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Process of taking in; a color object absorbs certain rays of light which illuminates it while other rays are reflected.
Dimethylketone; a colorless liquid which is used to remove scabs, a solvent for wax, or as a stain remover.
A color not found in the visible spectrum; a neutral color such as white, black, gray, and silver and gold (for decorative purposes).
Process of mixing colored lights on a surface whereby the wave lengths of each are combined; adding of two or more lights together to create another light.
Sticking or adhering closely; a substance which may be applied in order to sustain contact of two surfaces.
A material or technique employed to secure tissues or restorative materials in a fixed position.
Angle of Projection
The degree from the vertical at which the surface(s) of a prominent feature projects.
Framework; a material, generally of pliable metal or wood, employed to create a frame of support for a wax restoration.
One of the four hues corresponding to the pigments of the skin as white, yellow, red, and brown.
A network of stitches employed to cross the borders of a cavity or excision, used to anchor fillers and to sustain the tissues in their proper position.
The color of jet in pigments; the darkest of all colors; achromatic; absence of illumination in light.
To grow to become pale or blanched; a chemical which lightens a skin discoloration; the act of lightening a discoloration by chemical means.
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