Definition of 'dental'
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They may be open or they may direct you to an urgent dental care service. The Sun (2016)His brother had to be identified from dental records. Times, Sunday Times (2017)After rent and food, dental care must be about the biggest annual expenditure for many people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Families in the US usually need insurance to get dental treatment. The Sun (2016)Eating it always made me feel ashamed and in need of an urgent dental appointment. The Sun (2013)Why not invest more money in dental healthcare free at the point of delivery? Times, Sunday Times (2009)They may have to be identified by dental records. The Sun (2013)This means a high standard of dental hygiene and taking antibiotics before and after having dental treatment. BMA Family Doctor Guide - Heart Disease (1989)Doctors cannot predict what the future holds for the former dental nurse. The Sun (2009)Their bodies were identified from dental records. The Sun (2006)Surely at some stage in her life she will have medical or dental treatment? The Sun (2015)She also told them the name of our dentist so they could get her dental records. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But he regained consciousness and tests showed he may need only dental treatment. The Sun (2012)Police were using dental records to try to identify the woman and appealed for witnesses. The Sun (2012)Who runs to a dental appointment? Times, Sunday Times (2006)We have health checks and dental check-ups. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One such task was to give a fully grown lion a dental check-up. The Sun (2014)You can get other benefits while you are pregnant, for example free prescriptions and dental care. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)Otherwise, sort out a dental appointment in due course. The Sun (2013)Ask your dentist to check you each time you go for a dental check-up. Understanding Cancer (1987)Well, dental care is an area we blokes sometimes neglect. The Sun (2016)We are dealing with people with a history of no dental treatment - they need massive attention. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And a third of the population have not been for a dental check-up in the past year. The Sun (2008)They claim the former dental nurse signed away her parental rights in return for a house and a multi-million dollar lump sum. The Sun (2009)There are also opportunities for free treatment by dental students at all UK dental schools. Times, Sunday Times (2008)By ghastly bad luck, she'd had a dental appointment not long after mine. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'dental'
British English: dental /ˈdɛntl/ ADJECTIVE
Dental is used to describe things relating to teeth.
...free dental treatment.
- American English: dental
- Arabic: مُتَعَلِّق بلَأسْنان
- Brazilian Portuguese: dental
- Chinese: 牙科的
- Croatian: zubni
- Czech: zubní
- Danish: tand-
- Dutch: tandheelkundig
- European Spanish: dental
- Finnish: hammas-
- French: dentaire
- German: dental
- Greek: οδοντικός
- Italian: dentale
- Japanese: 歯の
- Korean: 이의
- Norwegian: tann-
- Polish: dentystyczny
- European Portuguese: dental
- Romanian: dentar
- Russian: зубной
- Spanish: dental
- Swedish: tand-
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับฟัน
- Turkish: diş
- Ukrainian: зубний
- Vietnamese: thuộc răng
Definition of dental from the Collins English Dictionary
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