Week 2 Vocab
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Week 2 Vocab
Upright portion of the mandible
The articulation of the mandle with he emporal bone
Junction of the cavity prep and the exerior surface of he tooth.
The fanned out portion of the cavity prep.
Clearing of the cavity, removal of decay.
Small opening between the ooth and the restoration ha allows seepage.
Electrical current created whenever two dissimilar metal arepresent in he oral cavity with salvia.
Beauty or appearance.
Internal reaction within the body to an externally applied force.
Ability of a material to withstand deformation under tensil (PULLING, STRETCHING)
Ability of a material to withstand deformation under compressive stress (PUSH)
Anything tha restores lost tooth structure back to its original state.
An infectious disease that progressively destroys tooth substance.
Mercury combined with an alloy used for restoration (SILVER FILLING)
Located near pupal area and parallel with lone axis of tooth
Tooth colored resins used for restoration (WHITE FILLING)
Ceramic containing minerals held together by glass
The body's internal system of nourishing compact bone
Connective tissue that covers the outside of bone.
Contact relationship of upper and lower teeth as they move against each other.
An air filled cavity wihin a bone.
A hallow, grooved or depressed area of a bone or tooth.
Wave-like muscle action of the inesine.
The force that causes unlike structure to attatch to each other.