noun as in dentures
The implants must fit together precisely to support a body in motion, said UCLA neurosurgeon Dr. Duncan McBride.
The flashy businessman who sold her implants, meanwhile, lived a life of luxury.
He told CIR that she did not ask for samples of screws or talk about implants.
But he did recall that Spinal Solutions once sent a set of implants without labels.
It remains unclear when Spinal Solutions began to counterfeit surgical implants.
To prevent so disastrous a result nature implants a desire for resemblance, which desire man instinctively acts upon.
He continually imparts to it new forms and shapes, and implants order and regularity in the world.
Faith in God implants this law in the individual and national heart.
In the East where greater sex licence is allowed, it seems quite safe to trust 59 Nature and follow the instincts she implants.
To perfect the commisariat, she implants in each a little rapacity to get the supply, and a little over-supply, of his wants.
On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to implants, such as: bridge, choppers, partial, artificial teeth, dental plate, and set of teeth.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.