Receding gums

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  • Patient Observation Report Examples

    pertaining to his blood pressure. Then she delved into the teeth questions such as how often he has been brushing his teeth and if he was still using his mouth wash. He said he was, but there was a lot of food in his teeth which made her question how well he was brushing. Then, Erika moved on to the extra and intra oral exam. She was very efficient and professional throughout the check because half way through the assessment the patient decided to pull out his phone to show her his grandchildren. It took him a while since he wasn’t very proficient with an iPhone, but she handled it with great patience! The periodontal assessment took a while to complete. She explained that the older the patient is, the more likely it is that they have receding gums and that during the measurements, you can only be one millimeter off. No radiographs or caries charting was needed. III. After the assessment, Erika moved on to the diagnosis. She explained that to the patient that he had actually lowered his plaque score, and that his periodontal disease had been readily maintained since the last appointment. Next the dentist came over to check on everything to allow Erika to being the cleaning portion of the appointment. One thing that I noticed and was slightly surprised about was how rarely a professor or dentist came over to check on the student. It shows great trust in the students and their skills. IV. Promptly after the dentist’s approval, Erika started the cleaning of the teeth. She…

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  • Extra Gum Advertising Analysis

    In contemporary America, young adults are infatuated with the classic love story. Whether it is Twilight or The Notebook, romantic movies and novels have become increasingly more popular and continue to be successful in the young adult market in America. Wrigley’s “Give extra, get extra” campaign for Extra gum, whose brand strategy is about making meaningful connections, addresses this captivation with love stories among America’s youth in their most recent ad. The ad, which is titled “The Story…

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  • Wrigley Advertisements

    is a pack of double mint gum on the ad and the lettering says, “Rain or shine, Double mint gum helps keep your facial contour young and lovely.” The next add was made during WWII. Wrigley’s gum was no longer available to buy during the war because supplies were rationed. However, advertising continued with many Remember this Package adds. This ad has a picture of a pack of Wrigley’s gum and a few words to remind folks that Wrigley’s gum was not gone forever and it would return when the war was…

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  • Gum History

    Americans were chewing their own type of gum. Furthermore the range of history is actually extremely important. It helps better explain why gum is still around today and why it will most likely continue its existence throughout the future. Gum has played an important in society in the past and has developed into a $26 billion industry, greatly impacting the life of the modern people. Gum’s begging is mostly widely recognized with the Mayans. They noticed that chicle from the Sapodilla trees was…

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  • Reflective Essay # 3

    Now my dad stopped chewing tobacco around a year ago. Great, I know! To fill the empty void of chewing tobacco he has taken up chewing gum, while I am happy that this change has been made, it can be known to drive me crazy. I’m not sure what’s worse the snapping of the gum after a bubble or the chewing noise in a small quiet room or car, either way it drives me up a wall. Now the noise of gum has bothered me since like middle school, and I know it bothers quite a few of people, but it’s just…

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  • Benefits Of Chewing Gum

    The Benefits of Chewing Gum on Oral Health (F) Chewing gum should be added into your daily oral care routine. It has many possible benefits on oral health: it kills bacteria, freshens breath, removes unwanted leftover food that may be stuck in teeth, and can even remineralize teeth and prevent cavities. Many different kinds of gum are offered on the market. One may prefer a specific gum because of its added benefits like xylitol or gum with CPP-ACP. Other preferences may be its flavor or…

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  • Summary: The Consequences Of Smoking

    Tobaco use has always been a problem in the United States. Over the years, tobacco remains the single largest preventable cause of death and diseases. According to CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), "cigarette-smoking kills more than 480,000 Americans each year, about 17% of those deaths were from exposure to secondhand smoke”. One of those victims of secondhand smoke would be an infant whose life hasn’t begun yet. In the United States, according to a study of 39 states and New…

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  • Gum Should Be Allowed In Schools Essay

    Chewing gum in school should be allowed in schools nationwide. There are many benefits to this subject, including increased grades, better oral health, better focus, and helping to stop obesity. Some people find gum chewing rude, messy or annoying. Teachers included due to Students putting gum on classroom furniture. There happen to be more benefits than drawbacks. One main reasons chewing gum is beneficial is it promotes focus. Not only in students, but in athletes and people of the working…

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  • Exudate Case Study

    Introduction An exudate is a liquid secreted by an organism through pores, wound or cut by a method known as exuding. In plants exudates include saps, latex, nectar, resin and gums (Power et al., 2010). These plant exudates are used in a broad range of food and pharmaceutical product in addition to several other technical applications. As a result, they form an essential group of non-wood forest products (NWFPs) and are therefore a foundation to multi-billion industries worldwide. These plant…

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  • The Importance Of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

    to be from 1-2 weeks. The result from using ERAS has decreased the stay to 2-5 days(3). In the post op period, nursing implementations are important. The nurse will assess the patient for bowel function and tolerance to early feeding. When the patient shows no sign of nausea and vomiting from oral fluids, they can commence solid food. Research showed that there was no benefit from keeping a patient NPO, and that early feeding resulted in a lower number of infection, anastomotic, pneumonia and…

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