crown, aetiology, braces, chiropody, cytology, bioengineering, cavity, aetiology, embryology, bridge, dental medicine, biomedicine, dietetics, caries, cardiology, ENT, cap, amalgam, odontology.
I may have stood there for a dozen minutes, listening to the loud hall clock and to the gentle dentistry
of Raffles in the mouth of the safe behind me, when a third sound thrilled my every nerve.
is presumed to be a very modern profession.
The development of the profession of dentistry
has made possible the preservation of the teeth, even when naturally poor, as long as one has need of them.