.
On Thursday we revealed two files entitled "Cementation contract: Mark Thatcher and the Omanis" are listed as being "retained" for 65 years.