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dentulous

 [den´tu-lus]
having natural teeth.

den·tu·lous

(den'tyū-lŭs),
Having natural teeth present in the mouth.

dentulous

(dĕn′chə-ləs)
adj.
Possessing teeth; toothed.

den·tu·lous

(den'tyū-lŭs)
Having natural teeth present in the mouth.

dentulous

Possessing teeth. The opposite is edentulous.

den·tu·lous

(den'tyū-lŭs)
Having natural teeth present in the mouth.
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This distance can be used as pre extraction dentulous casts as record for determining the accurate vertical dimension.
Differences in 5 anatomic parameters of mandibular body morphology by gonial angle size in dentulous Japanese subjects.
(2) In the dentulous patients, metastasis occurs in the gingiva and in edentulous patients, it occurs in between the tongue and alveolar mucosa.
In this way, the present study aimed to evaluate the applicability of the palatal rugoscopy as a method for human identification in Forensic Dentistry, according to the methodology described by Martins-dos-Santos (1946), in edentulous patients, with upper removable denture and in dentulous patients without dentures.
found that there was no significant difference in GA between the dentulous and edentulous states [7]; these findings support our study results concerning GA.
A relatively small study (1987) reported elevated DBP concentrations in whole saliva of patients with periodontitis, as compared to dentulous or edentulous control subjects, and positively correlated DBP concentration with Gingival Index scores [19].
Regarding the prevalence of the artery, there was a statistically significant difference between edentulous and dentulous alveolar crest where the artery was identified.
Polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) impression materials represent the state of the art in elastomeric impression materials in prosthodontics and restorative dentistry [2-5] used for recording the impressions of dentulous and edentulous arches, duplication of casts and bite registrations.
These include exercise programs, removable partial denture prostheses for dentulous patients, and complete denture prostheses for edentulous patients with modification in the occlusal scheme to compensate for the deviation.
(7) Guntherwoth quantifies the time of exposure risk by pointing out that there is a cumulative exposure of 5370 minutes of bacteremia over a one month period in dentulous patients, resulting from random bacteremia from daily measures (such as chewing, tooth brushing, flossing) compared with a 6-20 minute duration associated with tooth extraction8.
Oral ability to recognize forms and oral muscular coordination ability in dentulous young and elderly adults.