If periodontal disease is severe, jawbone loss will be detected in x rays of the teeth.
When an osteosarcoma develops in the jawbone, the entire lower jaw is removed.
This is important because the jawbone and surrounding tissue need to actually grow into the implant.
A newer version of the Jawbone has since been released by Aliph, improving on the older model in just about every way.
Sometimes, particularly in adults, corrective orthognathic surgery is required to shorten or lengthen a jawbone.
Aliph Jawbone: The most notable feature on this particular device is the small sensor that makes contact with your jawbone, hence its name.
One of the better (mono) Bluetooth headsets that complements the svelte appearance of the Palm Pre is the Aliph Jawbone II.
It could take anywhere from three to six months for the jawbone and tissue to grow around the implant.
When a toothache is left untreated, a severe infection may develop and spread to the sinuses or jawbone, and eventually cause blood poisoning.
Pressing the small intestine 17 (just below the earlobes in the indentations behind the jawbone) may also help in the functioning of the ear's balancing mechanism.
Take care not to grip below the tip of the jawbone which would obstruct the airway.
jawbone of an ass to kill his neighbor, there were chances of survival for others.
jawbone of a whale?
jawbone of a donkey (making an ass of them, you might say ).
jawbone found at Mauer, near Heidelberg, Germany.
In chapter 15 Samson used a jawbone - all unconventional weapons.
The cancer had been more aggressive than had been thought and had entered the lower jawbone.
Some baroque pottery was also found, together with a human jawbone.
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