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Hi all,

 

I'm a Dental Hygienist/Therapist looking to promote deaf awareness week in the Dental community.

As a dental professional, I  like to engage and communicate well with my patients to help them feel at ease and reduce any anxiety during dental treatments. I am doing a BSL course currently, however I'd like to learn some basic "dental" words and/or phrases to post on social media to raise deaf awareness with colleagues and other dental professionals.

If anyone can help me, please reply :)

I'm looking for words such as: open, close, stop, xray, rinse, spit, please sit, bite. 

TIA 

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