enamel


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Synonyms for enamel

hard white substance covering the crown of a tooth

a colored glassy compound (opaque or partially opaque) that is fused to the surface of metal or glass or pottery for decoration or protection

a paint that dries to a hard glossy finish

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any smooth glossy coating that resembles ceramic glaze

coat, inlay, or surface with enamel

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Under the company's two clinical trials, the ECD system detected the earliest forms of mineral loss in enamel well before an actual cavity was formed.
Compared with the transparent famille verte enamels of the previous period, this new opaque palette could be fired at a lower temperature and had a wider colour range.
The trendy product may also leave tooth enamel susceptible to deterioration and erosion, which can lead to sensitivity and cavities.
Key Words: Enamel bond strength, adhesives; low-shrinkage, Silorane based-composite, selective etching.
The late or the improper diagnosis can result in mismanagement of the defect, tooth sensitivity to cold air and hot water, rapid development of dental caries, pulpal inflammation, enamel and restoration breakdown and early loss of affected first permanent molars.
In human body, dental enamel is the hardest tissue.
It becomes enamel as the molten glass powder solidifies on the disc.
Sakaida Kakiemon I (1596-1666) mastered the techniques of overglaze enamel painting in Arita.
The prevalence of enamel defects and recurrent apthous stomatitis (RAS) was greater in celiac patients than in the control group.
Results: Thedetrimental effects of hydrogen per-oxide on enamel were evident in bleached specimens under SEM, and AFM analysis.
Followed by it a strip of cellophane tape is adhered on to the etched surface and kept it for 15 minutes, a piece of cotton is used to rub the tape over the etched surface for better adaptation and proper collection of impression of enamel rod end patterns.
Honest Gardener range: grey Polar Gear flask, PS10, enamel tray, PS8, enamel plate and bowl, PS2.
is is one of a pair, its twin being similarly decorated but with white enamel on blue instead of red.
The Japanese term for enamelware directly translates as 'Seven Treasures', a Buddhist term which references precious materials including gold, silver, coral, emerald and pearl whose qualities can be seen in the highly polished finish of the enamel wares.
Red enamel coffee pot, PS15, Bouf | Red enamel coffee pot, PS15, Bouf | Victor bread tin, PS28.