dental work

dental work

[′dent·əl ‚wərk]
(chemistry)
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Self-reporting of dental health by patients revealed that they find the procedure no worse than other dental work which overturns the popular belief that root canal work is the most unpleasant dental treatment.
The second you lie back in your dental chairs and ceiling-mounted flat screen TVs, tune in to all World Cup matches and football highlights while Dr Roze and his team of dentists carry out your dental work.
The company offers eligible members access to discounts on dental work at participating dental offices.
After medical care including dental work, they gained weight gradually and will now fly from Amman to Johannesburg.
To improve matters your old lad is likely to require dental work under anaesthetic to remove teeth that are beyond help, and to clean off accumulated tartar.
The TV presenter, 46, was recovering from two hours of dental work after being shot by her nine-year-old son!
KATIE PRICE, 39, is terrified by a nasty reaction to penicillin after having dental work in Turkey.
Thanks to the patience and guidance of the team of dentists at Queensway Dental, through the conscious sedation service, she was able to undergo vital dental work needed to give Sarah her smile back.
Maybe it is crooked teeth that have thrown your bite out of whack, or perhaps you suffered an injury, or the cause is dental work that was not quite right.
Alan Foster and the team at Foster Dental Care are out to change lives again this year by offering free smiles to those less fortunate who need dental work, as they host the latest event for Dentistry From The Heart (DFTH) on September 23, 2017, providing adult patients with free dental services.
Prior to that, when I was using toothpaste every time I brushed, I also needed additional dental work every time I had a cleaning.