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noun as in one who practices dentistry

Strong matches

  • dental surgeon
  • endodontist
  • exodontist
  • orthodontist
  • pedodontist
  • periodontist
  • prosthodontist

Weak match

  • tooth fairy
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Example Sentences

If there is a lack of vaccinators in March, recruit medical students, dentists, veterinarians, and anyone who can give a shot, and call in the National Guard in every state by April.

There have already been various dentists in southern California who were recipients of lawsuits for supposed website accessibility issues.

Most dentists are small-business owners as well as medical practitioners.

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I think it speaks to the high level of concern dentists have about this subject.

And it goes beyond getting my teeth drilled at the dentist office—my dentist really likes classical music.

And they saw him in his 60s, still making an audience howl with the “Dentist” number.

A New York alderman once said Petrosino “knocked out more teeth than a dentist.”

On second thought, maybe I will contact that cosmetic dentist.

My father is 87 and he writes speeches in the dentist chair.

A dentist's bill for repairing one's teeth has been disputed, the law, though, generally favors the preservation of human teeth.

This gentleman is a surgeon-dentist by profession, educated at Oberlin College, making his home in Columbus.

He arrived one day towards spring, when it chanced that Corydon was in town visiting the dentist.

Tell Blanche I am sorry for her troubles with her teeth: I am trying to see a dentist myself.

I hid in a building, and when they got off the line of the road I resumed my ride on to my dentist.


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