Response To Attorney Request, Concerning Alcohol Test Failure
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RE: John Doe
John’s dental records show that in 2003 he had a “fixed partial denture”, also commonly known as a bridge, constructed for his six upper anterior teeth. This bridge is made out of porcelain fused to a noble gold alloy.
The Ceramco porcelain glass is extremely dense, and has a glazed surface. It is baked at high temperatures to fuse the porcelain into a solid glass mass, and eliminating any voids that could trap air or moisture. Similar to a drinking glass, it would not retain alcohol in the material itself.
The gold alloy is "Legacy" alloy, made by Jelenko. It would not retain alcohol either.
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