stress breaker

stress break·er

(stres brāk'ĕr),
A device that relieves the abutment teeth, to which a fixed or removable partial denture is attached, of all or part of the forces generated by occlusal function.

stress break·er

(stres brā'kĕr)
Device that relieves abutment teeth, to which a fixed or removable partial denture is attached, of all or part of the forces generated by occlusal function.
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