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temporary

adjective Not permanent, transient.

temporary,

adj pertaining to the interim treatment used to protect a patient between appointments.
temporary base,
temporary prosthesis,
temporary stopping,
n See stopping, temporary.
temporary superstructure,
n a prosthodontic appliance (removable or fixed) that is used, often immediately postoperatively, as a transitional appliance either for cosmetics or splinting, or both.

temporary

interim; for a short time only.

temporary dentition
the temporary or first set of teeth in animals with diphyodont dentition. See also deciduous teeth.
temporary environment factors
e.g. rain, drought, heat.
temporary registration
registration to practice under local legislation but for a limited period only. A procedure used to permit a candidate for full registration to obtain some practice experience.
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