baseplate

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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.

baseplate

/base·plate/ (-plāt) a sheet of plastic material used in making trial plates for artificial dentures.

baseplate

Etymology: Gk, basis + ME, plate
a temporary prosthetic structure that represents the base of a denture, used for making records of maxillomandibular relationships, for evaluating lip line and lip fullness, for arranging artificial denture teeth, or for ensuring a precise fit of a denture by trial placement in the mouth. Also called record base, temporary base.

baseplate

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

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.

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.