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Tissue-bearing area

tissue-bearing area --> denture foundation area

That portion of the basal seat which supports the complete or partial denture base under occlusal load.

Synonym: basal seat, denture-bearing area, denture-supporting area, stress-bearing area, supporting area, tissue-bearing area.

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