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________ is the process of mixing by using a flat flexible metal or plastic instrument.
______ refers to the process of releasing heat.
A(n) _________ refers to a temporary type of tooth coverage used for a short period of time.
A dental material that can be used temporarily or permanently to hold an indirect restoration in place is a(n)
To ______ is to slow down the process of something.
Another name for dental cement is
Another name used to describe permanent cement is
For which of the following procedures would you include temporary cement on the tray setup?
Which variable can affect the addition or loss of water in a material?
What type of zinc oxide-eugenol (ZOE) is used for permanent cementation?
On what type of mixing pad is ZOE mixed?
Treated paper pad
Temp bond is supplied as
two tubes of paste
The main component is the liquid of zinc phosphate is
how do you dissipate the heat from zinc phosphate in the icing process?
Use a cool glass slab
If the powder of the dental material is dispersed in increments, which size of the increment is commonly brought into the liquid first?
How would you place permanent cement in a gold crown?
Line the anterior surface
How is polycarboxylate cement liquid supplied?
Squeeze bottle and calibrated syringe
How should polycarboxylate cement appear after the mixing process?
Can glass ionomer material be used for a restoration?
What ingredient in the powder of glass ionomer cement helps in inhibiting recurrent decay?
Can resin cement be used under metal castings?
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