partial denture

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Noun1.partial denture - a denture replacing one or more teeth in a dental arch
dental plate, denture, plate - a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth
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Rehabilitation of partially edentulous situations can be challenging when it comes to distal extension situations where a fixed prostheses cannot be fabricated.
It has been suggested that, when associated with interrupted aortic arch, aortopulmonary windows are larger with greater distal extension.
Plating can be used for fractures with proximal and distal extension and for open fractures.
Impression procedure forms the basis of a successful Removable Partial Denture however, in distal extension bases the residual ridge must be recorded in functional form and the remaining natural teeth in an anatomic form.
There was poor contrast filling in both common iliac veins, suggesting distal extension of tumour thrombus to the confluence of the common iliac veins.
Because of the length of transfer needed to reconstruct an entire vagina, the pedicle technique is a better alternative for women who have some vaginal length and need a distal extension, Dr.
The study's purpose was to contribute to the understanding of the consequences of the tensions generated to the implants and supporting structures simulating the physiological occlusal conditions observed in the free-end distal extension of this kind of prosthesis.
Radiographs are needed to determine the position of the distal intragingival extension in relation to the tooth bud of the permanent first molar, multiple impressions may be required (study and working models), at placement local analgesia is needed in order to force the sharpened distal extension through the ridge (unless it is placed at the time of extraction).
Proximal extension of the incision facilitates femoral exposure, and distal extension facilitates acetabular exposure," he said.
United by: femur of leg I with proximal retrolateral denticles; male abdomen with large, broad, dark brown dorsal scute, surrounding and extending posterior to level of DSP2; male pedipalp with prominent distal extension of distal plate into pointed 'conductor', without brush of hairs in groove along retrolateral edge of cymbium.
2-5) However, distal extension through the raphe of more than 3 or 4 centimeters has been discouraged because of the risk of damaging the axillary nerve.

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