orthodonture


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orthodonture

(ôr′thə-dŏn′chər)
n.
Variant of orthodontia.
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So it's little wonder that those who prefer not to endure up to two years of painful orthodonture for a happier outlook on life are turning in increasing numbers to cosmetic dentistry.
Smedley converted his orthodonture practices in West Chester and Downington, PA, to latex-safe six years ago after his dental assistant developed "sensitivity and allergies to latex products.
Clearly, expensive orthodonture was not wasted on girls headed for the convent.
Flag-football moms, a lot like soccer moms with larger orthodonture bills, went for Clinton.

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