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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The professional socialization of dental hygienists: from dental auxiliary to professional colleague.
It is interesting to report that being a dental auxiliary in Malaysia was associated with a higher risk of back pain compared to dentists.
While raising her children Jean was active and held offices in numerous clubs and organizations in the Worcester area including the Worcester Dental Auxiliary, the Worcester Women's Club, and the Women's Guild at St Francis Episcopal Church in Holden, where she also sang in the choir.
Data presented here indicate that there will be a need for 50 dental auxiliary employees per year state wide through 2010.
Participants in the debate include government officials and agencies, professional dental organizations, dental schools and dental auxiliary training programs, dental education accrediting bodies or agencies, advocacy organizations, the healthcare insurance industry, parents and/or legal guardians and, most important, individuals with disabilities.
Sports: Wind Surfing, Circuit Training Member: General Dental Council; Professional Conduct Committee of GDC; Speciality Board Royal College of Surgeons; Welsh Dental Committee; University of Wales Health Committee; UK Dental Auxiliary Committee; Management Board Executive UWCM; Executive Board Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust; President of Baltic Orthodontic Association.
If you worked as a part-time VA nurse, physicians' assistant, or expanded-function dental auxiliary, and retired between April 1986 and January 2002, you may be eligible for additional pension benefits.
The table clinics were well attended by many interested dentists and dental auxiliary.
A: The Ohio Dental Association (ODA) supported a separate amendment to the state budget, House Bill 59, to add that dental assistants and expanded dental auxiliary (EFDA) could also apply sealants without a prior dentist examination.