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dental

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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dentalden‧tal /ˈdentl/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  HBHHBArelating to your teethdental treatment/care Dental care was free in the 60s.dental disease/problems/decay etc
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dentalWater fluoridation costing £260,000 is to restart to protect against dental decay in the region.A month later, he was forced to step down as dean of the dental department at the college.Thus the impact of an increased risk of coronary heart disease associated with poor dental health could be substantial.Then they learn that Lincoln employees receive no company-paid dental insurance benefits, no paid holidays, and have no sick leave.Then, going through the Wanted Ads in the newspaper, I actually saw three advertisements asking for dental mechanics' assistants.They told him that their plan, at the time, was to recruit primarily from medical and dental schools.In addition higher charges were made for all forms of dental treatment and new charges introduced for sight and dental checks.dental treatmentAfter all, we plan for meals, work, dental visits, errands, and television programs.dental treatment/careOthers are planned for dental care.In addition higher charges were made for all forms of dental treatment and new charges introduced for sight and dental checks.Proposition 186 would cover prescriptions for everyone, preventive dental care for adults and full dental care for children.Products offered by service industries include hospital care, dental treatment, holiday arrangements and accountancy services, for example. 5.In midst of massive dental treatment - it feels like the rebuilding of Windsor Castle in my jaw.Most senior citizens also lack coverage for prescription drugs and dental care, which are not covered by Medicare.
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