dentures

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den·ture

 (dĕn′chər)
n.
1. A partial or complete set of artificial teeth for either the upper or lower jaw. Also called dental plate.
2. often dentures A complete set of removable artificial teeth for both jaws.

[French, from Old French, from dent, tooth; see dentist.]
Translations
طاقِم الَأسْنانطَقْم أسْنان إصْطِناعي
umělý chrupzubní protéza
tandproteseforlorne tændergebis
hammasproteesi
zubalo
gervitennur
入れ歯
틀니
dantų protezas
zobu protēze
tandprotes
ฟันปลอม
takma diştakma dişler
bộ răng giả

dentures

[ˈdɛntʃərz] npldentier m

dentures

plZahnprothese f; (full) → Gebiss nt

dentures

[ˈdɛntʃəz] npl (false teeth) → dentiera

dentures

(ˈdentʃəz) noun plural
a set of artificial teeth. Do you wear dentures?

dentures

طاقِم الَأسْنان zubní protéza tandprotese Gebiss οδοντοστοιχίες dentadura postiza hammasproteesi dentier zubalo dentiera 入れ歯 틀니 kunstgebit tannprotese sztuczna szczęka dentadura зубной протез tandprotes ฟันปลอม takma dişler bộ răng giả 牙托
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Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that are formed to your mouth and created by your dentists to replace lost or removed natural teeth.
Removable ones are made of acrylic and use artificial teeth or blocks of dental material to keep the spaces.
People with artificial teeth should regularly get check-ups.
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From fabricating artificial teeth to replacing damaged teeth, digital dentistry is bringing change in almost each and everything that dentists do.
Complete dentures are artificial teeth set into a resin base, and are used in people who have lost all of their teeth.
When a question regarding equivalence of artificial teeth to natural teeth was asked, it indirectly represented the expectation of the patient.
In the complete denture fabrication the selection of artificial teeth especially in esthetic zone is quite challenging.
However, various complications can be associated with dentures such as pain and discomfort, loss of retention, soreness and ulceration, loss of artificial teeth and fracture of denture base/artificial teeth3.
The newspaper reports the speckled tan, black and white rock was mined near Piney River and other areas in the 1900s as a source of both titanium used in paint pigments and steel alloys, as well as calcium phosphate used in artificial teeth and agricultural fertilizer.
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