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dentally

(ˈdɛntəlɪ)
adv
in relation to the teeth
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But, as though sensing our gnawing disappointment at there being a big Rob Beckettshaped chasm in the weekend viewing schedules, they've brought the dentally overendowed comic back to front All Together Now.
Criteria for Dental Implant Placement SUBJECTS CRITERIA Inclusion At least 18 years of age Systemically and Dentally healthy Demonstrated ability to maintain oral hygiene Willingness and ability to commit to follow-up Provide signed informed consent Properly evaluation of the quantity and quality ol bone Exclusion Lack of skeletal maturity Uncontrolled disease or conditions that could Impede bone healing or soft tissue health Mental, emotional, or lifestyle factors that could adversely impact treatment and follow- up Table II.
Located in an area considered dentally underserved by the Health Resources and Services Administration, the college also treats low-income and underserved patients throughout the region.
Participants indicating 'Yes' to these items were more dentally anxious than those who responded 'No'.
19) The role of the dentist is important in developing an understanding of how children become dentally fearful.
He said: "He'd not been dentally aware in his earlier life and he'd lost all of his 12 posterior molars and one upper premolar, so he went to great lengths to have some extensive dental treatment done of very high quality.
He said: "He'd not been dentally aware in his earlier life and he'd lost all of his 12 posterior molars and one upper premolar so he went to great lengths to have some extensive dental treatment done of very high quality.
And interestingly, research has showed that the largest proportion of dentally anxious patients had a self-perception of being inferior with respect to some area of bodily appearance or function (Schuller, Willumsen & Holst 2003).
The Swartkops River was lined with Prawn Pumpers, Varlets many and various, Illicit Bait Diggers, past the sell-by date tjokkavangers, and other members of the then recently-emergent socio-politico-scroto-econometric class known as the Dentally Disadvantaged.
Clinical dental services must be provided to indigent or dentally underserved populations.
2) Many hospitals do not have the equipment or staff for dental care; (3,4) and 90% of dentally related emergency department visits do not result in definitive dental treatment.
4 million free health screenings are a critical component of the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes program that offers health services and information to athletes who often are medically and dentally underserved.