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bridgework

a. a partial denture attached to the surrounding teeth
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COMPLEX DETAIL: Auction house Bonhams says the fine metal fittings and open bridgework make shipbuilders' models like this particularly sought after by collectors.
If bridgework cannot be removed, consideration should be given to deflating the LMA before its removal.
An understanding of an Indigenous way of life and art begins to form bridgework toward a sustainable future for Indigenous groups while exploring their common concerns and engaging in meaningful international development initiatives.
Various treatments were tried over the years - including bridgework and veneers - but with small teeth and large gums, nothing helped Lorraine achieve the "wow" smile she craved.
Mist spun around the yard lights, a filmy bridgework into
Taking It In to Have it Looked At": In her voice there's Irish tracings,/ in her ear a bridgework of bones.
NEW YORK - Dazzled by the bull market in gold, people are digging through drawers for old dental caps, fillings and bridgework they saved years ago and selling them at prices that would make the tooth fairy blush.
Is it a harmless piece of gherkin stalk, or has that bridgework shipped its moorings?
Don't be deterred by the cost of the treatment, although they are expensive - around pounds 2,000 for a single implant - they are a worthwhile investment and often don't cost much more than conventional treatment with crown or bridgework.
People are petrified of honoring their dental appointments out of fear they may have bridgework done, goes another favorite.
In that time, she has had hundreds of pounds worth of treatment, including bridgework and crowns.
It is reported that they can be placed over crowns and dental bridgework to improve esthetics and help rejuvenate a smile.