Chayes method

Chayes meth·od

(shāyz), Avoid the incorrect forms Chaye and Chaye's.
a method of replacing lost teeth using a mechanical device for the fixation and stabilization of the dental prosthesis that allows "movement in function" of the abutment teeth.
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Chayes meth·od

(shayz methŏd)
A method of replacing lost teeth using a mechanical device for the fixation and stabilization of the dental prosthesis, which allows "movement in function" of the abutment teeth.
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Chayes,

Herman E.S., U.S. prosthodontist, 1880-1933.
Chayes method - a method of replacing lost teeth.
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Chayes meth·od

(shayz methŏd)
Replacing lost teeth using a mechanical device for fixation and stabilization of the dental prosthesis that allows "movement in function" of abutment teeth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012