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Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that is devoted to making sure that people feel good about their smiles. Cosmetic dentists can perform a variety of different procedures, such as teeth whitening, veneers, and dental implants.

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Coronal in dentistry refers to the part of the tooth that is above the gum line. It is the visible portion of the tooth and what you see when you look in someone’s mouth.

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Core buildup

The core buildup is the process of preparing a tooth for the placement of a post and core. The first step in core buildup is preparing the tooth by removing the decay, and if necessary, the enamel and dentin. The dentist then makes an impression of the prepared tooth to use as a guide for placing the post and core.

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Comprehensive periodontal evaluation

A comprehensive periodontal evaluation is a procedure used to evaluate the health of the gingiva, or gum tissue. It is performed by a dentist using a gingival probe and explorer, which they use to measure the amount of space between the tooth’s crown and the gum tissue.

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Compound fracture

A compound fracture is a break or fracture of the skin overlying a bone. It is also referred to as an open fracture because the broken ends of the bone pierce the skin and are exposed to the air. 

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Complete series

A complete series is the number of procedures in a given dental treatment plan. Dentists often create complete series for their patients, as a way to treat multiple areas of a person’s oral health simultaneously.

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Composite fillings are the most common type of dental filling, according to the American Dental Association. They’re called “composite” because they’re a mixture of different ingredients, including resin and plastic.

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Complete denture

A complete denture is a dental appliance that replaces all the teeth in your mouth. It’s made up of a base plate, which is the part that’s cemented to the roof of your mouth, and a gum-colored denture, which is what replaces your teeth. 

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