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material

1. cloth or fabric
2. Philosophy composed of or relating to physical as opposed to mental or spiritual substance
3. Philosophy of or relating to matter as opposed to form
4. Law relevant to the issue before court: applied esp to facts or testimony of much significance
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Acids from foods and plaque-forming bacteria erode not only teeth but dental materials too (SN: 10/8/88, p.
A syringe infusion pumps, electrosurgical equipment, disposable medical toolkit prostate brachytherapy procedures, dental materials, venous puncture blood collection devices, and collection bags and bandanas.
This survey report on dental materials examines practitioner preferences of dentists and attitudes towards the various injection products currently available across the United States.
of Washington) discuss the latest dental materials and their chemical properties, including many illustrations of manipulation techniques.
00 dental cements and other dental materials, dental fillings; Bone cements for restoration) (cement)
OTC Bulletin Board: HEWA), a leading retail mail-order pharmacy and GC America, a leading dental products company focused on research and development of dental materials, have partnered to distribute MI Paste, a professional dental product which helps strengthen your teeth to aid in keeping them cavity resistant.
This text offers a review of basic and applied principles of dental materials and an update on current dental products, for predoctoral and graduate students, dental practitioners, dental hygienists, and dental technicians.
Contract awarded for Purchase Of Dental Materials And Office Memo 206
DENTAL MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES OVERVIEW CAVITY TREATMENT SUPPLIES Amalgam Fillings Composite Fillings Ionomer Fillings All-Porcelain Fillings Gold Alloys Base-Metal Alloys Articulating Paper and Accessories
The rest are organized into sections on calcium phosphate, bioglass, calcium phosphate cements, injectable materials, composites, bioactive titanium and materials, zirconia ceramics, dental materials, scaffolds, osteoinduction, cell-material interactions, drug delivery, animal studies, and clinical applications.
Among the topics are tissue engineering, osteoinductive materials, dental materials, wear, bioactive coatings and biomimetic apatites, ceramic composites, and nanomaterials.