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re·sis·tance form

the shape given to a cavity preparation that enables the dental restoration to withstand masticatory forces.
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re·sis·tance form

(rĕ-zistăns fōrm)
Shape given to a cavity preparation that enables dental restoration to withstand masticatory forces.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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To allow tooth preparation of sufficient resistance form for the future crowns, it was decided to cement glass fibre posts on 11 and 21 with composite core build-up to restore the palatal tooth surface loss.
Resistance forms, quasisymmetric maps, and heat kernel estimates.
The conflicting interests of the imperial politicians, generals, strategists and military officers on the one hand and the civilian population and resistance form an immense gap.
Aframax rates in the Nsea enjoyed a small hop upwards as tonnage for end May and early June was fixed away, and charterers seeking to cover loading windows for this period will surely experience more resistance form owners with vessels remaining.
"If the government and the resistance form part of the same front, this country will follow the path of greatness and development, and the Zionist regime will not be able to do it the least harm", Khamenei said.