Alternative terms for "Cheoplasty"
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Literary usage of Cheoplasty
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1. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1896)
"I think about the year 1855, Dr. Blandy, of Baltimore, introduced a metal he called "cheoplasty," for making cast plates. It was similar to Watt's and ..."
2. New York Dental Journal (1859)
"BUCKINGHAM, of Philadelphia, considered the subject of the greatest importance ; advised the use of tin instead of cheoplasty ; gave his plan ..."
3. The People's Dental Journal (1863)
"cheoplasty is a plate composed of a combination of metals. It is seldom used except in peculiar cases for the lower jaw, where weight is required to ..."
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