tooth cavity


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tooth cavity

(1) Pulp cavity; cavitas dentis [NA]. 
(2) Caries, see there.
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This method is based on the devitalization and complete extirpation of the pulp from the tooth cavity and root canals, and complete permanent filling of the tooth cavity.
The composite applicator is dental equipment for extrusion of warm composites, which will help dentists work faster in precision placement of composite material to tooth cavity during restorative procedure.
2 Check your mouthwash `If your mouthwash contains alcohol, it may damage the tooth cavity,' warns Phil.
Bethesda is way below to your right with the great broken- tooth cavity of its quarry dominating the town.
Using an even higher number of small tooth cavity volumes will allow pressure fluctuations to be additionally reduced.
The appeals court held that the defendant's alleged refusal to treat the tooth cavity would constitute deliberate indifference to a serious medical need under the Eighth Amendment because the cavity would degenerate with increasingly serious implications if neglected over sufficient time, and according to the court, the inmate "had few teeth to spare.