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what does acid etch usually consist of maleic acid or phosphoric acid
The release of this by some varnishes helps with hypersensitivity in cervical areas fluoride
Do you glass ionomers release fluroide yes
how many classes of restorations are there six
What classes of restorations would a matrix system be used on Class II, ClassIII and class IV
What is the procedure after etching if the tooth becomes contaminated with saliva start over
What are examples of a direct restorative materials Amalgam, Composite resins and glass ionomers
When a material in a tooth expands and contracts it allows for this to happen Microleakage
What is the process of conservatively removing defective or decayed tooth structure or failed dental restoration while leaving maximum healthy tooth structure to support a restoration. Cavity preperation
The expansion and contraction of a dental restorative material within a restoration refers to its? Thermal properties
What is the measurement of how much a material will dissolve in a liquid? Solubility
The ability of a material to flow over a surface is called? Wettability
a soft metal made of alloy mixed with mercury to restore teeth amalgam
What type of restoration can be manipulated, adapted, and placed into the cavity preparation? Direct
What causes the sedative effect when using zinc oxide eugenol? Eugenol
What causes anterior resins to have a higher polish ability than posteriors? Micro-filler
What is placed if there is a pulp exposure or the cavity comes to close to the pulp? An indirect pulp cap
Another name for Dycal Calcium Hydroxide
The correct sequence when laying supplementary materials for a restoration on a deep cavity preparation Liner,base,dentin sealer, and bonding system
Where in the dental preparation is the dental liner placed? In the deepest portion of the dental preperation
Why do we overfill the cavity preparation with amalgam to allow for carving
What are the rock like particles that add strength to a composite resin? Fillers
What is used to protect the tooth from damaging effects of moisture? Varnish
What is another product placed between the liner and the permanent restoration to help protect the pulp? Base
Materials or low-viscosity resins that are used to improve retention between two objects, such as enamel and dentin, and the restoration are called what? Bonding agents
What agents are used for sealing dental tubules, bonding enamel to repair fractured teeth, and bonding amalgam to dentin for a restoration. Bonding
mixture of metals Alloy
The resistance of a material to flow Viscosity
The property of being shaped or formed under pressure without breaking Malleability
A soft metal made of alloy mixed with mercury to restore form and function of teeth Amalgam
A gold, porcelain, or resin filling made to fit a prepared cavity cemented or bonded in place to restore a decayed or broken tooth Inlay
Tooth colored filling material made of silica or porcelain particles interlaced with liquid resin Composite Resin
To mix together, usually referring to the mixing of alloy with mercury to form amalgam Triturate
Adhering tooth colored resin composite to tooth surface to create a bond Bonding
A gold , porcelain, or resin filling that covers one or more cusps of a tooth; used to restore a decayed or broken tooth Onlay
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