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technique

A particular method or way of doing something. The word comes from the Greek "techne," which is an art, craft or skill. See technology.
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Effect of root canal filling techniques on the bond strength of epoxy resin-based sealers.
There were no statistically significant differences between the filling techniques in the canals instrumented with SAF (P = 0.292).
With its through-the-printer-head filling technique, the machine has eliminated the messy, cumbersome and, at times, dangerous process of cutting and drilling that other ink-jet refilling systems use, says a company spokesman.
PPPL's engineering team effectively addressed all challenges by developing an innovative system -- Diamond Wire Cutting used in conjunction with a concrete filling technique -- which reduced worker radiation exposure, airborne emissions, and waste generation.
While the effectiveness of any filling technique is product-dependent, in many cases current aseptically processed and packaged foods generally offer no significant quality or taste advantages over hot-filled or cold-filled products.
The filling technique was sloppy, and sometimes more than a dozen fillings were put in at one time-hardly what any responsible dentist would dare do!
It has been reported that the root canal filling technique may affect the occurrence of dentinal defects [8, 20].
The MicroSeal (AnalyticEndodontics/Kerr, Orange, USA) is a thermomechanical filling technique that comprises placement of a laterally compacted master gutta-percha cone and additional gutta-percha to backfill the canal.
The carrier-based filling technique does not employ compaction in the apical third while the material is cooling down to compensate for the material shrinkage, which is considered a limitation of this obturation technique [25,28].
In addition, the packaging format needed to be easy for Caffe Nero's employees to prepare in-store and rigid enough to cope with the hot-fill, blast chill filling technique without panelling.
The specimens were divided into three groups according to the filling technique: MS, SB, and LC Groups.
Due to the aseptic filling technique used by Eckes, the preform had to withstand a certain amount of pressure.