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dental surgeon

n
(Dentistry) another name for dentist
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Noun1.dental surgeon - a dentist qualified to perform surgical procedures
dental practitioner, dentist, tooth doctor - a person qualified to practice dentistry
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dental surgeon

nmedico dentista m/f, odontoiatra m/f
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Meanwhile, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dental Surgeon officials said that it is very unfortunate that since 2001 dental surgeons are waiting for promotion.
TWO dental surgeons from a leading North East dental health group will swap their scrubs for guitars when they take part in a special charity event this month.
He said that the college administration has planned various programme in connection with the event including presentation of scholarly articles by renowned dental surgeons in a seminar on this occasion.
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At Liverpool Implant and Aesthetic Dental Spa our highly experienced team of dental surgeons are delighted to offer you a comprehensive consultation to discuss your dental issues and develop a customised treatment plan, just for you.
This figure included 503 Medical Officers and 30 Dental Surgeons who were appointed on contract/ adhoc basis against vacant post in various public sector hospitals during the year 2011-13.
The group consisted of a pediatrician, family physician, anesthesiologist, ophthalmologist, urologist, cardiologist, gynecologist and three dental surgeons and was separated into four groups: urology, gynecology, dentistry and pediatrics-circumcision.
Therewith all dentists and dental surgeons, no matter what their different individual needs are, will find the perfect solution for their surgical work.
DENTAL surgeons in India's largest city have removed 232 small "tooth-like structures" from the mouth of a teenage boy with a rare medical condition.
It now contains articles of value to dental patients and also gives them an opportunity to interact with the dental surgeons of Tropicana Dental.
From there, the development of dentistry as a distinct profession is traced, beginning with the appointment of specialist dental surgeons in the royal courts of France and England.