dental

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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Wang and Shaw (2005) looked at using dental porcelains in RP applications to directly fabricate dental implants.
Richard Austin, announced that he has placed over 45,000 dental porcelain veneers / restorations at his practice in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Coverage includes the history of metal-ceramic restoration; dental porcelain chemistry; casting alloys for bonding to dental porcelain; metal-ceramic substructure design; spruing, investing, and casting; how dental porcelain bonds to metal; preparation of the metal substructure for porcelain; applying porcelain to the metal substructure; and adjusting and finishing the restoration.