dental plate


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dental plate

n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dental plate - a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teethdental plate - a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth
bridgework, bridge - a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth
dental appliance - a device to repair teeth or replace missing teeth
false teeth - a removable denture
partial denture - a denture replacing one or more teeth in a dental arch
Translations
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The 29-year-old victim sustained facial injuries and a dental plate was broken which punctured his cheek.
The car driver was knocked unconscious, and suffered a split lip which needed stitches and a broken dental plate.
Anita, who has had to wear a dental plate ever since she was punched, said: "Every day I am reminded of what he did.
An essential component of nuclear weapons, beryllium is found in a number of industries, such as foundry and smelting operations, dental plate manufacturing, ceramics manufacturing and die casting.
She has two front teeth, but is missing her incisors and canines and has to wear an uncomfortable dental plate to fill in the gaps.
With the use of a human hair wig and a dental plate he looks uncannily like the singer who died at the age of 62 from liver and kidney failure last May.
I will have to have an implant and I've been told I will have to wear a dental plate for about three months until it heals properly around the area.
As the lingering memory of the Brussels sprouts and red cabbage begin to fade, as the final piece of poultry is extracted from the dental plate, it is not unusual for people to start looking for something to do - usually something that doesn't involve moving.
THE BED SPINS, the innuendos are tossed, and the dental plate flies - you read that right.
Most startling of all are the new teeth, which protrude somewhat gawkily: ``I put in a dental plate because it alters the shape of the front teeth and gives the impression of higher cheek bones, '' said Trefor.