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Synonyms for dental

a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge

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Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Company, LLC is a privately held company that produces dental instruments and products distributed in more than 80 countries with offices in Germany, Italy, India, China and Japan.
Senior Airman Henjes works proudly in the Dental Instrument Processing Center.
2-in-l Dental Instrument, which combines a pick and a scaler, and the Sword Floss Proxi-Plus, an interdental cleaning device that combines a sword flosser at one end and a ultra fine brush for cleaning between the teeth at the other.
Medical and dental instruments are composed of a variety of materials, some that can withstand repeated applications of heat and chemical treatment, and others that will fail, quickly and completely, upon such exposures.
Reprocessing dental instruments refers to using high-level disinfectants, instrument lubricants and sterilization pouches in order to prevent infection.
Iqbal said that manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, medicines, cosmetics, surgical and dental instruments, textile, leather, sports, and furniture, food and agriculture items have been invited to showcase their products.
Anees Iqbal said that manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, medicines, cosmetics, surgical and dental instruments, textile, leather, sports, furniture, food and agriculture items could showcase their products.
In dentistry, infection control is a major concern due to risk of transmission of communicable diseases.1 According to the universal guidelines, dental practitioners are required to sterilise instruments that come in contact with the saliva and blood during dental procedures.2,3 Proper sterilisation of the dental instruments by adhering to the universal infection control protocols can prevent the spread of infection.4,5 Various doubts have been raised over the effectiveness of instrument cleaning in the dental practices.
It had particular concerns about decontamination procedures, which involves sterilising and cleaning dental instruments, and the "safe" use of radiographic equipment.
In a pocket-sized, spiral-bound textbook and reference, Phinney and Halstead provide dental assistant students the basic knowledge necessary regarding dental instruments, and allow them to view each instrument and learn its uses, parts, and other miscellaneous information.