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base·plate

(bās'plāt),
A temporary form representing the base of a denture; used for making record of maxillomandibular (jaw) relationships and the arrangement of teeth.
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baseplate

A temporary foundation for establishing relationships between the mandible and maxilla and teeth, which is used to construct dentures.
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base·plate

(bās'plāt)
A temporary form representing the base of a denture; used for making maxillomandibular (jaw) relation records or for arranging artificial trial placement in the mouth to ensure exact fit of a denture.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

base·plate

(bās'plāt)
Temporary form representing the base of a denture; used to record maxillomandibular (jaw) relationships and arrangement of teeth.
Synonym(s): record base, temporary base, trial base.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The rear sight is mounted on a baseplate that fits into the milled recess that is used for installing an electronic-dot reflex-type sight.
(1-16) These investigators report different strategies for dealing with various amounts of bone loss including altered baseplate positioning, the use of augmented components, and bone grafting techniques.
All current baseplates offer the possibility of positioning extra screws for fixation.
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The pistol comes with two 10-round magazines with finger-groove baseplates, two extra flat baseplates, and a trigger lock with two keys.
Options to address glenoid bone loss with rTSA include eccentric reaming, bone grafting, and the use of augmented glenoid baseplates. Eccentric reaming is non-ideal as it requires removal of additional glenoid bone and further medializes the joint line.