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re·gain·er

(rē-gān'ĕr),
An appliance used in an attempt to regain space in the dental arches.

regainer

(rē-gān′ĕr)
1. A device that ameliorates or restores something that was lost.
2. A device that applies pressure between teeth on either side of the space left by a missing tooth. It is used to move teeth away from the edentulous space.

re·gain·er

(rē-gān'ĕr)
Appliance used to attempt to regain space in dental arches.
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