dental surgeon

NOUN
  1. a dentist qualified to perform surgical procedures
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How To Use dental surgeon In A Sentence

  • Government hospitals have a dental surgeon on duty day and night just like a regular duty doctor, Dr. Veerabahu says.
  • Volunteer dental surgeons are undertaking checkups, fillings, extractions and teeth cleaning.
  • The fees offered by the NHS do not recompense dental surgeons for their professional time.
  • Eventually, Project X-Ray (as the training program was dubbed) was canceled, and bat bombers, the brainchild of dental surgeon Lytle S. Adams, were never deployed overseas.
  • He is a dental surgeon.
  • We can also accuse the dental surgeon of being unsympathetic and the researcher of being unscrupulous for selfish reasons. They have both failed in their duty.
  • And he is horrified that if he had had opted for his son to have a general anaesthetic, which he was offered, the dental surgeon at Leeds Dental Institute could have operated on the wrong side.
  • The dental surgeon disinfected dental instruments with alcohol.
  • We can also accuse the dental surgeon of being unsympathetic and the researcher of being unscrupulous for selfish reasons. They have both failed in their duty.
  • Holliday was a strange man: a Southern gentleman of elaborate courtesy, a hot-tempered brawling drunk, a fiercely loyal friend, a skilled professional gambler and hustler, a trained dental surgeon thus his nickname, a longtime sufferer of tuberculosis, and a coldly murderous gunfighter. New Tales of the Old West
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