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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A major limiting factor to the complete implementation of team dentistry across the Air Force is the lack of dental treatment rooms.
This will be her fourth visit to the orphanage, where she has helped establish a dental treatment room and provided dental care and health education for local children.
Yoga can be practiced within a formal yoga class, at home using a DVD, or even in the dental treatment room, between patient appointments.
Lloyd has an art gallery in the waiting room and a state-of-the-art dental treatment room.
The 40-foot-long vehicle contains medical and dental treatment rooms, areas for counseling and other supportive services and is used to distribute food and clothing to the homeless wherever they are located.
Assisted by the Ejercito Ecuatoriano (Ecuadoran Army), we would set up a makeshift dental treatment room in buildings of opportunity, such as school classrooms, that consisted of not much more than a chair for the patient to sit in and a table for the simple instruments we carried.
The visual experience of seeing a dental treatment room prepared for a surgical procedure is gratifying, but understand that it requires meticulous thought and preparation.
I had never set foot in a dental treatment room other than being a patient.