Definition: 'Complete Denture Impression'
complete denture impressionType: Term
1. an impression of an edentulous arch made for the purpose of constructing a complete denture;
2. a negative registration of the entire denture-bearing, stabilizing area of either the maxillae or mandible;
3. a negative registration of the entire denture foundation and border seal areas present in the edentulous mouth.
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