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Washed field technique

washed field technique

The cutting of cavity preparations in teeth utilizing a constant irrigant which is immediately removed from the mouth by means of a vacuum device.


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... to the metal or other foreign substance are washed away. "Bonding is the first step in ... Subsequent experiments then winnow the field to the most interesting results. The end results ... just inorganic minerals and elements. A second technique involves combining inorganic materials ...

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