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 Dear People, does the IRM is good for permanent dental cement?

Answer No, IRM is not a good permanent cement. IRM stands for intermediate restorative material. It is generally used as a temporary filling.
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My girlfriend says she's getting fitted with a dental dam. What's best, the permanent or semi-permanent kind?

This sort of question should be in the Sports > Outdoor Recreation > Hunting area. Beavers build dams fella.
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How to Use Dental Cement?

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How toxic is dental cement?

Dental cement is not toxic. It has cloves in it which acts as a soothing agent. Maybe that's the smell and taste your noticing.
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