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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Recasting of Ni-Cr dental alloys is the current topic in the literature.
In rare cases, Cd-containing dental alloys may lead to systemic intoxication (Borowiak et al.
Concerning the standards requirements for Type 5 dental alloys, both alloys can be considered suitable for clinical use in their heat-treated condition.
Invitro corrosion resistance of new dental alloys. Biomat Med Dev Art Org 1973; 1:121-129.
Corrosion behaviour of dental alloys is one factor used to determine the material degradation and biocompatibility.
Since nickel is the most common metal used in different dental alloys, orthodontic appliances and maxillofacial surgery, hence the present study was designed to get the exact lytic effect of nickel sulphate on gross, histological as well as biochemical basis.
A proposal for the classification of dental alloys according to their resistance to corrosion.
Study of Pd-Ag dental alloys: examination of effect of casting porosity on fatigue behavior and microstructural analysis.
Lab owner Graham Cobb says there is an ISO test for corrosion of dental alloys, "but nobody has paid to put this alloy through the ISO corrosion test." The MHRA maintains there have been no reports of NPG corrosion in UK dental labs and has no plans to put NPG through an ISO corrosion test.
Key words: macroscopic visual inspection, electron microscopy, Ni-Cr dental alloys, laser welding, prostheses
In 2002 the group further diversified with the acquisition of Global Envirotec Solutions to boost its environmental division as well as Charles Booth, a supplier of dental alloys.