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DENTAL DRILLS
GEORGE
MODERN DENTAL
DENTISTRY
NOISE
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Definitions

  1. The dental drill is a tool used by dentists to bore through tooth enamel as well as to clean and remove plaque from the tooth's surface. (Web site)
  2. Dental drill: A device that dentists use to drill into teeth.

Dental Drills

  1. This device consisted of a long metal rod with a handle and Diagram of a dental drill.
  2. The high speed dental drill may cause a smear layer, a layer of dead organic material.
  3. Another technology that may replace the dental drill is the laser. (Web site)
  4. The laser lacks the heat and vibration of the dental drill, so the procedure is quite comfortable for most patients. (Web site)
  5. A. Heat and vibration are the causes of most of the pain associated with the dental drill.

George

  1. The early Greek, Roman, and Jewish civilizations also developed versions of a dental drill. (Web site)
  2. However, it was not until Pierre Fauchard came on the scene that dental drill technology was rediscovered. (Web site)
  3. Greene Vardiman Black -He invented a foot-driven dental drill and is classed as a father of modern dentistry. (Web site)
  4. The first electric dental drill was invented in 1868 by GEORGE F. GREEN, a mechanic of the S.S. White Company.
  5. In 1868, American dentist George F. Green came up with a pneumatic dental drill powered with pedal -operated bellows. (Web site)

Modern Dental

  1. The most sophisticated dental drill has an internal cooling system, an epicyclic speed-increasing gearbox, and fiberoptic illumination. (Web site)
  2. To prevent these diseases, dentists use a dental drill or other tools to remove the plaque from a cavity. (Web site)
  3. The production of a dental drill is an integrated process in which individual components are first made and then assembled to make the final product. (Web site)
  4. The modern dental drill has enabled dentists to work more quickly and accurately than ever before, with less pain for the patient. (Web site)
  5. High speed drills were developed in 1911, but it was not until 1953 that the modern dental drill with its air turbine engine was introduced. (Web site)

Dentistry

  1. There are two types of devices that are currently used in dentistry to remove decay from teeth, one is the Dental Drill and the other is the Dental Laser.
  2. Since its development began in the mid 1700s, the dental drill has revolutionized the field of dentistry. (Web site)

Noise

  1. Yes. It is an especially good option for children who may be afraid of the needle, and the noise, and vibration of a regular dental drill.
  2. The sound of a dental drill is a noise to set your teeth on edge.

Categories

  1. Anatomy > Mouth > Teeth > Dentistry
  2. Glossaries > Glossary of Dentistry /

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