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ul·tra·son·ic clean·ing

in dentistry, the use of a high-frequency vibrating point to remove deposits from tooth structure; the process of cleaning dentures by placing them in a special liquid in a container that generates high-frequency vibrations.

ultrasonic cleaning

the use of high-frequency vibrations to dislodge deposits from teeth or other objects.

ul·tra·son·ic clean·ing

(ŭl'tră-son'ik klēn'ing)
In dentistry, the use of a high-frequency vibrating point to remove deposits from tooth structure.

ul·tra·son·ic clean·ing

(ŭl'tră-son'ik klēn'ing)
1. In dentistry, use of a high-frequency vibrating point to remove deposits from tooth structure.
2. Process of cleaning dentures by placing them in a special liquid in a container that generates high-frequency vibrations.

ultrasonic

beyond the audible range; relating to sound waves having a frequency of more than 20,000 cycles per second.

ultrasonic cleaning
surgical instruments can be thoroughly cleaned by the use of ultrasonic waves which cause the formation of minute gas bubbles which, when they collapse, form shock waves.
ultrasonic heating
the use of ultrasound for producing localized hyperthermia.
ultrasonic pregnancy diagnosis
ultrasonic probe
used to disintegrate masses internally, e.g. the optic lens.
ultrasonic tooth scaling
the use of vibrations to remove supragingival calculus. See ultrasonic scaler.
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