dental restoration


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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 demand for prosthetic dental restoration were 64% among females while only 35% males.
The longevity of dental restorations depends on many factors including dental materials, the dentist, and patient hygiene habits.
During the dental restoration that precipitated her emphysema, the dentist had used an air-and-water syringe that operates at low air pressure.
Having perfected the art of adhering to irregular surfaces under the variable conditions of the intertidal zone--evolving to resist pounding waves, the blazing heat of the sun, and cycles of salt water Immersion and windy dryness--mussels presented the ideal model for more durable dental restoration materials.
DCPA-incorporated nanocomposite and ion impregnable microcapsules are new horizons for drug delivery using dental restorations.
Dental restoration is an art of reforming the contours of parts of teeth destroyed by lesions or injury, thereby restoring their functional properties.