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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Influence of artificial saliva on the corrosion of dental alloys.
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.
The release of nickel ions in dental prosthesis can cause transient hepatotoxicity on insertion of appliance; therefore nickel free dental alloys should be preferred.
A proposal for the classification of dental alloys according to their resistance to corrosion.
There is no evidence of carcinogenicity associated with using intraoral dental alloys with Ni content.
Effects of Ni and Mo on the microstructure and some other properties of Co-Cr dental alloys.
Watanabe et al (2000) Effect of casting method on castability of titanium and dental alloys, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine vol.
The order, described as a "first order", covers the supply of dental alloys.
Growth in specialty glass production, dental alloys and petroleum refining combined to produce a 3 percent increase in industrial demand.
Palladium--a soft, gray-white metal that resembles platinum--is a component in dental alloys, jewelry, and electrical contacts.