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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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For over 30 years since losing her upper teeth, Lois had been wearing a full denture.
However, the advancement in dental implant techniques allows replacement of all missing teeth and full dentures with All-on-4 in a single day
To combat this, Charlotte devises carefully-prepared treatment plans, crafting partial and full dentures that look totally lifelike - restoring her patients' smiles, improving function and ensuring comfort.
They worry about losing all their teeth and having to wear uncomfortable full dentures for the rest of their life.
The Dental implant market is further subdivided into the crowns and bridges, screws and abutments, and temporaries; while the dentures market is subdivided as partial dentures and full dentures.
If you are living with gaps in your smile or ill-fitting partial or full dentures, problems when eating or speaking can result in considerable embarrassment and discomfort when out in public.
Dental care for the increasing older population (more than half of which currently seeks oral health services) is potentially too multifaceted to rely solely on 'tried and proven' past efforts when partial and full dentures were the end point of the most frequent treatment planning options," they conclude.
Furthermore, she was anxious to discover whether I chewed with the aid of partial dentures or full dentures.
With our improved dental health, there may be a decreased need for full dentures but an increased demand for bridges and crowns.