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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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Miss Jones, who works as a dental nurse at Oasis Dental Care in Flint, is heading to Tanzania in Africa to carry out treatment and train healthcare workers.
BRIDGE OF EARN DENTAL PRACTICE DENTAL NURSE The Perth-based practice are hiring a part-time dental nurse to join their friendly, family practice.
SIDE by Side volunteer Jan Sumner, a dental nurse from Wirral, is making a difference to a person living with dementia by spending her free time helping them do the things they love.
A DENTAL nurse known as "The Oracle" is celebrating her 50th year working for the NHS - without taking a single day off sick.
D'Mello and dental nurse Caroline Surgey are due before the General Dental Council on Monday.
Hollins presents a study guide for candidates for the City & Guilds Diploma in Dental Nursing, Level 3, one of two routes to become a certified dental nurse in Britain.
I have already started my first job as a dental nurse and I am aspiring to do more, possibly going on to become a dental therapist.
The most dramatic story focuses on 29-year-old dental nurse Kerry.
Dr Fuz Jamall and dental nurse Jenny Stubbs spent time with children from years 3 and 5 and chatted to them about the importance of good dental care.
Meanwhile , dental nurse Annette Brodie |talked about teeth at Slaithwaite Health Centre to these children from Linthwaite Ardron Memorial C of E School, right.
Written by a specially trained dental nurse at King's College Hospital Dental Nurse Education & Training Centre, "My Clean Teeth" teaches parents and kids all the best ways to promote healthy teeth, including limiting sweets.
So off to Wellington I went to become the second male school dental nurse in New Zealand.