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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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Since two of the possible paired comparisons (compliant, one complete denture with infrequent, no complete denture and compliant, no complete denture with infrequent, one complete denture) were meaningful for neither programmatic nor policy discussion, they were not included in the model development.
The acceptance of dental implants and other advanced treatment modalities other than the conventional complete denture and removable partial denture options in the elderly population might be increased by providing further knowledge and awareness and promoting oral health in general.
When compared the oral hygiene of natural dentition with complete denture wearers, there has been less concern abpout contioned plaque control on surface containing oral mucosa.
Conclusion: Face-bow transfer record in the fabrication of removable complete denture reduces the number of post insertion visits for occlusal adjustments and hence saves valuable time of the dentist and the patient.
19) It has been found that overdenture patients have chewing efficiency 1/3 higher than complete denture patients.
Comparison of patients views and dentists evaluation 5 years after complete denture treatment.
This concept is valid for all patients, including complete denture wearer, whose edentulous oral cavity must be kept clean in order to avoid infection4.
16] In the present study, long and fast cycles in water bath were alike as regards dimensional stability, and this phenomenon also characterizes the complexity of all the factors that interact during complete denture processing.
Lambrecht JR, Kydd WL (1962) A functional stress analysis of the maxillary complete denture base.
The prevalence of denture stomatitis is about 65% among complete denture - wearers.
16] Mahnaz Hatami et al constructed a complete denture with obturator as well as facial prosthesis, which can be attached to the obturator with cobalt samarium magnets in a patient who was affected by a fungal infection and resection of hard palate, nasal septum, maxillary sinus and orbital contents was done.
9% users of complete denture and/or partial removable denture had altered food cut (3).
The child was decided to be rehabilitated with complete denture based on the age and OPG findings.
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