restorative dental materials

re·stor·a·tive den·tal ma·te·ri·als

materials used to replace oral tissues in dentistry; for example, amalgam, gold alloys, cements, porcelain, plastics, and denture materials.

re·stor·a·tive den·tal ma·te·ri·als

(rĕ-stōră-tiv dentăl mă-tērē-ălz)
Materials used to replace oral tissues in dentistry; e.g., amalgam, gold alloys, cements, porcelain, plastics, and denture materials.
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5.2.1 High Costs of Restorative Dental Materials & Dental Implants
In addition, measuring the proper mechanical and physical properties of the restorative dental materials is important for both material selection and the clinical performance of materials.
Moreover, the various staining properties of tested pediatric drugs on the color stability of restorative dental materials possibly in relation to their pH levels and sugar contents should be kept in mind by pediatric health professionals and parents as similarly reported for possible long-term undesirable outcomes in terms of erosion and caries [15,18,19,22, 23].
Sorption and solubility of resin-based restorative dental materials. J Dent 2003; 31: 43-50.
It is important to determine the susceptibility to colour change in restorative dental materials as they are constantly exposed to saliva, beverages and food stains.
[5.] Ralph W.Philips, The new era in restorative dental materials, Oper Dent, 1, 29-35 (1976).