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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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However, hazards of mercury from amalgam restorations on human health and environment have impelled the development of new restorative materials.
19)-(22) This finding is supported by the results of the systematic review which showed that glassionomer had a higher caries-preventive effect than amalgam restorations in permanent teeth, with no difference in primary teeth.
According to a comparative study of amalgam and composite restorations done in Norway, the mean age of failed amalgam restorations is around 11 years while the mean age for failed composite restorations is around 8 years; significantly lower than amalgam (10).
Mercury release from dental amalgam restorations after magnetic resonance imaging and following mobile phone use.
F, The development of resin-bonding for amalgam restorations.
Release of mercury vapour from amalgam restorations is known to occur but intensive research over the past three decades have failed to identify deleterious health outcomes [9,10].
Since the obturated canals were to be stored for 10 months, the coronal 2 to 3 mm of gutta-percha was removed with the System B, sealed with a 2 to 3 mm amalgam restoration (Tytin amalgam, Kerr Corporation, Orange, CA), and stored in 100% relative humidity at 37[degrees]C for 10 months.
Mickenautsch S, Yengopal V, Banerjee A (2009) Atraumatic restorative treatment versus amalgam restoration longevity: a systematic review.
Similar values of specificity for all methods at the enamel threshold mean that all methods performed similarly in identifying a sound site around an amalgam restoration.
This is because dental insurance companies are more likely to reimburse a patient for an amalgam restoration on a molar, but decline to reimburse for composite restorations because the amalgam restoration is cheaper and fits the standard of care.
Both methods described identical steps involved in cavity preparation for class I amalgam restoration.
Key words: cavity wall thickness, fracture strength, p ulpotomized primary molar teeth, amalgam restoration
Obturation was done by cold lateral compaction technique and then the tooth was permanently restored with amalgam restoration.
Basic concepts of cavity preparation for amalgam restoration were introduced by Dr.