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Impression

A user's view of an online advertisement. Each time a website viewer sees an online ad, this is one impression. The more impressions an ad receives, the more likely it is that a user will click on it. Most online ads are sold by cost per thousand of impressions. See also: CPC.
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Dimensional stability of dental impressions after immersion disinfection.
Jedynakiewicz, The dimensional stability of dental impression materials following immersion in disinfecting solutions, Dent Mater.
So why should dental buyers consider a purchase of impression materials, dental burs and dental impression materials from Kaya Dental's online warehouse?
The latent demand for manufacturing dental equipment and supplies, dental chairs, dental instrument delivery systems, dental hand instruments, and dental impression material is not actual or historic sales.
The acquisition adds to 3M's oral care business proprietary intraoral scanning technology that enables capturing 3-D digital dental impressions used to design and produce crowns, bridges and orthodontic appliances.
Following a procedure similar to past researchers', she applied glue used for dental impressions to the underside of each leaf.
On March 10, 2007, the state of Tennessee passes legislation specifying that "taking dental impressions for the purpose of creating dental jewelry does constitute the practice dentistry.
Experts examined dental impressions, they implicated Cochrane and "ruled out" other potential carers, added the prosecutor.
Whether it's taking dental impressions, scheduling appointments, overseeing billing processes or discussing treatment options with patients, dental assistants play an invaluable part on the dental team.
In his clinical capacity, McCurdy prepares each patient before the dentist arrives by explaining the procedures and taking dental impressions of their teeth.
In creating his life-size 3-D sculptures, Hitchcock first coats a model's body with alginate, a cold, clammy, quick-drying putty traditionally used to make dental impressions.
Lamont, who intends to plead not guilty, claims taking dental impressions is a contravention of the European Convention on Human Rights.