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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The Dental Unit industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
In 2007, she got called back to work on the mobile dental unit.
We already have a dental unit out there that can't cater for demand.
Hospital Ships Manunda & Wanganella 2 captains Facio Maxillary Units 4 majors Casualty Clearing Stations 9 captains Australian General Hospitals 22 majors or captains Royal Military College Dental Unit 1 captain Supernumerary List 3 major & 14 captains
Shuey explained that sheet-metal parts are used in dental chairs, dental furniture, and dental units, the latter being delivery systems that include the dentist's controls and instrumentation as well as instruments for his assistant.
Tenders are invited for Provision of stationary dental unit including complementary operating equipment.
In their 2003 dental infection control guidelines, the CDC greatly expanded the section on dental unit water quality.
The dental unit market segment includes the attachment rate of multimedia systems.
Contract awarded for dental unit with bright blue ultrasound no.
Michael Weitzner, vice president of clinical product development for UnitedHealthcare Specialty Benefits dental unit.
Knapp volunteers with Florida Baptist Convention Mobile Dental Unit and has also been instrumental in the formation of a new ADAA local component.
Biofilms are communities of microorganisms that are firmly attached to a surface such as a urinary catheter, a medical implant, or the inside of dental unit water lines.