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den·tal pros·the·sis

an artificial replacement of one or more teeth and/or associated structures.
See also: denture.

dental prosthesis

Etymology: L, dens, tooth; Gk, prosthesis, an addition
a fixed or removable appliance used to replace one or more lost or missing natural teeth. See also denture crown, fixed bridgework, removable partial denture.
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Fixed bridge prosthesis cemented over implants

den·tal pros·the·sis

(dentăl pros-thēsis)
Artificial replacement of one or more teeth and/or associated structures.

den·tal pros·the·sis

(dentăl pros-thēsis)
Artificial replacement of teeth and associated dental or alveolar structures.
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anchor a dental prosthesis in place with implants, [clients] suddenly find they can chew better than they ever could with dentures.
For instance, dental labs are increasingly utilizing Additive fabrication technology for the creation of dental prosthesis.
The centre will include units for dental emergencies, radiology, consultations and basic dental health, pedodontics, dental prosthesis, and surgery.
There is an immense need to increase the awareness and thus change of attitude and behaviour about various dental prosthesis among patients requiring replacement for missing teeth.
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Despite, a growing trend to use fixed dental prosthesis to maintain more teeth in older age-groups and an increasing use of dental implants, removable dental prosthesis are still prevalent Precision attachment has exceptional feature of being a removable prosthesis with improved aesthetics, less post-operative adjustments and better patient comfort.
Followed by immediate complete denture, implant placement, and maxillary cemented fixed partial dental prosthesis on dental implant.
3,4) Presented is a case of a US Soldier from initial diagnosis, to resection, bone grafting, and reconstruction with dental implants and a fixed dental prosthesis.