sleep dentistry
 n.— «Some of the most phobic dental patients put off procedures for years, allowing their teeth to decay. For them, conscious sedation—often called “sleep dentistry”—may be the answer.» —“State toughens rules on sedation dentistry” by Carol Ann Campbell Star-Ledger (New Jersey) July 13, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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