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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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It takes educators to train and educate dental staff.
It is a fact that ultimately, the clinic is still a part of the prison and therefore, guidelines must be implemented to ensure the safety of the dental staff including the inmates.
The dentist and dental staff must also recognize the genetic basis for these disorders, and be able to provide genetic counseling.
In the meantime, the dental staff will visit the primary schools and provide guidance and preventive treatment through mobile dental clinics.
s) based on folktandvrden skne ab~s project, The center for mental health is the organization~s objective of pursuing future training and skills development with technology that enables live treatments, Webinars, Lectures and auscultations at a distance for dental staff.
It is important to make note of this problem especially among dentists as it is postulated that dentists and dental staff are a frequent cause of transmitting infections to themselves as well as to patients.
But the regulator said dental staff could be prosecuted if they knowingly bought equipment that put patients at risk.
The number of medical and dental staff, which includes consultants, registrars, junior doctors, and dental staff now stands at 6,120, an increase of 109 between 2014 and 2015.
Human resource management: It's important to have trained and dedicated staff or external partners to deal with time-consuming regulatory and insurance issues so that medical and dental staff can focus on patient care.
Disease transfer to the dentist and dental staff during dental care is considered an " occupational exposure" to a given pathogen on the other side the disease may also be transmitted from the dentist to the patient as well as from one patient to the other.
After returning to school and graduating in 2012, she works as Administrative Assistant for the Dental Staff School of Tennessee.
The primary goal is to build capacity and expand knowledge and skills among dental staff within tribal and urban dental clinics, enabling staff to implement oral disease prevention initiatives that will reduce the prevalence of periodontal disease and ECC.