disadvance

disadvance

(ˌdɪsədˈvɑːns)
vb
archaic to stop or cause to stop advancing
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In the latest years there have been developed new techniques and materials for PCS: ceramic posts (cast or prefabricated), and composite posts reinforced with different kind of fibers: carbon, glass, quartz, silica, in order to replace the metallic posts wich have a lot of disadvances: poor esthetics and biocompatibility (the migration of metallic ions from the post's alloy in the oral tissues is well known, high Young modulus that increase the risk of catastrophic (irreversible) root fractures, followed by the tooth's extraction (Rosentrit et al., 2000).