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Cleaning

in dentistry, a procedure whereby accretions are removed from the teeth or from a dental prosthesis.

See: dental prophylaxis.

ultrasonic cleaning, in dentistry, the use of a high-frequency vibrating point to remove deposits from tooth structure; also the process of cleaning dentures by placing them in a special liquid in a container that generates high-frequency vibrations.


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