Tooth

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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Dentists often use a eugenol-based temporary cement to cement temporary teeth, which allows relatively easy removal of the temporary restoration at the try-in visit to place the final crown.
Their topics include monitoring TiOin2 nanotube elaboration conditions in order to identify various characteristics of nanostructures, a new approach to evaluating surface properties of natural temporary teeth from highly polluted areas, spectral investigation into the degree of degradation in Romanian historical leather, the one-step potentiostatic electrodeposition of polypyrrole coatings on zinc coated steel surfaces, and the influence of various binders on the protective properties of paint coatings.
It was initially called conduct of the first teething, believed to contain a branch of the inferior alveolar artery dedicated to the irrigation of temporary teeth, but later studies determined that this formation lodges a vein, called by Figun & Garino (2001), as vein of Serres.

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