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Hand instrument that is used to measure the depth of the gingival sulcus/pocket.
Hand instrument that is used to pack restorative material into the cavity preparation.
Hand instrument that is used to smooth the margins of the restoration during placement.
Teeth that usually have a cusp of carabelli.
Precleaning device that is recommended instead of direct hand contact with contaminated instruments.
Sterilization technique that involves heating water to generate steam.
Steam Autoclave Sterilization
Patient care items that penetrate soft tissue or bone and have the greatest potential for transmitting infection.
Type of dental material that is used to seal the dentinal tubules before the placement of a restoration.
Electrical shock that can occur when two different metals are present in the mouth.
Type of composite material that contains both macrofilled and microfilled particles.
The process in which resin material is changed from a plastic state to a hardened restoration.
Supplemental oral hygiene aid that is helpful for a person with a disability or for a parent or caregiver assisting a child with flossing.
Supplemental oral hygiene aid that is used to carry the limp floss under an appliance, through an interdental embrasure, or between teeth with tight contacts.
Toothbrushing technique that is the most effective method for bacterial plaque removal adjacent to and directly beneath the gingival margin.