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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The microbial contamination in dental unit waterlines was first described by Blake in 19632.
This is in concordance with findings in others studies where no difference was seen in the microbial contamination in dental unit water systems regardless of whether these systems were main, bottle, or header tank fed or whether the water used was hard, soft, deionized, or distilled (6).
As there was microbial contamination in output water and also in the biofilms of the DUWLs irrespective of whether they were using bore well water or distilled water, the number of CFUs in the DUWLs was compared with the ADA recommended standard for dental unit output water of a microbial load of less than 200 CFU/ml.
32 Dental Unit was raised for service in Malaya and Borneo
A Dental Unit was organic to the Combat Support Group, in the Communication Zone the allocation was also one unit per 5000 troops.
4,15) In addition, an EPA standard of no more than 500 heterotrophic bacteria per mL of drinking water has been established and the ADA standard is that dental unit water should contain no more than 200 heterotrophic bacteria per mL.
Since most samples of dental unit water do not meet accepted standards for allowable heterotrophic contamination, questions have arisen concerning whether such water poses a health threat to patients.
Dr Ahmed bin Kalban, CEO of Primary Healthcare Sector at the DHA, said, "The dental units have the latest X-ray equipment and are even fitted with intra-oral cameras.
1 Dental Units and Equipment, Revenue ($ mn), 2005-2016
3 Dental Units and Equipment, Average Price ($), 2005-2016
It is also His Highness's orders to utilize these mobile dental units to reach out to the youth through schools and educate them about the importance of oral health.
We intend to use these mobile dental units to carry out mass screening for students to raise awareness about the importance of dental hygiene and regular check-ups".