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Dental Cements

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A chemical reaction that gives off heat. Exothermic reaction
Hardening of a material with the use of a high-intensity light. Light cured
A viscous material used to attach a dental prosthesis firmly to the tooth by means of a chemical reaction. Luting agent
The mixing of two materials together to create a chemical reaction to harden a material. Chemically cured
This cement is used as an insulating base and permanent cement for cast restorations. Zinc phosphate
This cement is used as a temporary restoration and sedative dressing. Zinc Oxide Eugenol
This is used to mix cements on. Glass Slab
This type of cement gives off flouride. Glass Ionomer
The use of this is critical when removing excess cement from around the margins, an interproximal areas after seating a crown. Fulcrum
When mixing Zinc phosphate the powder should be added to the liquid in this way. Increments
The ability of a material to be pliable enough to be molded and manipulated into the preparation of a tooth. Flow
Having a uniform structure or composition throught. Homogenous
Pulling and stretching of a material. Light cured
Squeezing of a material without crushing. Compressive stress
Parallel forces created by sliding in opposite directions. Chemically cured
The primary sponsor of dental research. Zinc phosphate
This cement is used as a temporary restoration and sedative dressing. Zinc Oxide Eugenol
National institute of health. NIH
The ability of a material to stick to a dissimilar material. Soluability
The use of this is critical when removing excess cement from around the margins, an interproximal areas after seating a crown. Soluability
When mixing Zinc phosphate the powder should be added to the liquid in this way.
Created by: mgarrett on 2010-02-27



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