In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(dental plate)prótesis dental feminine formal
- If you've lost most or all of your natural teeth, you might use dentures or dental implants as a replacement.
- Oral thrush most commonly affects people who wear dentures.
- If you wear dentures, your dentist should make sure they fit right so you do not get any mouth sores.
- All teeth can be replaced with removable partial or complete dentures.
- Like natural teeth, dentures must be kept as clean as possible.
- Devices such as dentures and guide dogs help people bridge the gap between what they want to do and what their physical health allows them to do.
- Metal dentures should not be soaked in hypochlorite as they may discolour
- Partial removable dentures are best taken out and thoroughly cleaned to facilitate mouth care.
- Difficulty eating can come from ill-fitting dentures, sore, loose or missing teeth.
- Poorly fitting dentures can cause you to swallow excess air when you eat and drink.
- Another sign of a cancer of the mouth or gums is when dentures no longer fit well.
- The two incidents brought a plea from the dentist and his colleagues for people to monitor their dentures and bridges.
- Older patients with dentures and partials also need to take precautions against a dry mouth.
- Use a separate toothbrush to clean your dentures.
- By the late eighteenth century, porcelain had replaced ivory as the material of choice for teeth in dentures.
- On closer inspection he saw this was a pair of false teeth, dentures.
- Swelling of the jaw causes dentures to fit poorly or become uncomfortable
- There are some advantages to retaining selected teeth under dentures instead of having them extracted.
- If you wear dentures, be sure to keep them clean and have them adjusted if they are ill-fitting.
- Complete dentures are used when all upper and lower teeth are missing.
2dentures pluraldentadura postiza femininecaja de dientes feminine Colombiaplaca (de dientes) feminine Chilea set of dentures — una dentadura postiza
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