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Zinc Oxide Eugenol Is best used as a sedative base.
Bonding agents Materials or low viscosity resins that are used to improve retention between two objects, like enamel and dentin, and the restoration.
In Dentistry Bonding agents are used for sealing dental tubules, bonding enamel to repair fractured teeth, and bonding amalgam to dentin for a restoration.
Acid Etchant Is usually maleic acid or phosphoric acid.
Fluoride Is released by some varnishes to help with hypersensitivity of cervical areas.
Alloy Mixture of two or more metals.
Amalgam A soft metal made of alloy mixed with mercury to restore form and function of a tooth or teeth.
Bonding Adhering tooth colored resin composite to tooth surface to create a bond.
Composite resin Tooth colored filling material made of silica or porcelain particles interlaced with liquid resin.
Cured Treated by chemical or physical process to improve the properties such as hardness and strength.
Inlay A gold, porcelain, or resin filling made to fit a prepared cavity cemented or bonded in place to restore a decayed or broken tooth.
Malleability The property of being shaped or formed under pressure without breaking.
Onlay A gold, porcelain, or resin filling that covers one or more cusps of a tooth; used to restore a decayed or broken tooth.
Triturate To mix together; usually referring to the mixing of alloy with mercury to form amalgam.
Viscosity The resistance of a material to flow.
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