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Ch 47 vocabulary

Dental lab materials and procedures

QuestionAnswer
anatomic portion the structural portion of a dental model created from the alginate impression
articulator dental laboratory device that simulates mandibular and temporomandibular joint movement when models of the dental arches are attached to it
die an accurate replica of the prepared portion of a tooth used in the laboratory during the fabrication of a cast restoration
dimensionally stable resistant to changes in width, height, and length
gypsum mineral used in the formation of plaster of paris and stone
homogenous having a uniform quality and consistency throughout
lathe machine used for cutting or polishing dental appliances
model replica of the maxillary and mandibular arches made from an impression
monomer a molucule that when combined with other molecules, forms a polymer
polymer compound of many molecules
slurry mixture of gypsum and water used in the finishing of models
volatile substances that can evaporate easily and is very explosive
Created by: mdeose1 on 2011-04-07



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