Definition of Prosthodontia

1. Noun. The branch of dentistry dealing with the replacement of teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by artificial devices.

Exact synonyms: Prosthodontics
Generic synonyms: Dental Medicine, Dentistry, Odontology
Derivative terms: Prosthodontist, Prosthodontic, Prosthodontist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prosthodontia

prosthaphæreses
prosthaphæresis
prostheon
prostheses
prosthesis
prosthetic
prosthetic device
prosthetic group
prosthetically
prostheticist
prostheticists
prosthetics
prosthetist
prosthetists
prosthion
prosthodontia (current term)
prosthodontic
prosthodontics
prosthodontist
prosthodontists
prosthologist
prosthologists
prosti-tot
prosties
prostitots

Literary usage of Prosthodontia

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1. Register by University of California, Berkeley, California, University (1918)
"HARRY JAMES MATHIEU, DDS, Demonstrator in Clinical prosthodontia. FRANK CABUL BETTENCOURT, DDS, Assistant in Clinical Prosthetic Dentistry. ..."

2. The International Journal of Orthodontia (1917)
"Subsequently, developed oral surgery, prosthodontia and periodontia. The thought that orthodontia, like exodontia, was so distinct and separate from other ..."

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