Definition of Dental appliance
1. Noun. A device to repair teeth or replace missing teeth.
Generic synonyms: Device
Category relationships: Dental Medicine, Dentistry, Odontology
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Literary usage of Dental appliance
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1. A History of Dentistry from the Most Ancient Times Until the End of the by Vincenzo Guerini (1909)
"2i dental appliance still adhering to the jaw, discovered in an Etruscan ... Another ancient dental appliance discovered in an Etruscan necropolis near ..."
2. Manual of Operative Surgery by Joseph Decatur Bryant (1886)
"If the anterior portion of either or both sides be removed, the gap may be filled in by an artificial dental appliance, which will often happily maintain ..."
3. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Food and Drugs, Pt. 800-1299, Revised by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"... dental appliance, ... The backing, which is made of gold, is attached to the dental appliance and ..."