orthodontic braces


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Noun1.orthodontic braces - an appliance that corrects dental irregularitiesorthodontic braces - an appliance that corrects dental irregularities
dental appliance - a device to repair teeth or replace missing teeth
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After reviewing the list and excluding words that are too specific, five keywords were determined with the consensus of the two authors: "orthodontic appliances (ortodontik aygitlar)," "orthodontic braces (ortodontik braketler)," "orthodontic elastics (ortodontik elastikler)," "orthognathic surgery (ortognatik cerrahi)," and "orthodontic treatment (ortodontik tedavi)." A literal translation was made for English terms.
Orthodontic braces not only contribute to creating an attractive smile, but also improve the dental health of those who undergo treatment, according to the company.
In the unusual case published Monday in the medical journal (http://casereports.bmj.com/content/2017/bcr-2017-221152.full.pdf) BMJ Case Reports , surgery revealed the woman had swallowed a seven centimeter long dental wire, which had been lodged there for the last 10 years, possibly after breaking off from her orthodontic braces
• Providing orthodontic braces for fatherless young people
Coverage for orthodontic braces for those 18 years or older is also excluded, except in cases where medical necessity is justified.
[USPRwire, Mon Dec 14 2015] Cosmetic Dentistry Market by Product (Dental Implants, Dental Bridges, Dental Crowns, Orthodontic Braces, Dental Lasers, Dental Veneers, Dental Handpieces, Bonding Agents, Dental Lasers, Dental Chairs, CAD/CAM Systems) - Global Forecast to 2020
The presence of metallic sources, such as dental implants, orthodontic braces and metallic dental crowns may reduce the image quality of MRI in the maxillofacial region causing large magnetic field distortion and signal loss.
In her closing arguments, she makes a big deal that her client wears orthodontic braces and has visible tattoos on his neck.
Celebrities have also turned to Cfast (Cosmetically Focused Adult Straight Teeth), including TV presenter Holly Willoughby, who tweeted an image of the virtually invisible orthodontic braces to her Twitter page recently.
3M Unitek and 3M Innovative Properties Co announced on Thursday that they have filed a lawsuit against RMO Inc (Rocky Mountain Orthodontics - Lingual Jet), alleging infringement of 3M's patent related to lingual orthodontic braces, in Los Angeles, California.
The consequences of injudicious use of orthodontic braces may vary from mild periodontal problems to severe loss of the attached periodontal tissues.