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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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After taking a thorough medical and dental history along with a detailed general and local examination, the painful swelling was differentially diagnosed to be a benign lipoma, a sebaceous cyst, an epidermoid cyst or a spindle cell lipoma.
In addition, the system enables patients to fill out and update their medical history and dental history before visiting the dental office, saving time for the patient and the dental office.
All necessary information like patient age, gender, address and any other significant medical information were recorded on a predesigned proforma by the author, followed by detailed dental history, intra-oral examination and radiographs.
A more accurate assessment of risk is likely to be obtained by evaluating factors such as a high sugar or acid diet, frequency of snacking, low social status, poor oral health in close relatives, low dental awareness and past dental history, in addition to other specific factors (see Table 1).
DENTAL HISTORY What is the patient's most recent care history: procedures, fluoride therapy, success during treatment?
He or she may offer advice based on your dental history.
The alternative to a dental insurance plan is a capitation plan, whereby a patient undergoes an assessment with a dentist who then sets monthly payment according to the patient's dental history and the state of their teeth.
Ask the resident and responsible party for a dental history of problems, concerns, or special needs on admission.
I would encourage anyone with a poor dental history to consider taking calcium supplements.
No matter your age or dental history you are guaranteed acceptance and renewal, and there is no waiting period for any preventive services.
Dental history sheets were used to rule out any systemic disease and history of dental trauma.

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