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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Variation in color between intended matched shade and fabricated shade of dental porcelain.
Wang and Shaw (2005) looked at using dental porcelains in RP applications to directly fabricate dental implants.
The regular dental porcelain, being glassy in nature, is largely non-crystalline, and exhibits only a short-range order in atomic arrangement, which is referred to as dental glass ceramics.
Dental materials are used for direct restoration of a tooth in order to save its function while indirect materials include pre-formed metal crowns, dental porcelain, and cast restorations.
25) Thus, prolonged exposure to hydrogen peroxide through at-home bleaching treatment may potentially affect dental porcelain and may produce alterations on the porcelain's surface.