Helping dentists to decode dental charts


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Reply Jessieabara
8:01 PM on December 8, 2017 
A Biological Masterpiece, But Subject to Many Ills
The human foot is a biological masterpiece. Its strong, flexible, and functional design enables it to do its job well and without complaint?if you take care of it and don't take it for granted.
healthThe foot can be compared to a finely tuned race car, or a space shuttle, vehicles whose function dictates their design and structure. And like them, the human foot is complex, containing within its relatively small size 26 bones (the two feet contain a quarter of all the bones in the body), 33 joints, and a network of more than 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments, to say nothing of blood vessels and nerves.
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1:48 AM on September 23, 2017 
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12:34 PM on September 2, 2017 
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Reply scheilamanica
5:44 AM on July 2, 2017 
Dear Tina, I am delighted! Thank you for sharing and good luck with your career! Kind Regards, Scheila
Reply Tina Prochilo
11:12 AM on June 30, 2017 
thank you so much,. you just helped me on my dental exam that my lecturers would not provide information on how to obtain the charting. you saved my
Reply scheilamanica
5:29 AM on June 12, 2016 
Dear Smith,
Thank you. By the time of my research, I received dental charting from dentists worldwide. Moreover, I also retrieved information from references stated at the beginning of the website. I am sending this link for your reading:
Again, thank you for your kind words. Good luck with your mission and please let me know if you need further help.
Kind Regards,
Reply Scheila
5:27 AM on May 2, 2016 
Dear Yubu,
Thank you for your kind words. I would be pleased to know in which context you found the acronym B/T. Normally, B/T stands for BETWEEN.
I hope this helps,
Kind Regards,
Reply yubu
1:35 AM on April 29, 2016 
Hi dear,
You have done wonderful job for students like us. Its very well organized and many students will be benifitted.
I wanted to find out what B/T stands for.

Thank you.
Reply scheilamanica
4:41 AM on March 28, 2016 
Hi Anuska, I tried to do a small research on that and I could not find any symbol for discoloration. I suppose that would be easy to make confusion with fillings or crowns. I would advise you to keep writing abbreviations followed by the actual shade. Thank you for your message. Kind Regards. Scheila
Reply scheilamanica
4:38 AM on March 28, 2016 
My pleasure. SM