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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Most coronal polishing studies conducted one to two decades ago used metal prophylaxis angles, rubber cups, and prophylaxis pastes.[1-12]
Pit & Fissure and Coronal Polishing certificates will be discontinued on September 1, 2017
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Under his guidance Beth earned her Ohio Dental Assistant's Radiographer's license, DANB certification, Coronal Polishing certification, and became a member of the ADAA.
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