Tooth

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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Before, one had to wait four to six months for the implant and patient's bone to fuse (osseointegration); only then could the dentist place an artificial tooth.
Usually the titanium pegs can last a lifetime but the artificial tooth may last only a few years.
In addition, adequate height must be present for the corresponding attachment components to be housed within the RPD framework or supportive acrylic resin while allowing an optimal artificial tooth placement.
Smart Tooth," which is about 1cm in length, is a sensor designed to be embedded in the artificial tooth in order to track people's daily habits like chewing, smoking, drinking, coughing or overeating.
The bodies were recovered and Lt Col Faizullah's body was recognised by the artificial tooth he wore.
The dentist will then fit the artificial tooth onto the implant.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into the jaw to hold a replacement tooth.