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ab·sor·bent points

cones of paper or paper products used to dry or maintain medicaments during root canal therapy.

ab·sor·bent points

(ăb-sōrbĕnt poynts)
Cones of paper or paper products used to dry or maintain medicaments during root canal therapy.
Synonym(s): paper point.
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