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bridgework

a. a partial denture attached to the surrounding teeth
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The repairs and replacement of key culverts are scheduled to begin in November 2017, while the bridgework is expected to start in January 2018.
I now have mostly bridgework and fewer than ten of my own teeth.
Bridgework over waterways and highways is also starting to inch forward slowly.
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.
Implants are inlays that mechanically support porcelain crowns and bridgework, the dentist explained.
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.
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.
Repair in the form of crowns and bridgework might also be needed for long- term teeth grinders.