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  • Caries In Children

    Moreover, documenting the caries experience for children aged 5 years old reflect the importance of the interpretation of such experience in the children with all 20 deciduous teeth. As from the age of 6, deciduous teeth are shed and replaced with permanent teeth so the number of deciduous teeth declines. All of which will result in decreasing the caries experiences for older children due to the reduction in the absolute number of teeth with caries experience 84. The distribution of caries within children by age showed that the proportion of children with no decay was highest in children aged 5 and lowest in children aged 9 while children aged 10 had the highest proportion of no decay experiences as their deciduous teeth have been shed 84.…

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  • The Importance Of The Weeping Willow Tree

    It consist of sharp spines also known as thorns for its protection enabling them to survive longer. Looking at this closely we were able to see visible little fruits that were grown from last year. Its fruits characteristics are just like a little red pepper and has dark green leaves. It was already leafed out and had tiny little flower buds. We learned that it will eventually produce tiny small flowers as well as new fruits. There are several type of Evergreen trees that are grown on campus.…

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  • Relative Density Of Species

    Introduction Distribution of species is an important factor in a community. Depending on the biome, specific factors could have an effect on which species are found in certain areas; for instance, the woody plant distribution of species in a temperate deciduous forest can be affected by a variety of parameters. Temperate deciduous forests themselves are affected greatly by global factors, like climate change, and human agriculture (Reich et al 2002); the woody plants that populate the majority…

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  • Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome Analysis

    Individuals with PLS are commonly afflicted with periodontal disease that affects both deciduous and succedaneous teeth, eventually leading to edentulism (Sulak, et al., 2014). In patients with PLS, deciduous teeth erupt at the average expected age and follow the normal sequence and shape of teeth as in a healthy individual (Sreeramulu, et al., 2015). In some cases, however, patients may exhibit microdontia or incomplete root formation (Sreeramulu, et al., 2015). Shortly after eruption, the…

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  • Rangi's Treatment Plan

    include restorative treatments, along with a caries management plan to avoid secondary caries and enhance enamel remineralisation. Furthermore, adequate preventive periodontal measures may halt the progression of Rangi’s gingivitis. I will plan Rangi’s treatment according to his caries risk status. According to the protocols for the clinical management of caries by risk factor level (CAMBRA), this is a positive measure of successful caries management (Jenson, et al., 2007). My initial focus will…

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  • Essay On Horse Dental Care

    recognize their horse has dental problems until they start losing weight because teeth problems are not easily detected. Provided are five tips for the maintenance of your horse 's teeth are fundamental measures against preventable dental related problems. 1. The first dental exam should happen as soon as birth of the new horse to check gums and jaw alignment. Although there may not be visible teeth, correcting a poor jaw alignment is necessary for the new born to nurse. 2. Dental check up…

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  • Periodontal Disease

    surround and support the teeth. It is very important to take good care of your gums, and your teeth as well. One needs to maintain good oral hygiene in order to not come in contact with gum disease, there are many signs, symptoms, and ways to prevent gum disease. Periodontal disease is very common, many adults in the U.S. currently have some form of this disease. It can range from simple gum inflammation to a more serious disease that can result in major damage to the soft tissue and the bone…

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  • Limitations In Forensic Odontology

    references the first use of bite mark for identification of King William the Conquer, circa 1066 A.D.1 The first formally reported case for dental identification was in 1453 with 80 year old warrior John Talbot, Earl of Shrews bury, who had fell in the battle of Castillon.4 Pramod and Marya1 state, “Identification is based on comparison between known characteristics of a missing individual (termed ante-mortem data) with recovered characteristics from an unknown body (termed post-mortem data)”.1…

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  • Juvenile Osteology

    allowed for an accurate measurement of the diaphysis of each of the long bones. The adjacent descriptions in regards to the textbook charts provide the data necessary to narrow down the age at death of the specimen. Using the charts in Juvenile Osteology, A Laboratory and Field Manual(Schaefer, Black, and Scheuer 2009a) and Human Osteology (White, Black, and Folkens 2012), a correlation was determined and an age range was decided. However, due to the variability in growth patterns and epiphyseal…

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  • Human Osteology Essay

    verifying these bones concluded the inventory of the axial skeleton. The final aspect of the skeletal inventory that needed to be confirmed was the appendicular skeleton. This includes the clavicles, the scapulae, the humeri, the radiuses, the ulnae, the carpals, the metacarpals, the hand phalanges, the femora, the patellae, the tibiae, the fibulae, the tarsals, the metatarsals, and the foot phalanges. Nearly all of these were present except for two foot phalanges in the left foot and two foot…

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