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  • Persuasive Essay On Oral Hygiene

    clinician providing patient with oral health information, he focuses on what is important for each age group. Young people and children will need advice about consumption sweets and fizzy drinks or need to wear orthodontic appliance. Adults may need advice about alcohol consumption, smoking, oral health during pregnancy or wearing a gum shield for contact sports. While elderly will need advice about root surface caries, gum recession or denture care to prevent Candida stomatitis. There are few differences in oral hygiene for different age groups. Children shouldn’t be using mouthwash before they reach the age of six as the mouthwash containing fluoride and too much fluoride in childhood can cause fluorosis. Child usually develops ability to use dental floss around age of 10. Floss used for a child should be soft and flexible so that child don’t hurt their gums. Electric toothbrush is great for any age group and especially for people with arthritis or child who has problems with a manual toothbrush. Disclosing tablets are handy for kids to show them where they are missing with a toothbrush and also keep them interested. Examples of advice provided: a) To parent of the child - Try to cut down on the sweets and fizzy drinks or keep them for meal time only. - Use fluoride toothpaste twice a day, brush each time for good 2 min and spit after brushing. Don’t rinse as this will also rinse the fluoride out of the mouth. - Supervise your child during brushing and flossing. - Child…

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  • Medtech Supply Chain Summary

    MedTech Distribution Supply Chain – Market, Growth & Vendor Landscape Overview The MedTech industry relies on well-qualified distributors help in establishing good relationships and influencing buying decisions among end users. Distributors account as a key sales channel, esp. in the emerging markets. Figure1: MedTech Distribution Structure (1) Channel partnership for medical technologies depends on manufacturer’s preference. Sales via distributors is common practice for most medical…

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  • Dental Clinic Case Summary

    Q4) How do you to test the following equipment is functioning correctly prior to use and how can you tell when it does not? What action would you take if the equipment failed? a) Dental chair We are testing chair practically every day when we are switching chair on. If the chair is not moving we checked the main switch on the side at the bottom, if the pressure is on in bottle with water for procedures and if the switch over the table with computer is on. If all is on and chair is still not…

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  • Copper Sulfate Lab

    needs these separation techniques in order to have the separate substances. Dependent Variable: The masses of the materials and the mixture. This is measured by using the balance this is the best way of weighing the mass because this is the easiest way to measure mass. Controlled Variable: The original amounts of the mixture. This is the controlled variable because during the lab, the chemist is trying to obtain the original amounts of each of the materials. Materials: - Heating Plates -…

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  • Essay On Golf Clubs

    A good set of golf clubs is the weapon of choice for the advanced golfer. A complete set of clubs consists of at least one driver, fairway woods (which are now metal woods), irons and a putter. Some clubs in recent years have been replaced with hybrid golf clubs to replace longer irons and fairway metal woods. There is an entity known as the USGA or the United States Golf Association. This group determines the rules of golf, including the number of golf clubs that can be used in a round of…

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  • Ethical Issues In Machine Man

    In his novel, Machine Man, Max Barry creates a dystopian society within a science laboratory complex, Better Future. Brilliant ideas involving technical advances and future high-quality technologies will arise from the science district. Now, for most people, developing technologies to improve the quality of daily life is not morally wrong; however, when developing technologies sail too far to the point where the technology will compel people to create and alter themselves into “biologically and…

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  • Golf Swing Training Research Paper

    Golf swing training aids are tools designed to help you improve your golf swing. Improving your swing and overall golf game is a delicate art that many people unfortunately do incorrectly and end up wasting a lot of time and effort. Therefore, it is important to spend time to ensure you are training correctly. Remember, practice makes permanent not perfect so if you are not training correctly and ingraining incorrect technique into your muscle memory, the result will be poor performance and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Flagler Beach

    A few summers back, my family and I took a trip out to Flagler Beach, Florida, not too far from Daytona. A few days into the vacation, the girls had gone out for a shopping trip, so, because there was a slight drizzle, my Dad and I decided to just chill out and watch some TV until the weather decided to calm down. This was a vacation that will never be forgotten. My ears perk up as I notice the quieting of the rain against the window. I get up and walk over, pushing the roughly sewn curtain to…

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  • Golf Club Research Paper

    What Clubs to Use When Playing Golf According to official field rules, each player is allowed up to 14 clubs in their golf bag. However, if you are a beginner or an amateur player, you may not know how to differentiate, making it difficult for you to choose the right golf clubs. Golf clubs can be divided into several categories, including woods, irons, wedges, rescue clubs and putters. Forest Forests are the sticks used to hit the ball longer distances. Woods are the name of the material used…

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  • Summary: Theoretical/Conceptual Paradigm

    Theoretical/Conceptual Paradigm The study is based on the premise that various preparations of platelet concentrate such as PRF and CGF may be regarded as healing biomaterials since they contain all the necessary components permitting optimal wound healing following surgical procedures. Components such as growth factors and pro-inflammatory cytokines have been reported to work in unison for the achievement of wound healing in various medical and surgical cases. As such this can be a…

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