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dental nurse

n
1. (Dentistry) a dentist's assistant, esp one who passes instruments, mixes fillings, etc
2. (Dentistry) NZ a nurse trained to do fillings and carry out other minor dental work on schoolchildren
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Eva Piatek, 27, a dental nurse from Middlesbrough: "As a mother I would do anything for my children, so I would brave the cold for them.
A DENTAL nurse claimed yesterday that a "cocky" dentist unclipped her bra and tugged at her pants.
Barton then began a consensual affair with dental nurse Ms B, from 2002 until 2007.
The young dental nurse, who lives in Masser Road, Holbrooks, said: "I normally go in for some porridge twice a week on my way to work.
Dental nurse Amanda Pal set out on the trip of a lifetime from her home in Australia and ended up stricken with a life-threatening illness on the other side of the world.
Mogamat Omar, of South Parade, Southsea, Portsmouth, is accused of kissing and embracing a dental nurse in his surgery while she carried out her duties.
Loudmouth dental nurse Jade, 21, has admitted doing `stuff' - Big Brother code for sex - with PJ, 22.
Salesman Greg, 28, was accused of sleeping with dental nurse Gaynor Bowe NINE DAYS after a Caribbean honeymoon with his new bride, a 23-year-old model.
Dental nurse wins job tribunal after getting written warning for eating apple.
Proof of its success can be witnessed at Oasis Dental Care in Caernarfon, where Rhiannon Wyn Owen took up a position as a trainee dental nurse.
SENIOR dental nurse Christina Vila Bea has reason to smile - after scoring top marks in a national exam.
Dental hygiene and therapy students will achieve a BSc (Hons) in Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy after three years' full-time study and Dental Nurse Practice students will be awarded a certificate of higher education following their one-year course.