Definition of 'dentistry'
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Medical and dentistry students were the most likely to complete their courses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She could not sing for weeks and had to have cosmetic dentistry. The Sun (2006)Fees for degrees in medicine, dentistry and veterinary sciences are higher still. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And in the world of stardom, the perfect smiles are mostly down to cosmetic dentistry. The Sun (2007)More than a quarter of the population have cosmetic dentistry, with whitening being the most popular treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The English regard conversations about politics with the same distaste that they would have for eating horsemeat or cosmetic dentistry. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Cosmetic dentistry is growing rapidly in the UK. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Learning the ropes, learning the science behind dentistry, reading all the dental journals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Thirty per cent of my patients want cosmetic dentistry, and that number's increasing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Always encouraged to succeed, her daughters are now studying medicine, dentistry and engineering. The Golden Thread - Asian experiences of post-Raj Britain (1990)Only the restrictions on numbers in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine and nursing will remain in place. Times, Sunday Times (2014)By contrast, only 2% of students on medical and dentistry courses fail to last the first year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Soaring numbers are buying 5 DIY dentistry kits to replace loose fillings and crowns. The Sun (2015)International students make up 6-7 per cent of students accepted to UK universities to study medicine and dentistry. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But last week a Manchester woman received 50,000 in compensation after cosmetic dentistry involving dental veneers left her in constant pain and unable to eat. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The company grew rapidly through a series of takeovers of provincial chains, expanding into laser eye surgery, dentistry and cosmetic surgery along the way. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Used Occasionally. dentistry is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'dentistry'
British English: dentistry NOUN
Dentistry is the work done by a dentist.
Definition of dentistry from the Collins English Dictionary
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