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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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Pressed against the man's epiglottis, the partial dentures had already caused swelling and haemoptysis in the general area, which needed immediate removal.
As well as technical considerations, the aesthetic aspect of denture cleaning product packaging needs to be considered, especially when younger wearers of a removable oral appliances such as retainers, braces, sports guards, bruxism guards and TMJD devices are concerned.
Contrary to popular belief, senior citizens do not comprise the majority of denture wearers in the country, a recent study showed.
To show their support, Simply Dentures are offering a free 30-minute Denture Health Check to those who wear or need dentures.
Madia notes that Sea-Bond is the only wafer denture adhesive on the market, "giving users a comfortable feel, 75% stronger all day versus the leading paste, and easy removal." Sea-Bond, she adds, also blocks food particles, which can irritate the gums of denture wearers.
DDS Dentures + Implant Solutions is a group of supported dental practices focussed on providing high-quality dental care at an affordable price.
This text outlines the basic philosophy of the removable partial denture system as developed by F.J.
Keywords: Hybrid dentures, implant retained over-denture, conventional acrylic dentures, edentulous, implant supported prosthesis.
At the end, all patients were asked to define their main reason for dissatisfaction with complete dentures (CD).
Results show that removable partial dentures significantly affect health of abutment teeth.
About two-thirds of Americans who wear dentures are plagued with fungal infections with a variety of side affects, but an innovative new solution stands to remedy the situation.
FOR more than 4,500 years, dentures have been worn in one form or another, with the most famous early dentures being worn by USA President George Washington.
Whether you are considering getting dentures, already have them, or know someone with them, it's very likely that you may have some questions about them.