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Cavity prep

POS 512 Divisions, surfaces of the teeth

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axial wall internal surface of a cavity preparation positioned in the same vertical direction as the pulp within the tooth
cavity pitted area in a tooth caused by decay
cavity preparation process of decay removal and tooth design in preparation for restoring a tooth
cavity wall internal surface of a cavity preparation
line angle junction of two walls in a cavity preparation
operative dentistry term commonly used to describe restorative and esthetic dentistry
outline form design and initial depth of sound tooth structure used by the dentist when restoring a tooth
pulpal wall surface of the cavity preparation perpendicular to the pulp of a tooth
Created by: mdeose1