convenience form


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con·ve·nience form

the changes needed outside the basic outline form to enable proper instrumentation for the cavity preparation and insertion of a dental restoration.

con·ve·nience form

(kŏn-vēnyĕns fōrm)
Alterations in form or shape (outside the basic outline) of a cavity preparation to ease removal of decay and to enable proper instrumentation for the cavity preparation and insertion of a dental restoration.
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