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    The book “American Jezebel” was written in 2004 by Eve LaPlante, who is from Massachusetts and has written various other books about powerful and influential women in history. The thing that makes this book unique is that Anne Hutchinson is actually an ancestor of LaPlante which allows her to have a different point of view on the situation and she is able to write the book in a different way and explain it differently than another author would. Anne Hutchinson was a woman of change who was very open minded and saw things differently than other woman in her time did which is what makes her so interesting. (LaPlante 1) Anne Hutchinson was born in Lincolnshire England on July17, 1591, she was a midwife with sixteen kids and in her late 40’s who was very adventurous and brave. Anne Hutchinson grew up and Married William Hutchinson and had many kids with him, and in 1630 two of their daughters, Susan and ELizabeth, died from the bubonic plague which saddened Anne and her husband, however they still lived in the same place and did not move until four years later. When Anne, her husband and her then eleven kids did move they moved to America which is where Anne started to have her discussion groups, and where it all started. There were many people who began to attend her meetings and the majority of people attending her meeting were women, but it was open for men and some men did attend and were drawn to her discussions, but like many great people she was misunderstood and…

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    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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    Periodontal Disease

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    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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    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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    progression and the therapeutic outcome of periodontal disease. Patient had sites with class I and II mobility which indicates the degree of attachment loss. However, there other numerous factors that contribute to this condition. As the patient had no adjacent and opposing teeth to 25, the periodontal ligament and bone undergoes remodeling. Tolle (2010) states excessive occlusual force (e.g. clenching) can cause secondary destruction (acting on already diseased periodontium) of the supporting…

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    Dental Toothpaste Analysis

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    Dental caries, or cavities as we more commonly know them as, is the erosion of the teeth due to bacteria. The prevalence of dental caries has risen over the past few years, and now affects between 60-90% of schoolchildren and a large number of adults in the population (Harding & O’Mullane, 2013). This is a significant number of the public that is affected by this condition. In the United States, this is the most common chronic disease affecting young children, and if it does untreated it can…

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    TITLE OF THE STUDY: MINIMIZING CALCIUM LOSS ASSOCIATED WITH DENTAL BLEACHING Introduction The appearance of teeth plays a significant role in human personality development and is often related with a perception of health and fitness. White and bright teeth are thought to be linked with health and beauty, so everybody wishes to have them. Presently, cosmetic dentistry is a dynamic part of restorative dental practice and cosmetic procedures are increasing in demand without age and gender…

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    Do you need a dental crown or bridge? Heritage Dental Group can help. Dental crowns are a more permanent solution to dental repairs and cosmetic dental needs. They are custom-made to fit your teeth, replacing the natural surface of the tooth to give extra strength to teeth that have been weakened by extensive filling treatments, as a repair to broken and chipped teeth, and as an effective cosmetic improvement to the appearance of misshaped and discoloured teeth. Heritage Dental Group’s fully…

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    Orthodontics Advantages

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    aren’t going anywhere. But the short-term orthodontic treatments at Total Dental Care are an excellent alternative to traditional metal braces. You should choose our treatment options if you don’t like the idea of having easily-seen metal brackets and wires on your teeth for well over a year. Our orthodontic options are designed to be hard to see and to cut down on your treatment time. Who wants to be having orthodontic treatment for well over a year or two? At Total Dental Care, your…

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    Fluoride Effects

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    the importance of Fluoride and the effects on human health. Fluoride is used widely in dentistry to help fight dental carries (cavities) in patients. “It is widely accepted that fluoride only helps prevent dental decay by topical means—by direct action on the tooth enamel predominantly after eruption and dental plaque.” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Achievements in public health, 1900—1999: fluoridation of drinking water to prevent dental caries,” Morbidity and…

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