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Orange wood

orange wood

A soft wood used in dentistry for placement of bridges, crowns, etc. By biting pressure, also used as a burnishing point in the polishing of root surfaces.


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The Fiber Disease

... included some with a gelatinous body with 2 pincers, one eye and a red/orange body of microscopic size. Behind multiple organisms were circular-shaped ... came off as a gelatinous, silicon-like film. It appeared like stocks of wood with a small organism attached when viewed under a microscope. ...

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Hope this helps!

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