The aid of the dentist is required to fit a denture which will at least restore the hard palate and alveolar margin.
This denture is nothing else than a phylogenetic incident in the ontogeny of the whale.
In discussing dental dreams I have pointed out the importance of having the denture examined for possible pus pockets.
The manufacture of a denture of this character was tedious and uncertain, and required much skill.
The whitish tips of denture are conical, compressed, and rather acute.
The tube is anchored to a denture, or by means of a silk thread to the cheek by sticking-plaster.
denture den·ture (děn'chər)
A partial or complete set of artificial teeth for either the upper or lower jaw. Also called dental plate.
dentures A complete set of removable artificial teeth for both jaws.