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1 3rd May 00:54
mrsralph
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What's NP?
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2 5th May 19:59
dr. steve
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NP = Non-Precious. Basically cheap metal

I have a CEREC full coverage crown on #3.

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3 5th May 20:00
joel m. eichen d.d.s.
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What most crowns are made from ..... the metal!


non-precious ........ referring to the metal's "nobility."
Nobility is the resistance to "tarnish."

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4 5th May 20:01
wb
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Made any cast gold partial denture frames lately ?

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