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The loss of bone can cause discomfort and prevent patients from receiving dental implants.
Despite being crafted to fit securely against the oral cavity or to bond onto existing teeth or implants, there are times when dentures become loose and cause discomfort and soreness in the gums.
Their bites cause discomfort, numbness, severe swelling and, occasionally, chest pains.
REVELATIONS EVELATIONS that South Africa's FA spent that South Africa's FA spent development money on 27 Mercedes cars for its development money on 27 Mercedes cars for its executives after the 2010 World Cup continues to cause executives after the 2010 World Cup continues to cause discomfort for FIFA.
The sensor is completely wireless, so that there are no wires to entangle the patient, cause discomfort, or break.
Bigger cysts that cause discomfort can be removed with a small operation.
The slipper bath is perfect for wallowing in at the end of a busy day, as the softly shaped ends means that there are no hard edges to cause discomfort.
De Villiers fractured his hand during the IPL in 2011 after which he had a plate inserted to assist with recovery, although the plate had started to cause discomfort and needed to be surgically removed.
He said: "Pyrotechnic devices don't add to the atmosphere, they only cause discomfort to fellow supporters.
They can cause discomfort and also swollen legs and ankles.
If the spine actually breaks off in the foot it will cause discomfort until it is removed.
SFDA said the presence of such insects or larvae does not directly affect health but may cause discomfort in infants as a result of consumption.