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gold foil

(gōld foyl),
Pure gold rolled into extremely thin sheets; used in the restoration of carious or fractured teeth.
See also: cohesive gold, noncohesive gold.

gold foil

pure gold that has been rolled and beaten into a very thin sheet, used for making foil pellets, which are a direct dental restorative material. The main types of gold foil are cohesive, semicohesive, and noncohesive.

gold foil

(gōld foyl)
Pure gold rolled into extremely thin sheets; used in the restoration of carious or fractured teeth.

gold foil

(gōld foyl)
Pure gold produced in extremely thin sheets that is then rolled for use in dentistry to restore carious or fractured teeth.
See also: cohesive gold, noncohesive gold
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