dental staff

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den·tal staff

(dentăl staf)
Health care personnel employed to render dental services.
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There are two dental staff officers in the headquarters company:
A dental staff member needs to be assigned to check your emergency drug kit and equipment weekly.
With a full list of services, from preventive to restorative and cosmetic, their dental staff offers the care and compassion patients need to make their dental experience easier.
The report detailed a series of cuts that have already been announced across the UK, including at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust, which expects to cut 1,013 full-time equivalent staff from 2010-15, including almost 50 doctors and dental staff, and 270 nursing staff.
Last night, a statement from the British Medical Association in Wales said the senior medical and dental staff committee in Conwy and Denbighshire unanimously requested advice on holding a ballot for action if the Assembly failed to fully fund the audited bid.
Mrs Johnson said the dental staff had known for the past two years that the roof was due for replacement and had been getting quotes and trying to find a supplier.
The dental staff also should practice infection-control precautions for all patients, meaning dentists and hygienists should wear gloves, protective eyewear and masks.
There were 4,032 (3,732 WTE) Medical and Dental staff at March 2013 working in hospital and community settings, excluding GPs.
This places great importance on the dental staff staying sharp and ensuring we not only treat all patients to the best of our abilities, but also teach proper techniques in maintaining oral health.
This provides the Crystal Clear Dental staff with more time to spend taking care of patients' needs,” said Dr.
Recording a verdict of death by medical misadventure, Coroner Karen Henderson said it was not possible to tell whether Sacha Rumaner, 30, would have been saved if dental staff had recognised she was suffering from anaphylactic shock brought on by chlorhexidine.