dental caries

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Synonyms for dental caries

soft decayed area in a tooth

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A dental infection control and prevention coordinator must be a strong leader, a detail-oriented individual, and have a passion for learning.
The root causes of NCF include dental infection (~80% of cases), trauma, boils, peritonsillar abscess, pharyngitis, insect bites, surgery, and varicella.
Necrotising fasciitis of the face: a rare but dangerous complication of dental infection.
The surgeon said the abscess was caused by the raging eight-year-old dental infection.
Another patient was treated with a course of oral amoxycillin and metronidazole to manage an acute dental infection.
Desailly said: "I have an inflammation of an Achilles tendon problem related to a dental infection.
Likely sources of dental infection should be rigorously eliminated [AIII].
And the lack of saliva dramatically increases the chances of dental infection and subsequent complications if precautions aren't taken.
In the role of infection control specialist, this means dental assistants must not only document proficiency in dental infection control protocols, but they must always adhere to current Center for Disease Control recommendations and comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state regulations.
The paper, titled "Survey Analysis of Parental Awareness and Behaviors Regarding Children's Dental Care and Dental Infection Control," is available for download at www.
The most common etiology was a dental infection, which was seen in 7 of the 11 patients (64%).
Ramalho - the Brazilian striker was in bed for three days after swallowing a suppository intended to treat a dental infection.
Making the diagnosis of a draining sinus tract in the setting of a chronic dental infection can be challenging for several reasons.
Table 31: World Recent Past, Current & Future Market Analysis for Dental Infection Control Equipment by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East and Latin America Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72
Recently, and most paramount to the dental consumer, is the concern with dental infection control practices.