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Artificial crown

Artificial crown

a fixed restoration of the major part of the entire coronal part of a natural tooth; usually of gold, porcelain, or acrylic resin.


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... medical profession knew that using retinoids, chem therapy agents and artificial limbs carry there biofilms that are becoming an infectious disease ... product removes calcium and iron from her bones and teeth, her caps and crown were pulled off her teeth with white bead like objects in those caps ...

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The Fiber Disease

... medical profession knew that using retinoids, chem therapy agents and artificial limbs carry there biofilms that are becoming an infectious disease ... product removes calcium and iron from her bones and teeth, her caps and crown were pulled off her teeth with white bead like objects in those caps ...

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by msc
Tue Nov 21, 2006 3:04 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
Replies: 7403
Views: 5560795


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