Your partial plate needs to be adjusted by your dentist. I also wear a partial plate and the metal part that fits on the roof of your mouth should JUST come behind the hollow of the roof of your mouth. Feel the roof of your mouth with your tongue, and if the metal plate is over-lapping behind that hollow it is too long. Also, if you have gone without partials in the upper, lower or both for sometimes your tongue will spread, so when you get new partials it has a tendency to push the tongue back in place causing a gagging relex. This will go away as you adjust to your new partials. Please discuss all this with your dentist as something can be done about it to make you more comfortable. Good luck Marcy
the pipes were metal and metal rusts when water is on it
The framework is the metal skeleton of the removable partial denture.
When you hit a metal or non metal material with a hammer, the result will vary depending on the specific material. A non metal material can shatter, break, or flatten. A metal material may not have any damage or it may have a dent from the hammer.
The term "metal basis" indicates that the purity of the product is determined by the metal content of the material. For example, the metal content of a material that is 4N indicates that 99.99% of the metal present in the material is of one metal element.
Metal is a material in construction.
Metal is Material of Axle.
oxygen causes metal to rust oxidate
A metal solution for an alloy could be a complete or partial solid solution.
aluminum is a material that comes from a metal so the metal is a raw material
Yes, the noun metal is a material noun. A material noun is a word for a material or a substance used to make other things. Metal is used to make many things.
metal is made out of ore