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Soft silvery-white metallic chemical element that resembles platinum Palladium
Commonly referred to as BIS-GMA Dimethacrylate
The effect of electrical shock that results when two metals touch Galvanic Reaction
What material would most likely be selected for provisional coverage? Acrylic Resin
Class I restoration Pit-and-fissure Cavities
Class II restoration Posterier Interproximal Cavities
Class III restoration Anterior Interproximal Cavities
Class IV restoration Anterior Interproximal Cavities involving the incisal edge
Class V restoration Smooth surface cavities
Class VI restoration Cavities or abrasions including the incisal edge or occlusal cusp
The 3 noble metals used in making indirect restorations Gold, Palladium and Platinum
Describe the make up of amalgam Silver (to strengthen), Tin (to strengthen and for workablility), Copper (to strengthen and for low corrosive properties), Mercury (to provide easy application and adaptability to tooth structure)
Define the uses of glass ionomer Permanent cementation, restorations, liners and bonding.
Define the uses of zinc phosphate Permanent cementation and insulating base
Define the uses of zinc-oxide eugenol Permanent cementation, temporary cementation and insulating base
Define the uses of Polycarboxylate Permanent cementation and insulating base
Define the use of intermediate restorative material Temporary restorative material
The procedure used to remove plaque from interproximal tooth surfaces Flossing
The procedure used to remove plaque from tooth surfaces Toothbrushing
The procedure used to remove plaqu and stains from the teeth after calculus is removed Coronal Polishing
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