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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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Only the upper full denture (FuD) category and PS score remained associated after logistic regression, suggesting a protective effect of the presence of the upper FuD for the occurrence of moderate or severe PS index (adjusted OR = 0.73; 95% CI = 0.55-0.97).
A survey of full denture face-bow Record was conducted in January 2017 to identify whether the dental institutes of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa follow the above mentioned technique in the syllabus of prosthodontics to the undergraduates, during complete denture fabrication or not.
The influence of denture hygiene and the bacterial flora on the condition of the oral mucosa in full denture cases.
The state-of-the-art denture preparation technique is available for full denture patients, single arch dentures patients and implant retained denture patients.
Removable partial denture should be an end itself, not a stepping stone to a full denture.
The answer, at best, was a well-fitting full denture that would allow daily function such as speaking and eating.
When protuberant bony formations restrict the insertion of an acrylic full denture
The result highlighted that in nearly all dental colleges students are not aware of nor following this very important laboratory procedure of boxing, beading and then pouring final edentulous impression to prepare master cast for full denture fabrication, although this lab procedure is a part of their curriculum in prosthodontics.
A supportable technique for recording full denture impressions is put forwarded for impression.
Dental implants can provide support for a full denture, making it more secure and comfortable.
Implants can replace one or more teeth, provide support for a partial denture, or be used to attach a full denture. The implanted tooth can't be removed by the wearer, who treats it like a natural tooth and can expect it to last a decade or more.
Group the operations under their respective headings, such as extractions, amalgams, gold inlays, full dentures, etc.
She received her first full dentures when she was 10 years old.
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.