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flange

(flanj),
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

(flanj) a projecting border or edge; in dentistry, that part of the denture base which extends from around the embedded teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

[flanj]
1 the part of a denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture. It can be used for retention of the denture upon the residual alveolar ridge.
2 a prosthesis with a lateral vertical extension designed to direct a resected mandible into centric occlusion.

flange

A popular term for the corona of the penis.

flange

(flanj)
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

(flanj)
That part of denture base that extends from cervical ends of teeth to border of the denture.

flange (flanj),

n the part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.
flange, buccal,
n the portion of the flange of a denture that occupies the buccal vestibule of the oral cavity and that extends distally from the buccal notch.
flange, contour of,
n the topographic design of the flange of a denture.
flange, labial,
n the portion of the flange of a denture that occupies the labial vestibule of the oral cavity.
flange, lingual,
n the portion of the flange of a mandibular denture that occupies the space adjacent to the residual ridge and next to the tongue.
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