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Dental office decibel

M Kezban Gurbuz, Tolgahan Çatli, Cemal Cingi, Aytekin Yaz, Cengiz Bal
Occupational diseases are primarily considered to be important health problems for individuals with occupations in heavy industry fields. Although dentists work in very clean and elegant offices, they are frequently exposed to various chemicals and high-intensity, sound-producing instruments, such as compressors and aerators. In our study, we aimed to investigate the risk for occupational hearing loss of dental personnel, by performing pure-tone audiometry in 40 dentists and comparing the results with those of healthy individuals...
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H C Kilpatrick
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A S Freese
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