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There is a risk this sends a message to doctors and dentists that they are not trusted by the NHS. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One nice little investment was an administration system for dentists where people paid monthly for care. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They also complained they could not get appointments to see a doctor or a dentist. The Sun (2008)After leaving hospital he visited his dentist to begin reconstruction work on his teeth. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The process requires two or three initial visits to the dentist to have mouth guards and moulds fitted. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But it might be possible to find a quality dentist abroad who does the job well and charges you less. The Sun (2015)England dare not risk another controversial trip to the dentist's chair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's difficult to find a dentist in this area. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Visit the dentist before you leave and if you wear glasses, carry a spare pair. The Sun (2010)Check the qualifications of the doctor or dentist Find out what are needed in the country where you will be having treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ask around friends and family to find a sympathetic dentist near you, then take a deep breath and book that first appointment. The Sun (2010)I was scared of needles and sitting in the dentist's chair. The Sun (2014)I lay down on what looked like a dentist's chair and had anaesthetic drops put into my eyes. The Sun (2012)The rest is on the high street in cosmetic clinics, dentists, hairdressers and the rest. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You wouldn't want your dentist treating your blood pressure, would you? The Sun (2015)Afterwards the pair could not stop laughing about the incident outside the dentist's surgery in central London. The Sun (2014)Although under-18s qualify for free dental treatment, parents are struggling to find a dentist to treat them. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Indeed, the main reason younger people seek out dentists now is for whitening, not for drilling and filling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Although the elderly tend to have the worst teeth, the young were most afraid of the dentist's chair. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nurses and social workers figure prominently in the research but also involved are teachers, doctors, dentists and clergy. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)Seeing what a difference straightening and whitening your teeth make to your face had me running to the dentist for a check-up, and you will be too. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'dentist'
British English: dentist /ˈdɛntɪst/ NOUN
A dentist is a person qualified to treat people's teeth.
Visit your dentist twice a year for a checkup.
- American English: dentist
- Arabic: طَبِيبُ الَأسْنان
- Brazilian Portuguese: dentista
- Chinese: 牙医
- Croatian: zubar
- Czech: zubař
- Danish: tandlæge
- Dutch: tandarts
- European Spanish: dentista
- Finnish: hammaslääkäri
- French: dentiste
- German: Zahnarzt
- Greek: οδοντίατρος
- Italian: dentista
- Japanese: 歯科医
- Korean: 치과의사
- Norwegian: tannlege
- Polish: dentysta
- European Portuguese: dentista
- Romanian: stomatolog
- Russian: стоматолог
- Spanish: dentista
- Swedish: tandläkare
- Thai: หมอฟัน
- Turkish: dişçi
- Ukrainian: зубний лікар
- Vietnamese: nha sĩ
Definition of dentist from the Collins English Dictionary
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