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*  Bruxism
... can cause significant tooth wear if it is severe, and sometimes dental restorations (crowns, fillings etc.) are damaged ... Tooth fractures, and repeated failure of dental restorations (fillings, crowns, etc.). Hypersensitive teeth, (e.g. dental pain ... tooth wear, and damage to dental restorations (e.g. crowns and fillings) to teeth. But symptoms may be minimal, without patient ... A dental guard is typically worn during every night's sleep on a long-term basis. However, a meta-analysis of occlusal splints ...
*  Attrition (dental)
Early diagnosis is essential to ensure tooth wear has not progressed past the point of restoration. A thorough examination is ... British Dental Journal, 195 (5), 239. Khan F, Young W G, Daley TJ. Dental erosion and bruxism. A tooth wear analysis from South ... In some cases, dental erosion is also associated with severe dental attrition. Dental erosion is tooth surface loss caused by ... Dental attrition is a type of tooth wear caused by tooth-to-tooth contact, resulting in loss of tooth tissue, usually starting ...
*  Sumter County Does
It looked as if he had been midway through a complete dental restoration. The man had a four-inch appendectomy scar. He also ... She wore blue denim cut-off shorts (Daisy Dukes). She had a floral print scarf tied around her waist as a belt. She wore Stride ... He was wearing faded Levi brand jeans and a red T-shirt. The shirt read "Coors - America's Light Beer" on the front and "Camel ... He also wore a 14-karat gold ring set with a gray star sapphire stone. The initials JPF were engraved inside the ring, which ...
*  Dental restoration
... which can be helpful in diagnosis of dental caries around dental restoration. The filler particles give the composites wear ... A dental restoration or dental filling is a treatment to restore the function, integrity, and morphology of missing tooth ... Dental implants are anchors placed in bone, usually made from titanium or titanium alloy. They can support dental restorations ... Removable dental prostheses (mainly dentures) are sometimes considered a form of indirect dental restoration, as they are made ...
*  Toothache
Occlusal trauma often occurs when a newly placed dental restoration is built too "high", concentrating the biting forces on one ... For example, hypotheses hold that ancient Egyptians had a lot of tooth wear due to desert sand blown on the wind mixing with ... Non-dental causes of toothache are much less common as compared with dental causes. In a toothache of neurovascular origin, ... Dental pain can simulate virtually any facial pain syndrome. However, the vast majority of toothache is caused by dental, ...
*  CoorsTek
Coors Biomedical Co., a Porcelain subsidiary, developed a low-shrinkage, high-alumina porcelain for dental restorations in the ... The product, sold under the name Cerestore™, raised some concerns among dentists for its wear on opposing teeth and its ... laboratory wares Cyclone liners and wear-resistant tiles for effluent separation and mineral dressing Electronic substrates and ...
*  Dental porcelain
... is a porcelain dental material used by a dental technician to create biocompatible lifelike dental restorations, such as crowns ... and the fillings may increase wear on opposing teeth. Della Bona A, Kelly JR (September 2008). "The clinical success of all- ... The ceramic restorations produced by this method have demonstrated excellent fit, strength and longevity. Two basic techniques ... The dentist will usually specify a shade or combination shades for different parts of the restoration, corresponding to a set ...
*  Limpet
... such as biomaterials used in next-generation dental restorations. The structure, composition, and morphological shape of the ... Stress wears preferentially on the front surface of the cusp of the teeth, allowing the back surface to stay sharp and more ... As limpet teeth wear out, they are subsequently degraded (occurring anywhere between 12 and 48 hours) and replaced with new ... As a result, the fully mature teeth are subsequently worn down until they are discarded - at a rate equal to the growth rate. ...
*  Cross-linked polyethylene
Dental applications. Some application of PEX has also been seen in dental restoration as a composite filling material. ... Highly cross-linked polyethylene is used in artificial joints as a wear-resistant material. Cross-linked polyethylene is ... preferred in hip replacement because of its resistance to abrasive wear. Knee replacement, however, requires PE made with ...
*  Dahl effect
Typically, restoring the worn anterior teeth with dental composite to the original proportions will result in an increase in ... One study published in the British Dental Journal, 2011 found that patient satisfaction was high when composite restorations ... "Survival analysis of composite Dahl restorations provided to manage localised anterior tooth wear (ten year follow-up)". ... The appliance was worn for 24 hours each day over a 12 month period except for cleaning after every meal. This caused the ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E06)
... dental restoration wear MeSH E06.780.345.737.250 --- dental veneers MeSH E06.780.345.737.500 --- inlays MeSH E06.780.345.740 ... dental cavity lining MeSH E06.323.400 --- dental restoration failure MeSH E06.323.428 --- dental restoration, permanent MeSH ... dental prosthesis retention MeSH E06.780.345.725 --- dental restoration failure MeSH E06.780.345.737 --- dental restoration, ... dental MeSH E06.170.100 --- dental care for aged MeSH E06.170.152 --- dental care for children MeSH E06.170.205 --- dental care ...
*  Crown (dentistry)
Dentistry portal Dental restoration Dental restorative materials Inlays and onlays Preformed metal crown "Dental Crowns: Uses, ... Krejci, I., Wear of ceramic and other restorative materials. International Symposium on Computer Restorations. Quintessence, ... If the restoration fits well, the dentist can cement the restoration immediately. A dental CAD/CAM machine costs roughly $ ... A crown is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are often needed ...
*  List of unidentified murder victims in the United States
She wore a gold ring with an emerald stone that experts say comes from Belarus, a part of the old Soviet Union. She had dental ... Some cavities were found in the victim's mouth, yet she had some dental care in life, as some "restorations" were visible. The ... No dental care was observable in his mouth, as his teeth had been excellently cared for with no cavities. The young man wore ... It is possible that he wore glasses, although none were found at the scene. He had had a large amount of dental work done on ...
*  Nankali post system
The Nankali post system is a post and cores prosthesis, which is used in prosthodontology and dental restoration. This post and ... The main indications are: Severely damaged crown Trauma Tooth wear (erosion) Hypoplastic conditions As part of another ... For the post-core, it is possible to use different material such as metals or the high strong fibres which is used in dental ... It is also recommended for using bridges, crown or other types of dental prosthetics, if a post core is required for treatment ...
*  Abrasion (dental)
Faculty Dental Journal. 2014 Apr;5(2):78-83. Harpenau LA, Noble WH, Kao RT. Diagnosis and management of dental wear. Today's ... However, in the case of dental decay, aesthetic concerns or defects close to the pulp a restoration may be completed. Further ... In vitro dental studies showed a positive correlation between the highest RDAs and greater dentin wear. Since 1998, the RDA ... The most common cause of dental abrasion, is the combination of mechanical and chemical wear. Tooth brushing is the most common ...
*  Gold teeth
Dental restorations are often made from a combination of precious metals. In Auschwitz: A Doctor's Eyewitness Account, ... Grills were also worn by Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, and Madonna. While some rap musicians have had their gold teeth permanently ... Dentistry portal Grill Prosthodontics Status symbol Dental restoration Nyiszli, Miklós (2011). "Chapter III". Auschwitz: A ... Gold teeth are a form of dental prosthesis. They are sometimes used for cosmetic purposes. Dentists have used gold for filling ...
*  Murder of Tammy Alexander
The teeth were in natural condition, with no restorations or fillings. It did not appear as if she had ever received dental ... She wore brown rippled-sole shoes. The red Auto Sports Products jacket was produced as a one-time promotional item and could ... The girl was wearing a red nylon-lined man's windbreaker jacket with black stripes down the arms, marked inside with the label ... She also wore a silver necklace with three small turquoise stones. The necklace had a homemade appearance and resembled replica ...
*  Acid erosion
If dental erosion occurs in children, a loss of enamel surface characteristics can occur. Amalgam restorations in the mouth may ... Acid erosion, also known as dental erosion, is a type of tooth wear. It is defined as the irreversible loss of tooth structure ... Colgate Dental Aegis. Mandel, Louis (2005). "Dental erosion due to wine consumption". American Dental Association. 136: 71-5. ... Dental Erosion: From Diagnosis to Therapy. Karger Publishers, 2006. (ISBN 9783805580977) "Dental Erosion, summary". Wiley ...
*  List of unidentified murder victims in Michigan
He had extensive dental work, including a partial dental plate, crowns and restorations. However, they had not been performed ... A worn black bikini bottom was the only clothing she wore. Two rings were found on her left hand, one on her index finger and ... She wore a distinctive white shirt with yellow smiley faces, a white bra, white socks and black shoes, as well as a teddy-bear ... The clothing she wore included a red T-shirt, a blue jacket decorated with flags and Nike shoes. One of her front teeth were ...
*  List of unidentified murder victims in New York
She had significant dental restoration, which included gold foil fillings. The victim, who was between 15 and 19 years of age, ... He wore a blue jacket, a black shirt containing a pot of gold design with the words "follow your dreams," jeans and sneakers ... He was wearing a tan three-quarter length raincoat over a dark green suit with faint pinstripes; beneath was a blue dress shirt ... He had had dental work, including fillings, crowns and a possible root canal. He had suffered a fracture of his right hand some ...
*  Sodablasting
The blast nozzle in sodablasting applications is not a typical wear part, as a result nozzles can be ceramic or metal, such as ... Sodablasting is a non-destructive method for many applications in cleaning, paint & varnish stripping, automotive restoration, ... boat hull cleaning and for food processing facilities and equipment and teeth cleaning at the dental office. Sodablasting can ...
*  Dental material
This page is about types of dental restorative materials. For dental fillings see dental restoration Dental materials are ... usually due to dental caries (dental cavities), but also tooth wear and dental trauma. On other occasions, such materials may ... Indirect restorations are ones where the tooth or teeth to receive the restoration are first prepared, then a dental impression ... Dental cements are used most often to bond indirect restorations such as crowns to the natural tooth surface. Examples include ...
*  Cosmetic dentistry
In the past, dental fillings and other tooth restorations were made of gold, amalgam and other metals-some of which were ... Bite Reclamation is for patients who have had years of excessive wear to their teeth due to grinding or acid reflux can alter ... American Society For Dental Aesthetics: Conceived in 1976, the American Society for Dental Aesthetics was developed with a ... "American Society for Dental Aesthetics". "How to Become a Member - American Society for Dental Aesthetics - ASDA". asdatoday. ...
*  Tooth discoloration
Alternatively the appearance of the tooth can be hidden with dental restorations (e.g., composite fillings, veneers, crowns). ... At the same time, the enamel layer is gradually thinned by tooth wear processes such as attrition and acid erosion, a degree of ... At the core of the tooth is soft connective tissue termed the dental pulp. The pulp is pink/red due to its vascularity, but is ... Dental caries (tooth decay) begins as an opaque white spot on the surface of the enamel. As demineralization progresses, the ...
*  Abfraction
If there are concerns around aesthetics or clinical consequences such as dentinal hypersensitivity, a dental restoration (white ... Tooth tissue is gradually weakened causing tissue loss through fracture and chipping or successively worn away leaving a non- ... The impacts of restorations on the chewing surfaces of the teeth being the incorrect height has also been raised as another ... A No.12 scalpel is carefully used by the dental clinician to make a small indentation on the lesion, this is then closely ...
*  Old English
Then, as now, dental suffixes indicated the past tense of the weak verbs, as in work and worked. Old English syntax is similar ... "a-restoration" or retraction. Monophthongisation of the diphthong [ai], and modification of remaining diphthongs to the height- ... "No less far-reaching was the influence of Scandinavian upon the inflexional endings of English in hastening that wearing away ... exhibiting a dental suffix). Verbs have two infinitive forms: bare, and bound; and two participles: present, and past. The ...