Elements of Dental Materials: For Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants
Phillips and Moore address the various aspects of dental materials science. The 5th Edition includes concerns about occupational safety, disposal of waste materials, and infectious diseases as they influence the choice and handling of dental materials. It examines such materials and procedures as castable ceramics, computer-aided design and manufacturing of ceramic restorations, implant materials, dental cements and more!
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