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2. Any tool that a government may use to influence the economy. Common instruments include setting prevailing interest rates, raising or lowering taxes, and awarding contracts to the private sector to stimulate demand for goods and services.

3. See: Contract.


A legal document, such as a check, a security, or a will.


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This well-organized guide begins with basic dental instruments used in general dental practice (including dental hygiene instruments), moves through the instruments used in dental specialty practices (endodontics, orthodontics, oral surgery, periodontics) and ends with sterilization, dental materials, and dental radiography equipment.
Ultrasonic cleaning has been found to be effective in removing saliva and dried blood from the dental instruments and increases safety of dental personnel during handling of instruments.24 In the present study, 82.85% burs in Group-2 showed contamination.
"I will be providing the service online to give dentists the chance to buy two types of dental instruments - single-use and reusable dental surgical kits and general supplies."
The brand name Unident Swiss is synonymous with Swiss quality and offers a full range of products for dental instruments, surfaces, hands, suction systems and impressions.
AM Medicare will help sell Care and Cure's surgical and dental instruments, hollow wares, hospital furniture and diagnostic instruments under the brand name "AM Surgical".
The Basic Guide to Dental Instruments by Carmen Scheller is a superior book for identification of dental instruments.
In this handbook aimed at students, Scheller (dental nurse tutor, Dublin Dental School and Hospital, Ireland) details dental instruments and their function, precautions, and directions for use, including 100 items used in the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses in the UK.
Lamb showed me how to seat a patient, drape the napkin, process instruments for sterilization, and recognize various dental instruments that reminded me of tools my dad used around the house, especially those "pliers" for extractions!
Anyone who sees the dental instruments for sale should contact the confidential Crimestoppers hotline, free of charge, on 0800 555111.