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A dental prosthesis, often referred to with the popular term of denture or false teeth, aims to promote the oral rehabilitation of the patient, usually with the intention of compensating the missing teeth, thus seeking to return the aesthetics, phonetics and lost functionality.

Natural teeth may have been lost due to caries, trauma or periodontal problems (gingiva and supporting bone). Dental prostheses can be used to replace any of the teeth (incisors, canines, premolars or molars).

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