Dentist's Office

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aware
aware /əˈweə(r)/
(adj) knowing or realizing something
Example: My dentist made me aware that I should have an appointment twice a year


catch up
catch up
(v) to bring up to date
Example: The dental assistant caught up on her paperwork in between patients


distraction
distraction /dɪˈstrækʃn/
(n) a thing that takes your attention away from what you are doing
Example: To provide a distraction from the noise, Luisa's dentist offered her a pair of earphones


encouragement
encouragement /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒmənt/
(n) the act of encouraging someone to do something
Example: Let me offer you some encouragement about your crooked teeth


evident
evident /ˈevɪdənt/
(adj) clear; easily seen
Example: The presence of a wisdom tooth was not evident until the dentist started to examine the patient


habit
habit /ˈhæbɪt/
(n) a thing that you do often and almost without thinking
Example: The patient had a habit of grinding his teeth during his sleep


illuminate
illuminate /ɪˈluːmɪneɪt/
(v) to shine light on something
Example: Let me turn on more lights to properly illuminate the back teeth


irritate
irritate /ˈɪrɪteɪt/
(v) to annoy someone, especially by something you continuously do
Example: Aspirin irritates my stomach


overview
overview /ˈəʊvəvjuː/
(n) a general description something
Example: I did a quick overview of your teeth and they look in good shape


position
position /pəˈzɪʃn/
(n) the place where someone or something is located
Example: Let me tilt your head to a more comfortable position for you


regularly
regularly /ˈreɡjələli/
(adv) at regular intervals or times
Example: She brushes regularly after every meal


restore
restore /rɪˈstɔː(r)/
(v) to bring back a situation or feeling that existed before
Example: The cleaning restored the whiteness of my teeth