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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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can exert up to 250 pounds of pressure on teeth and can cause irreversible damage, including worn enamel, loss of tooth shape and flattened surface.
Over time, root surface overinstrumentation leads to irreversible loss of tooth structure, accompanying hypersensitivity, and an adverse condition in which patients needlessly suffer.
Tooth decay is an infectious disease caused by a micro-organism which affects the teeth, causing loss of tooth structure and eventually loss of the tooth itself, which has affected children as young as five whose baby teeth were even affected.
This loss of tooth structure permits the invasion of bacteria that results in dental decay.
The main clinical characteristics are extensive loss of tooth tissue, poor aesthetics, and tooth sensitivity.