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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Usually the titanium pegs can last a lifetime but the artificial tooth may last only a few years.
A dental implant is actually an artificial tooth root that works as a bridge.
In the final step, the dentist attaches a realistic-looking artificial tooth to the implant or to the post.
Prepared teeth shapes and dimensions are identified by simulating the preparation of the corresponding artificial tooth by considering the following rules related to prosthodontics (Goodacre et al.
If it isn't done in the first procedure, a second surgery is needed to attach a post to the anchor, and after several weeks, an artificial tooth is made and fitted to the post.
It seems that (for example) my next check-up will cost me pounds 15, one small filling will be pounds 41, and an artificial tooth on a small plate will be pounds 183.
Now, Japanese researchers say they have found a way to produce an artificial tooth enamel that may allow dentists to fill some cavities without using a drill.
Once the jaw and implant have fused together the artificial tooth is then added (this process varies depending on the type of dental implant used) and any necessary bridges or dentures can be fitted to the teeth.