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  • Post Orthodontic Retainers Essay

    treatment was overcome by the long-term implementation of a orthodontic retainer. Having results show the effectiveness of maintaining the stability of the repaired and modified dentition.1 However, effective results came with a price of possible failures, increased plaque and calculus accumulation, thus leading to a greater risk of negative gingival outcomes.1 Another consequence seem to appear with fixed retainers, these include, unwanted migration, wire, or bond complications. These unexpected and unwanted occurrences pose both appearance and oral health problems, enough to suggest retreatment of orthodontics and repairing periodontal health.1 Noting the importance and desire of retention with post-orthodontic treatment, orthodontic retainers, may it be removable or fixed, are utilized to maintain a set dentition, but at the cost of gingival or oral health degradation. The main point will be focused more on the mandibular arch of the dentition than the maxillary arch.…

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  • Personal Narrative: Finding My Retainer

    “Finding my Retainer” It was eighth grade when I lose my brand new retainer in the cafeteria. I only had them for one day! My parents told me to be very careful about them when I ate, and so I was. At lunch, I ate a peanut butter sandwich and laid my clear retainers on my tray where I would see and remember them. The bell rang and it was time to go to social so I threw away my food and guess who forgot their retainers? Me. Once I got to class thirty minutes later from social, I finally realized…

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  • Morally Unworthy Lawyer

    I Introduction. This paper provides critical and logical answer of why a lawyer “with a conscience” should refuse to act for a client whom he or she judges to be morally unworthy with supporting applied legal ethics approaches. There are four parts to this paper. Part I briefly introduces what the paper is about. Part II will critically analyse why the lawyer should accept to represent for a client if the client judges to be morally unworthy and how the applied ethics theory and approaches used…

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  • Ethics Paper On Euthanasia

    represent a client whose interest are directly averse to the immediate interest of an other client. One might argue that this rule would extend to representing a client and your own personal conflicts. In order to be certain that your client is getting fair and equal treatment they must be advised of this conflict so that they can make an informed decision. In paragraph 31 of this decision, the court found that a firm cannot act for a client whose interests are averse to those of an other…

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  • The Book Of The Samurai Summary

    The Book of the Samurai The Book of the Samurai was dictated by Yamamoto to his scribe. It was written to bring back and strengthen the samurai ethic and spirit. He felt that the samurai were becoming too tame during peacetime and protested in the Book of the Samurai. It also reflects the changed circumstances of the warrior class after the end of Japan’s century of civil war. The samurai must be selfless and loyal to his retainer. They must be able to judge when their retainer is ready to…

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  • Door Seal Persuasive Essay

    If the seal is back to it’s original shape, you don’t have to do anything else. If this trick didn’t work, you are going to need to replace the door seal. Damaged Door Seal If your door seals has cracks or rips in it, you will need to replace it. If it is deformed and the above trick did not work, you will also need to replace it. The first thing you are going to need to do is remove the old seal. The seal should be held in place by a retainer. There should be screws holding the retaining in…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Asphalt Vs Concrete

    Sometimes there may be a need to build a retaining wall after an asphalt paved surface has been installed. If you’re considering building a retainer wall adjacent to, or top of an existing asphalt surface there are some important things to consider before you begin building the wall. Here is how to make sure you have a sturdy wall that does not compromise your asphalt. Retainer Walls on top of Asphalt vs. Concrete Surfaces Asphalt pavement is a common material used for parking areas and…

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  • Cinna's Archetype

    outcast in the Capitol because he is a free thinker and doesn’t fit into the confinements of what is expected in the Capitol, but what is more important to notice is that he is a loyal retainer and mentor archetype for Katniss as he quietly roots for her in her journey to fight in the Hunger Games. When Katniss first meets Cinna she describes him as unlike most of the other stylists, he dresses simply and chooses to highlight his looks with only a bit of makeup (The Hunger Games). Cinna is…

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  • Orthodontists: A Career Essay

    popular until the 1960s. In the 1970s dentists found the material acceptable, it helped the dentists and the patients with the price of the braces reducing and the material being easily manipulative. Also in the 1970s the dentist of Japan and the Untied Stated tried to accomplish the idea of invisible braces by placing the brackets on the inside of the teeth. In 1997 two people with no dental training came up with a technique that orthodontists found acceptable. Zia Chishti, Stanford graduate,…

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  • Erin Brockovich Ethical Analysis

    Consumers were obliged to pay the shipping charges when they returned the defective controllers for warranty repair or replacement. In the end, the class action was much smaller than the thousand class members predicted. A settlement was reached for the 400 affected individuals in the modest amount of $8000, in addition to small honoraria for the two representative plaintiffs. In this case, there was no written retainer agreement, that stated that the class was not obliged to pay any fees or…

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