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Synonyms for prosthodontics

the branch of dentistry dealing with the replacement of teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by artificial devices

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In response to the constantly growing global dental prosthetics market, Kaisa Health has actively adjusted its business structure, focusing on dental prosthetics business, and saw a steady expansion in market share.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global dental prosthetics market for 2016-2020.
Other topics include electropolishing and electroetching of nitinol stents, the removal of pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators, ultrasonic detection of defects in ceramic capacitors, and laser powder deposition on dental prosthetics. B&w images are provided but no subject index.
Avi Cohen, Head of Medical Solutions at Objet, will present case studies in modelling for dental prosthetics, orthodontics, surgical devices, and more, using Objet's 3D printers and materials.
Though Steven Burchell, who runs Denture Clinic in Dudley, has advertised extensively for a dental prosthetics technician, to date he has not had a single applicant.
The DWX-50 is an advanced five-axis production tool for creating precision dental prosthetics, including copings, crowns, full bridges and abutments, using aesthetically preferred zirconia, wax, and PMMA.
Roland DGA (Irvine, CA) has expanded its line of dental milling machines by adding the DWX-50, a 5-axis production tool for creating precision dental prosthetics, including copings, crowns, full bridges, and abutments.
Neil Anderson, a lecturer in dental prosthetics at Birmingham University, arranged for samples to be taken of the would-be offenders' teeth.
(1995) Turnarea titanului in protetica dentara (Casting of Titanium in Dental Prosthetics).
Dental prosthetics are now using a wide range of materials and techniques to restore function and aesthetics.
An older patient considering a dental implant needs to make his or her decision with the help of a team, including the physician, the periodontist, the prosthodontist, who specializes in dental prosthetics, and, of course, family members."