Dental-Chapter 43

Esthetic

Artistically pleasing and beautiful appearance

Filler

Inorganic material that adds strength and other characteristics to composite resins

Force

Caused by physical change through energy and currents

Galvanic

Electrical current on 2 different materials on restoration of teeth

Gold

A soft, yellow, corrosive-resistant metal that is used in the making of indirect restorations

Irregular

Not straight, uniform, or symmetric

Malleability

Ability of material to withstand stress without damage.

Matrix

Binds substance together (organic polymore)

Microleakuge

Space on interface of tooth.

Palladium

Tarnish-resistant material

Percolation

Liquid substance pass on pourous

Pestle

Object that is moved vertically to pound or pulverize a material

Plantium

Silver metal that does not corroid with tempature