A removable plate or frame holding one or more artificial teeth
(denture) a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth
Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and which are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. ...
(denture) a set of teeth, the teeth viewed as a unit; an artificial replacement of one or more teeth; a complete replacement of all teeth in a mouth
(Denture) A removable appliance used to replace teeth. A complete denture replaces all of the upper teeth and/or all the lower teeth. See also partial denture.
(Denture) (Immediate/complete/partial) (overdenture, temporary) An artificial object to replace missing teeth and their neighboring structures. There are many different types of denture to satisfy different treatment requirements and patient preferences.
(Denture) a synthetic replacement for all of your teeth in either your upper or your lower jaw.
(Denture) An artificial substitute for natural teeth and adjacent tissues.
(Denture) A removable appliance (prosthesis) that replaces all of the teeth in either the upper or lower jaw.
(Denture) Removable (partial or complete) set of artificial teeth.
(Denture) A prosthesis replacing missing teeth.
(Denture) A device/appliance that covers the area of a patients mouth where they are missing teeth. The denture fits on top of the gums and is designed to look like and act like teeth, giving patients the ability to chew food and the confidence to smile. Dentures can be removable or fixed. ...
(Denture) A replacement for teeth when all teeth are missing. Often considered a last resort. George Washington wore a denture of ivory and wood. Encino, Woodland Hills, Tarzana and Sherman Oaks have several prostodontists for complex cases.
(Denture) An artificial replacement of missing teeth in the mouth which is removable. Dentures can be made of acrylic or metal - cobalt chrome. However newer materials such as valplast are now available, this is a nylon based material which is lighter, thinner and more retentive.
(denture) la dentadura postiza
Removable artificial teeth in a plastic base that rests directly on the gums. A denture may be complete or partial depending on the number of missing natural teeth.
a customized appliance used to replace missing teeth; can be partial or complete.
A plastic appliance with plastic or porcelain teeth attached to it. Used to replace all missing teeth in one arch.
artificial teeth set in an acrylic base, designed to allow the wearer to eat and speak by replacing all missing teeth
Teeth symbolize issues with parenting, the idea of parenting, or your ability to take a bite at life or the subject matter of the dream. Dentures, being false teeth, indicate the bite you are taking is not natural for you. ...
Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth usually made from special resins and may incorporate metal for additional strength.
Two rows of artificial ivories that may be removed periodically to frighten one's grandchildren or provide accompaniment to Spanish music.