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By James S. Brudvik

Univ. of Washington, Seattle. textual content, for graduate scholars, at the detachable partial denture. Covers sufferer assessment, analysis, and therapy making plans; denture layout; mouth guidance; ultimate impressions and casts; laboratory development of the framework; upkeep, additions, and relines; protheses; attachments; and implants. Illustrated. DNLM: Denture, Partial, detachable.

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