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the act of making new or as if new again

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getting something back again

the state of being restored to its former good condition

some artifact that has been restored or reconstructed

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6%) of the students were in need of at least one dental restoration (Table 2).
The association between various type of prosthetic dental restoration used and other variables (age, gender,employment status and medical history) are presented in Table 2.
Are amalgam dental restorations containing mercury safe for children?
The growing options for dental restoration within private industry will also become a growing trend for Army consumers in the years to come.
We report the development of subcutaneous emphysema in a middle-aged woman that occurred several hours after she had undergone a dental restoration procedure.
NIBBLING The revelations about how cracks move through teeth should spur the development of next-generation materials for dental restoration, such as crowns, caps, and cavity fillings, Grayson says.
The analysis confirmed that resin cement has superior chemical bonding characteristics and reduces the number of sharp flaws and voids responsible for dental restoration failures.
It's as hard as a typical dental restoration, but less likely to crack," Kollbe Ahn, materials scientist at UCSB's Marine Science Institute, says of the composite.
A more specific sampling of topics: polymerization shrinkage of dental restoration material in cavities, the dynamics of flower head movement in bio-system, the synthesis and characterization of silk fiber reinforced cepu composites, magnetic field actuation of shape memory nanocomposites, the effect of ceramic fillers on mechanical properties of bamboo fiber reinforced epoxy composites, fully degradable jute fiber reinforced polylactide composites applicable to car interiors, and studies of natural rubber grafted with acrylic monomers.
to dental restoration than crowns, but aren't reversible.
The use of CAD/CAM for producing dental restoration represents the most sophisticated use of computers in dentistry so far," says Jack D.
This syndrome typically does not affect healthy teeth, but can cause problems for those with gum disease, dental infections, decay, abscesses, and failing or incomplete dental restoration work.
Whereas criticism is rampant as far as introduction of toxic substances via dental restoration is concerned, their usefulness as a vehicle to transfer beneficial and therapeutic substances in to the oral environment is comparatively somewhat unexplored.
Among the applications: drug and protein delivery, bone grafting and tissue engineering, dental restoration and bone replacement, and sensor technology, to name a few.
The objective of the present study was to determine the clinical reasons leading to the decision of dental restoration placement and replacement.