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tooth-borne

(tūth'bōrn),
A term used to describe a prosthesis or part of a prosthesis that depends entirely on the abutment teeth for support.

tooth-borne

describing a dental prosthesis or part of a prosthesis that depends entirely on abutment teeth for support.

tooth-borne

(tūth'bōrn)
Term used to describe a prosthesis or part of a prosthesis that depends entirely on abutment teeth for support.
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The CPGs are presented in Table III for tooth-borne restorations (15-30) and Table IV for implant-borne restorations.
The potential benefits for these guidelines include: 1) improved oral health and longevity of natural teeth, tooth-borne, and implant-borne restorations and 2) improved oral health related quality of life.
This document provides clinical practice guidelines for patient recall regimen, professional maintenance regimen, and at-home maintenance regimen for patients with tooth-borne and implantborne restorations.
A proportionally greater increase of the interapical distance (IApD) was observed in the tooth-borne expander group (0.
Our results demonstrated that the treatments performed with the tooth-tissue-borne and tooth-borne expanders promoted a transversal increase of the maxilla and separation of the midpalatal suture, as also demonstrated by other authors.