crazing

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craz·ing

(krā'zing),
In dentistry, the appearance of minute cracks on the surface of plastic restorations such as filling materials, denture teeth, or denture bases.
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The development of minute cracks on plastic prosthetics and restorations—e.g., filling materials, teeth, or base
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crazing

(krāz′ĭng)
Minute fissures on the surface of natural or artificial teeth.
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craz·ing

(krāz'ing)
In dentistry, appearance of minute cracks on surface of plastic restorations such as filling materials, denture teeth, or denture bases.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012