coronal polishing


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cor·o·nal pol·ish·ing

(kōrŏ-năl polish-ing)
Burnishing of the anatomic crowns of the teeth to remove dental biofilm and extrinsic stains; process does not involve calculus removal, however.
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However, if we bring the patient back for coronal polishing only, then a D1110 could be used within 90 days.
The IDAA had input on several changes to the rule for delegating coronal polishing and fluoride application for dental assistants.
PDAA is working to amend HB1257 that would, as proposed, allow DANB CDAs to do coronal polishing, fluoride and take impressions for athletic mouth guards on children up to the age of 17.