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den·tal his·to·ry

(den'tăl his'tŏr-ē)
A written documentation of a patient's oral health covering all particulars of disease and therapy.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dental history

A record of all aspects of a person's oral health, previous evaluations and treatments, and the state of general physical and mental health.
See: oral diagnosis
See also: history
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

den·tal his·to·ry

(den'tăl his'tŏr-ē)
A written documentation of a patient's oral health covering all particulars of disease and therapy.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Knowledge of the literature-based definition of this anomaly, review of dental history, and the use of accurate imaging resources, such as CBCT, are essential for a correct diagnosis and establishment of an adequate treatment plan in geminated teeth.
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A problem exists for the unique profession of military dentistry in that published records of military dental history are very few, and dentists frequently focus on dentistry's vast and growing scientific information pool, often to the neglect of military history.
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While dental history is at the heart of the museum, the exhibitions and programs interpret the past and present for a contemporary audience.
In addition, it is alleged that Mr Shields did not satisfy himself that the treatment Darren would receive would be of a high standard and that he failed in the referral form to explain the reasons for the proposed extraction and to give adequate details of Darren's previous medical and dental history.
Past dental history revealed normal eruption of deciduous dentition.
The patient's dental history included a traumatic dental injury that occurred two months prior to visiting the department in June 2006.
His family and dental history were noncontributory.
(1) A full medical and dental history, extraoral and intraoral examinations, and laboratory tests are required for evaluation of a patient presenting with pigmented lesion.
Past dental history revealed that about two years before the patient had undergone a traffic accident and six months later a nodular growth occurred in his chin area.

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