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- adj. Of, or relating to the dental speciality of orthodontics.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to orthodontics or orthodontia.
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- adj. of or relating to or involving or practicing orthodontics
Short term orthodontic repositioning is best for these cases.
When you have braces, there are a few "orthodontic" brushes with altered bristles that might help.
I experimented with “orthodontic,” “angled,” “vented,” “slow flow,” and even one called “breast flow.”
He has an orthodontist on his staff and plans to expand soon to serve more patients in need of orthodontic work.
The issue arises because dentists often permit patients to finance orthodontic work by making payments over time in several installments to defray thecost.
Martinned says: dentists often permit patients to finance orthodontic work by making payments over time in several installments to defray thecost
With the money they make, I'd be surprised if they hadn't gotten some orthodontic work done.
He served as an orthodontic consultant at Carswell Air Force Base for 34 years.
Many of my American colleagues in Pakistan had expensive orthodontic surgery there because it was first-rate, very inexpensive, and immediately accessible.
Curiously, this is not so much due to the accents Lau uses but the fact that she sounds like a child with a mouth full of orthodontic braces.
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