dental work

dental work

[′dent·əl ‚wərk]
(chemistry)
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An examination of the dental records revealed extensive dental work worth $20,000.
Dental work resulting from an accident--such as a car crash--may be covered under a patient's medical plan.
Its Beryllium Surveillance testing laboratory is just one of several unique specialty laboratories where beryllium--used in aerospace, ceramic manufacturing, electronics, atomic energy and defense industries, lab work and mineral extraction, dental work, metal recycling, golf clubs, and fluorescent lamps--is studied and tested for.
Eichmiller's group normally designs materials for use in dental work.
Over the years, she's had lots of dental work done in the hope of losing the burning sensation in her mouth--all in vain.
The brightness of the maxillary sinus lesion and the patient's recent history of dental work suggested that the mass might very well have been a foreign body.
North Americans tend to travel to Central and South America for cosmetic surgery and dental work when their economy is strong and their dollars go farther, says the WHO.
But the researchers said their trial showed most would prefer to be spared years of taunts and anxiety even if they had to have more corrective dental work later on.
He points out that Ratmansky has learned his lessons trader the "hothouse conditions of the West, where the Royal Danish Ballet is marked by a brand of Socialism where the dancers are in power and even have their dental work paid for by the theater.
The band's UK tour is to go ahead as planned after singer Liam Gallagher's extensive dental work to replace his broken teeth proved successful.