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.
However, if we bring the patient back for coronal polishing only, then a D1110 could be used within 90 days.
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.
During the Oklahoma Dental Association (ODA) and the Oklahoma Dental Assistant Association (ODAA) Annual Sessions in late April, the subject most discussed, of course, was infection control In Oklahoma, the ODA Foundation (ODAF) has been providing all education required for dental assistants in Pit & Fissure, Coronal Polishing and Radiology.
Reflecting the new requirement that EFDAs take three hours of training in coronal polishing, fluoride treatments and impressions for athletic appliances, NEPADAS hosted a luncheon and course for EFDAs at no charge.