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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Previous studies addressing dental fear, anxiety, and phobia have reported that the primary reason people avoid dental treatment is fear of pain.
Dental fear has many causes (Berggren, 1992; Liddell, DiFazio, Blackwood, & Ackerman, 1994).
Two years ago, we saw limited benefit in voluntary dental programs.
which has been selling voluntary dental products since 1997, has found tremendous growth in the work-site market, a sector that accounts for 12% of its dental sales block.
A recent Dental Education in Care of the Disabled (DECOD) study of 106 RSA-supported rehabilitation agencies and organizations serving people with functional disabilities in Washington, Alaska, Oregon, and Idaho revealed significant dental needs.
Similar barriers to dental care are evident in other areas of the United States.
Figure 48: Dental Chairs and Equipment, Saudi Arabia, Company Share (%), 2010 108
Figure 49: Dental Implants, Saudi Arabia, Company Share (%), 2010 110
and its wholly owned subsidiaries, provide business support services to nearly 300 dental offices in 18 states nationwide.
offers dentists and their patients numerous benefits and advantages over traditional dental care models.