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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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A readable dental record is essential for future reference by the attending dentist.
A lawmaker has filed a bill requiring elementary and secondary schools to maintain medical and dental records of their students.
Clinician compliance with the electronic dental record policy, the quality of the data, and practical application of the data were readily apparent after the first month.
18] In 1987, the American Dental Association published its recommendations for structure and guidelines of the dental record.
With a single pathway flow of real-time dental readiness data, 6 common data elements could be used to electronically determine if a RC Soldier could be validated as dental-ready without the use of paper dental records.
3) In addition, dental records must be confidential and protected against disclosure to unauthorized people.
We've incorporated our Mental Health Treatment Planner and Dental Record Manager Plus products into vxVistA.
A team identified him by a dental record and photo of him in uniform.
When the local Dental Practice Board asked to inspect dental record cards and x-ray samples these had not been available.
THE full extent of Scotland's poor dental record has been exposed, with one in five people having lost their natural teeth.
The exam includes bitewing x-rays and a cleaning, as well as a permanent dental record for parents to keep with their child identification records.
Fluoride could be added to salt bought in supermarkets in a bid to improve Scotland's poor dental record.