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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Consequences of missing teeth among adults It is a known fact that missing a tooth or two could make you feel self-conscious and embarrassed but more importantly if the missing tooth is not replaced immediately, there can be an increased risk of losing remaining teeth.
A New Smile Company spokesperson said: "Here at New Smile Company, a missing tooth does not have to be the end of the world (or the end of that nice smile anyway
Ideally, the treatment objectives for the final restoration of the missing tooth would be commenced only after there is a downward incline towards to any residual remaining growth.
THE man allegedly assaulted by Liverpool star Steven Gerrard yesterday showed off his missing tooth.
And if it keeps a robotic eye open for old bones, maybe it will stumble on the missing tooth of Pop Idol winner Michelle McManus - which yesterday strangely reappeared on the cover of her single, All This Time.
She wanted to have a bridge fitted to replace the missing tooth, but when she approached a different dentist she was told it was not advisable to fit one until the old root was removed.
Now Alex is back on the set with the denture, on which his missing tooth is attached.
The software effortlessly restores missing tooth structure in the most natural way possible, making the process of designing highly aesthetic and functional restorations within reach of everyone.
Any missing tooth can have a major impact on your quality of life.
0 % (N=25) of the study population, including both males and females, has the awareness that they have to replace the missing tooth.
Pattern of Missing Tooth with Prosthetic Status among Patients Attending To Dental School.