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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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Impacted dentures may lead to fistula formation or esophageal perforation, (3,6) a serious complication.
Within this context, distribution characteristics of Candida species in subjects wearing or not wearing full or partial removable dentures were investigated.
Birmingham magistrates heard how Beard qualified as a denturist in Canada in 1997 and is allowed to make dentures, but not to fit them into patients' mouths.
The recovery of a tea-pot suggests that the owner of the dentures drank green tea.
The LTS Denture ID Kit Plus is available to identify residents' dentures in three steps.
A recent study in Canada shows that contrary to denturists' statements, denturists in Canada do not provide removable partial dentures and complete denture treatment at a lower fee than dentists.
Today, the creation of dentures is an artful science, practiced with precision and beauty, with the preparation of dentures as important as the finished product.
Hagouel said he simply worked on the agent's ill-fitting dentures April 1.
WHAT YOU NEED: three brands of toothpaste * four sets of dentures or white floor tiles or equal-size stones) * permanent markers * two clear glasses * 750ml (3 cups) grape juice * 750ml (3 cups) water * watch with second hand * toothbrush * metric ruler * paper towels * "Stain Scale" (opposite page)
The business - located in Timmins for two years - specializes in dentures, crown and bridge work and orthodontics, which includes veneers.
So at the first sign of pain, they want dentures, thinking in this way to avoid the expense and discomfort of future dental treatments.
Michelle Aitken, DDS, announces the opening of her Affordable Dentures & Crowns([R]) dental practice at 60 W.
A prosthodontist specializes in dentures and implants.
com)-- Now, AvaDent is using this same technology to create dentures for individuals who need more than just a few replacement teeth.
However, dental technician Mike Fuse believes that wearing dentures doesn't have to be an awkward experience.