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Crown

the monarch.

CROWN. A covering for the head, commonly used by kings; figuratively, it signifies royal authority. By pleas of the crown, are understood criminal actions.

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Like dental crowns, they are fabricated from porcelain for durability.
performed a study comparing the dental crown sizes of 49 patients with 45, X Turner syndrome to control groups or related and unrelated individuals.
Previously, molds for new dental crowns were sent to an off-site location to be produced, and the process usually took weeks.
Table 25: Er Yag laser-for dental crown preparation, Product Status 43
Cosmetic Dentistry Market by Product (Dental Implants, Dental Bridges, Dental Crowns, Orthodontic Braces, Dental Lasers, Dental Veneers, Dental Handpieces, Bonding Agents, Dental Lasers, Dental Chairs, CAD/CAM Systems) - Global Forecast to 2020
Parry-Jones also allegedly did not "record sufficient details" of the examinations and treatment he carried out - including root canal surgery and dental crowns.
staffto make an She adds: "IVF treatment is not like having dental crowns fitted, or laser eye surgery, which require fewer appointments and the skills of fewer people but cost much the same, and so this is reflected in the fees which are charged.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Tue, Aug 5, 2014 - New research reveals how bonded materials, from airplane wings to dental crowns, lose their bonding.
The 77 papers include discussions of the microstructure and chemical composition of boron nitride fibers, preparing and developing bioglass by the sol-gel method, the effect of two kinds of rare earth oxides on zirconia restoration, measuring the mechanical properties of zirconia dental crowns by nanoindentations, developments in ferrite-based alloy coating by laser cladding, metamerism of tanzanite under altered illuminators, theoretical and experimental studies of stresses in vacuum glazing due to temperature difference, and using clustering analysis and discriminant analysis to grade the green color in jadeite-jades.
The influence of design parameters on the FEA-determined stress distribution in CAD-CAM produced all-ceramic dental crowns.
The firm's laboratory produces dentures, dental crowns, bridges and dental implant restoration for both the NHS and private dental markets across the UK.
Cleveland Clinic, a nonprofit medical research center in Ohio, reports that dental crowns can range from USD500 to USD1,100 per tooth, depending on your geography and materials used, while porcelain veneers range from USD500 to USD2,000.