The structural portion of a dental model created from alginate
Dental lab device that stimulates mandibular and tempormandibular joint movement when models of the dental arches are attached to it
An accurate replica of the prepared portion of a tooth used in the laboratory during the fabrication of a cast restoration
replica of maxillary and mandibular arches made from an impression
is a molecule that when combined with others forms a polymer
a mixture of gypsum and water used in the finishing model
The portion of an articulate used to measure the upper teeth and compare with the temporomandibular joint
compound of many molecules
Removal of oval-half part water to one part calcium sulfate to form powder product of gypsum
is a machine used for cutting or polishing dental aplliances
a material that is uniform in quality and consistent throughout
mineral used in the formation of plaster pf paris and stone
process in which crystals form a substances
a substance that has a very explosive property
an object is resistant to change in width,height,and length
Related to gypsum products and indicating two parts of water to one part of calcium sulfate.
gelatin type material derived from seaweed
irreversible hydrocolloid material used for taking preliminary impressions
foundation or the basic ingredient of a material
process of using fingers to contour a closer adaption of the margins of an impression while still in the mouth
substance that modifies or increases the rate of a chemical reaction
having an object centered
suspension of particles in a dispersion medium such as water, sol and gel
material having elastic properties from rubber
to push or to force out
meaning water
absorpbtion of water causing an object to swell
reproduction of a patients bite with the use of wax or elastomeric maaterial
loss of water, causing something to shrink
bringing a material to a desired consistency
physical property of a fluid related to resistance to flow (two words)

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