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full mouth

the stage of development of an animal that has all of its incisors erupted and in wear, e.g. 6 years on the average in horses, 5 years in cattle, 4 years in sheep.
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Full mouth rehabilitation should be achieved by restoring patient mouth back to its natural appearance and normal vertical dimension.
Jain AR, Janani T (2016) Full mouth rehabilitation of an ectodermal dysplasia patient with hypodontia and reduced vertical dimension using metal ceramic restorations: a case report.
Full mouth rehabilitation was planned for the patient.
Full mouth periodontal flap surgery was advised and carried out which was followed up for 6 months and noticed marked improvement in the condition of the patient.
Three qualified radiographers (licensed dental hygienists) exposed two full mouth series per Dentsply Rinn Dental X-Ray Technique and Training Replica.
Key to this is our sustained investment in dental technology and we have recently installed new digital x - ray units in each treatment room as well as a digital full mouth x - ray machine.
It has a rich, full mouth feel with good acidity and nice structure.
Full mouth disinfection versus quadrant debridement: the clinician's choice.
Sharing money, a tiny cubicle and a truck, he and his two female companions--with a full mouth of teeth between the three of them--enjoy a surprisingly heartfelt relationship.
Cha is a periodontist with extensive experience in restoring implants, especially the full mouth reconstruction cases.
Their expert, caring hands deliver long-lasting results, whether performing a simple restoration or a full mouth reconstruction.