Translation of dentist in Spanish:


dentista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɛn(t)əst//ˈdɛntɪst/


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    dentista feminine
    odontólogo masculine formal
    odontóloga feminine formal
    to go to the dentist('s) ir al dentista
    • Gagging is a term that tends to be used somewhat differently by neurologists and by dentists.
    • Your dentist will look at your teeth for signs of wear due to grinding and examine your jaw joint.
    • On the second visit, the dentist glues the veneer onto the front of the tooth.
    • In the short-term, we will change the way dentists are remunerated for treating patients.
    • Often lip and oral cavity cancers are found by dentists when examining the teeth.
    • Visit your dentist regularly and have your teeth professionally cleaned as required.
    • You will have to follow what your dentist has taught you to make sure you remove plaque every day.
    • Before you have a tooth taken out, it is worth discussing with your dentist how it could be replaced.
    • Laughing gas is used by doctors and dentists as an anaesthetic or analgesic to numb pain, sedate and allay anxiety.
    • Tayside health chiefs admit they are struggling to find enough dentists to treat all the children who need care.
    • If you do not go to the dentist, you may not know that you have these diseases until it's too late.
    • Most dentists recommend that you should replace your toothbrush at least every three months.
    • Most people have teeth removed under local anaesthesia by a general dentist or oral surgeon.
    • Doctors, nurses even dentists are taken to court for not taking the right action or making a mistake.
    • Check with your dentist or health visitor if you are unsure about how to look after your baby's teeth.
    • Your dentist or dental hygienist can apply topical fluorides during dental visits.
    • Bad breath is usually caused by a problem in the mouth, so you need to visit your dentist for diagnosis.
    • Your dentist or health visitor can help you look after you child's teeth if you are not sure what to do.
    • Visit your dentist or hygienist to have your teeth scaled and polished on a regular basis.
    • It is likely your dentist will prescribe antibiotics to control the infection.