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bridgework

a. a partial denture attached to the surrounding teeth
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I now have mostly bridgework and fewer than ten of my own teeth.
For more expensive, non-cosmetic treatment such as fillings, root canals, extractions, crowns, bridgework and dentures, customers can claim up 75% of each bill, with up to Au700 paid back per year.
The mint-flavored picks are safe for use with bridgework, braces or implants.
Company officials say this organic formula kills dangerous bacteria that thrives on toothbrushes, dentures and bridgework, offering a safe and effective solution for people, pets and the environment.
The case studies include a wide range of cases and their solution, including how veneers are combined with crowns and bridgework, and various alternatives to veneers.
The bridgework presents an interesting landscape, even without the message.
Early models have fine metal fittings, often silver or silver gilt and gunmetal or brass.The complex derricks and davits, open bridgework and detailing all add to the value.
A There are a number of options, from aesthetic dentures, to bridgework or dental implants.
It was difficult to remove as it had hooked to the rear right top part of the metal bridgework. The bridgework was not dislodged by pulling the piece of Proseal, demonstrating the firmness of its attachment.
This project will qualify us in the future for any bridgework through out India which is required to be built over sea and rivers.vbCrLF
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.