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dentures

Removable artificial teeth. See Bridge.

dentures

Artificial (prosthetic) replacements for missing teeth. Dentures are of cosmetic and functional importance, assist in the maintenance of good nutrition and allow clear speech.
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A 46-year-old woman presented to our hospital with complaints of persistent odynophagia and intermittent pain in the neck and shoulders ever since she had swallowed her denture while drinking water 18 days earlier.
This study indicates that, although detection rates of single Candida species were rather high in the youngest group of nondenture wearers, detection rates of single and multiple Candida species were significantly higher in denture wearers of all other age groups compared with individuals not wearing dentures.
Mr Gardner said Mrs Price's husband handed over pounds 600 for the new dentures later in the month.
Partial dentures and bridges made from natural teeth, dating from as early as 700BC, were known to the Etruscans (Becker 1994; Woodforde 1968: 10-11).
Passage of Measure 24 would allow an individual to seek care for removable partial dentures without seeing a dentist for diagnosis or advice about other treatment options.
The result is a set of dentures that offers much more than comfort and a pleasing appearance.
Prosecutors say the men broke the law by examining an agent of the Board of Dental Examiners and diagnosing a denture problem, said Deputy City Attorney Mark Lambert of the Consumer Protection Unit.
Hold dentures up to the "Stain Scale," observe color, and record results.
PHOTO : Wayne Perry processes dentures for Balmoral Dental Laboratories of Timmins
Many people have the misconception that by having dentures their problems are solved.
Affordable Dentures was founded in 1975 and today is the largest denture-services provider in the U.
The All on 4 denture enables their patients to have teeth in a day.