- n. Plural form of denture.
“The porcelain dentures, which were still sitting in Arthur Richard Dillon’s mouth, have gone on display at the Museum of London.”
“To paraphrase one that she shares with her beloved granddaughter, "Losing a husband or two is something you can live with, but losing your dentures is a catastrophe.”
“Is it me, or does Uecker sound like his dentures are a bit loose?”
“The MDA charged that VanDenEeden had been illegally practicing dentistry by diagnosing and fitting patients for dentures, which is illegal under Michigan law.”
“If you have dental work that has been started, but not completed (such as dentures), Medicaid may pay to finish the work after July 1, 2009.”
“Still, looking on the bright side you're out of the bottom three and none of your players got bitten by Jermain "dentures" Defoe!”
“Dental implants are more durable and much stronger compared to the other implant dentistry methods of teeth restoration such as dentures and bridges.”
“Other reductions include some that are wince-inducing, such as dentures for poor people.”
“Love that "dentures" remark! lol talkinhedz 2 hours ago (11: 47 PM)”
“These items include clothing, medications and items of special needs such as dentures and eyeglasses or diapers, formula and toys.”
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