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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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In rare cases, Cd-containing dental alloys may lead to systemic intoxication (Borowiak et al.
The quality of laser welded joints of some dental alloys can be evaluated by invasive and non-invasive methods.
Corrosion behaviour of dental alloys is one factor used to determine the material degradation and biocompatibility.
Together the combined companies will have a strong presence in the United States and Germany, two of the world's largest markets, as well as an enhanced competitive position in Japan, believed to be the world's largest single market for dental alloys.
Ola Johansson commented, "Our expanded customer base and recently-formed subsidiaries in major European markets have resulted in increased demand for our dental alloys and related dental restoration products in the current fiscal year, ending May 1995.
Watanabe et al (2000) Effect of casting method on castability of titanium and dental alloys, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine vol.
Palladium is also used in dental alloys, in jewelry and in the chemical industry.
It is still used in that capacity and in many others, including metal working, ceramic manufacturing, electronic applications, laboratory work, extraction, dental alloys and sporting goods.
Keywords: Crowns and bridges, Dentures, Dental alloys, porcelain powder, Computer aided design/computer aided manufacture (CAD/CAM) systems
The aim of this work is to contribute to the understanding of the effect of fluoride on titanium based dental alloys.
Two dental alloys, such as alloy "C" and WIRONIT were investigated in order to put in evidence main structural characteristics after laser welding.