dental treatment


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dental treatment

Any of a variety of treatments of the teeth and adjacent tissues to restore or maintain normal oral health and function.
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While travelling abroad may appear to be a cheaper way to receive private dental treatments, difficulties can arise if there are problems with the treatment when the patient returns home.
From these observations we agree with previous studies that the dental treatment of males affected with X-linked HED should begin as early as possible in order to gain good chewing ability, good aesthetics and of course to avoid teasing and social isolation [Bergendal 2002; Nunn et al.
According to Scottish Government figures, the NHS spent PS193million last year on adult dental treatment and also picked up the PS66million bill for free treatment for children.
Being able to engage children in discussions of their hobbies and pastimes shows them that we are interested in them and with time this helps to gain their trust and hence facilitate their dental treatment.
Foreign patients came to Eastern Europe where the quality of the dental treatment was the same as in the developed countries but at significantly lower prices, he added.
And up to a third of patients report moderate anxiety at the prospect of dental treatment, studies show.
2m to fund private dental treatment, it was revealed.
2 million to fund private dental treatment, it was revealed today.
2m worth of loans were taken out for dental treatment.
A "SHOCKING number" of people are having emergency dental treatment at hospital because of a lack of NHS dentists - at a cost of tens of thousands of pounds to the taxpayer.
The ability to thoroughly evaluate a patient's fear or anxiety as well as their behavior needs is of tremendous importance for patients who would otherwise delay or avoid dental treatment.
It will provide blind children from the Bahrain-Saudi Blind Institute (BSBI), Isa Town and the Friendship Society for the Blind (FSB), with free dental treatment, in co-ordination with the Social Development Ministry.