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A person who makes dentures.
- ‘The Restrictive Practices Commission later recommended that the act should be amended to remove the prohibition on denturists supplying dentures to over-18s, providing they did not work on living tissue.’
- ‘The other interesting trend is the idea of allowing more competition from what are currently secondary professions such as ‘denturists’.’
- ‘He said that he came to town after hearing about a need for a denturist in town and from a dental supplier, as well as recognizing that the senior homes could provide a good base.’
- ‘Deegan, who is studying the denturism course at the university, aims to become a practicing denturist in spring 2003.’
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