A disk attached through its middle to an axle that rotates. In dentistry, small wheels are attached to a handpiece or lathe, and used for polishing and shaping teeth, restorations, and appliances.
A cutting wheel containing silicon carbide, in variable grit sizes.
In dentistry, a wheel that contains diamond powder or chips.
A symbol used by Native Americans to represent wholeness and balance. The medicine wheel consists of a circle with four quadrants representing spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional planes of existence. See: illustration
In dentistry, a wheel made of soft material suitable for polishing teeth or restorations.
A round calculator, similar to a slide rule in its construction, that uses the first day of the last menstrual period of a pregnant woman to identify the expected date that her baby will be born.
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