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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The medical and dental history revealed that in 2015 an excision of moderately differentiated mucoepidermoid carcinoma at the upper right posterior molar region and hemimaxillectomy were carried out with simultaneous reconstruction by a FRF of the iliac crest (Figures 5 and 6).
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.
"We will discuss your previous dental history and any existing dental health conditions and, together, we will plan for a better future for your oral health."
A traumatic injury to a tooth may prevent the lack of a response to pulp tests and mimic that of pulpal necrosis; therefore a good dental history is imperative.
Dental history included mandibular left quadrant implant placement 4 years earlier, resulting in parasthesia of her lower lip secondary to surgical injury to the inferior alveolar nerve.
The clinical team will recognize that while the payer is not liable for the entire dental history, the infection must be sufficiently cleared up before the injury-specific dental care can occur.
Firstly, a patient's mouth and teeth are examined and medical and dental history is taken.
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).
This finding is consistent with his dental history. Soft tissue examination is within normal limits.
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. They also need to be aware of the treatment in case of complications later.

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