jawbone


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They fit right alongside the natural teeth in the jawbone, and unlike dentures there is no need for special maintenance or the use of adhesives.
The jawbone was fabricated from Chennai-based Centre for Technology Assisted Reconstruction (CTAR) and the surgery was performed by KHUH consultant maxillofacial surgeon Dr Ranjit Divakaran.
Each member of Jawbone are respected session musicians, having worked with the likes of Jack Bruce, Robert Plant and Dave Gilmour.
The temporomandibular joint acts like a sliding hinge, connecting the jawbone to the skull.
Two skulls and jawbones were found on Lakewood Memorial Park cemetery property in unincorporated Cook County near Elgin, officials said.
The recent finding of the jawbone (named Misliya-1) is significant as it is thus far the earliest modern human remains to be found outside of Africa.
Perhaps the most obvious bone that can be indicative of your health is your jawbone. Often, erosion of the (http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/hygiene-tips/what-your-teeth-say-about-your-health.htm#page=1) jawbone  can manifest in tooth loss or pain.
The temporomandibular joint acts like a sliding hinge connecting the jawbone to the skull, therefore the disorder's symptoms includes difficulty chewing and joint tension.
(TSX: AXY) has acquired California, US-based wind development project Jawbone, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 19, 2017-Alterra Power buys Jawbone wind development project in California
In early July, Jawbone, the startup maker of fitness trackers and Bluetooth speakers once valued as high as $3 billion, announced the liquidation of assets.
The muscle is shaped similar to a parallelogram, connecting to the lower jawbone and the cheekbone.
Jawbone, a consumer electronics company, has collapsed despite hundreds of millions of dollars investment from top-tier venture capital firms and a sovereign wealth fund.
A CROXTETH man was paid PS10,000 in an out-of-court settlement after a dentist pulled out part of his jawbone in a botched tooth extraction.