from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The branch of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by bridges, dentures, or other artificial devices.
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- n. The restoration or replacement of damaged or missing teeth
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- n. the branch of dentistry dealing with the replacement of teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by artificial devices
After a lot of asking, he was the best choice for my dental implants and overall prosthodontics, he holds a degree from University of Maryland and speaks English perfectly.
A year ahead of me there was a prosthodontics resident from Colombia.
Jonathan Ferencz, DDS, a prominent prosthodontist and clinical professor of prosthodontics at New York University College of Dentistry, used his iPad to show five patients their photos and x-rays in the dental chair.
Dr. Carr, a native of Hattiesburg, MS., received his prosthodontics training at Mayo.
Dr. Sherzoy specialized in all aspects of dentistry, including cosmetic dentistry, periodontal disease, advanced prosthodontics and full mouth rehabilitation and root canal therapy.
Drs. Spielman & Herman offer cosmetic services, preventive care, implantology, endodontic therapy, dental surgery and prosthodontics.
His clinical practice focuses on combined prosthodontics and reconstruction of patients with disabling oral conditions.
George A. Zarb, among the most internationally respected clinical scholars in the field of prosthodontics.
During a forty-two year career at the University of Toronto he has been a leader in establishing standards for teaching, practice and research in prosthodontics and dentistry.
• Friday, June 5, 2009, 2: 30 p.m.: George Zarb*, an internationally-respected clinical scholar in the field of prosthodontics
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