Meaning of dentistry in English:

dentistry

Pronunciation /ˈdɛntɪstri/

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noun

mass noun
  • The treatment of diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums, especially the repair and extraction of teeth and the insertion of artificial ones.

    ‘advances in modern dentistry’
    • ‘dentistry students’
    • ‘The advent of adhesive, tooth-coloured fillings has revolutionized restorative dentistry.’
    • ‘Perhaps the most stunning aspect of TV makeovers is the cosmetic dentistry.’
    • ‘Spending time on preventive dentistry is the single most effective way of preserving your precious teeth for a lifetime.’
    • ‘Overall, Kaveh estimates there are about 700 British students studying for medical or dentistry degrees in the country.’
    • ‘The Health Minister said she wanted patients to have easier access to locally-run NHS dentistry services.’
    • ‘I think he does dentistry work at least four days a week.’
    • ‘The new techniques emerging in dentistry are quite expensive, says Dr. Veerabahu.’
    • ‘Jenny first became interested in dentistry in developing countries when she was a student.’
    • ‘The dentistry practiced in a public health setting is very demanding.’
    • ‘She's planning to go to University to study dentistry.’