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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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At this time, its use is limited for various reasons, namely, it has been associated with cracked tooth syndrome [15-17], its physical-mechanical properties differ from those of natural dental structures, the esthetics are poor, less conservative tooth preparations may be needed due to their lack of adhesiveness [18], and there is a potential release of mercury, which can be toxic [19,20].
After all those hours and hours of dance practices and other serious and exciting preparations, I came down with a cold and the mother of all toothaches from a cracked tooth we tried to save by root canal.
Because of the cracked tooth, I had a crown put on it that cost $750 out of pocket and missed work to go to the dentist.
When Peel saw him again speaking to his former partner he went over and pushed or slapped him hard causing him to stagger back and when Mr Steadman tried to step in he was headbutted in the face, suering a chipped and a cracked tooth.
All's well that ends well, save for a cracked tooth, some minor cuts from the shoulder belt and a spike in blood pressure.
If you already have a cracked tooth, visit your dentist as soon as possible.