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Crowns: The Kings Of Restorative Dentistry   #Infographic #Dentistry
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Crowns: The Kings Of Restorative Dentistry [Infographic]

Crowns: The Kings Of Restorative Dentistry #Infographic #Dentistry

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from LemonsforLulu.com

Fresh Peach Pie

This fresh peach pie is easy, creamy and delicious! This crown pleasing pie has a shortbread crust, a fluffy mascarpone filling and lots of fresh peaches on top!

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from Etsy

Personalized Tutu Tooth Fairy Pillow with Glitter Crown or Bow, choose your colour

Personalized Tutu Tooth Fairy Pillow with Glitter Crown or Bow, choose your colour More

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Hiking the Triple Crown on the Appalachian Trail in Virginia's Blue Ridge

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Crown royal cookies? I love Crown. I love cookies. This could be the start to…

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Dentaltown - All about dental implants. The crown is the part that shows above the gums. The abutment is the connector between the implant and crown. It screws inside the implant post and holds the prosthesis or crown in place. And the implant is a titanium post that is placed into the jaw. It simulates a natural tooth root, so it also helps prevent bone loss and can never get a cavity.

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Newsboy.003 - Swoop Visor Newsboy - Beige, Black, Gray & Olive Fine Hounds tooth Crown - Brown Faux Snakeskin Visor & Accent Button - Dupioni Silk Lining - Grosgrain Inside Band - Made To Order On Premise

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Anatomy of a tooth: Enamel: the tough, shiny, white outer surface of the tooth Dentin: the hard but porous tissue located under both the enamel and the cementum of the tooth. Dentin is harder than bone! Pulp: the soft center of the tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels and nerves; it nourishes the dentin Crown: the visible part of the tooth Gums: the soft tissue that surrounds the base of the teeth Root: the anchor of a tooth that extends into the jawbone

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from Mental Floss

Bringing a Different Meaning to the "Crown" Jewels

Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, had their first daughter’s milk tooth made into a brooch shaped like a plant. It was just one piece in Victoria’s large collection of enamel jewelry made from human and animal teeth.

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