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opalescent

 [o″pal-es´ent]
showing a milky iridescence, like an opal.

o·pa·les·cent

(ō-pă-les'ent),
Resembling an opal in the display of various colors; denoting certain bacterial cultures.
[Fr. fr. L. opalus, opal]

opalescent

/opal·es·cent/ (o″pah-les´int) showing a milky iridescence, like an opal.

opalescent

[ō′pəl·es′ənt]
showing a milky iridescence, like an opal.

o·pa·les·cent

(ōpă-lesĕnt)
Resembling an opal in the display of various colors.
[Fr. fr. L. opalus, opal]

opalescent

showing a milky iridescence, like an opal.
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DGI-II (hereditary opalescent dentin) has the same dentin defects as DGI-I but has not been found to be related to any collagen defect and has no osteogenic component.
Together with the transparency of the glass, this gives the installed material an appealing opalescent look in both the smooth and textured versions.
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2) The term 'hereditary opalescent dentin' was first used by Skillen (2), Finn (3) and Hodges (4) to describe the brown translucent teeth that have an opalescent sheen and are lacking in pulp chambers.
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