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  • Dental Health Month

    February is National Children's Dental Health Month. Take this opportunity to instill in your preschoolers' minds the importance of dental care. Teach them to properly care for their pearly whites. Of course, you are dealing with preschoolers, so the key is to make the lessons fun! Book A Vist to the Dentist (Little Bill)by Eleanor Fremont Reading Center Fill your reading center with more books about dental health and teeth. Try to find books that will ease the students' minds about dental visits as well as books about losing a first tooth. Naturally, books about the Tooth Fairy will be a big hit! Snack Offer your preschool students fresh fruit and raw vegetables as snacks during the National Children's Dental Health Month theme. Emphasize…

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  • Bleaching Of Teeth Whitening

    Teeth whitening has been around for about 15 years, and the idea of having a whiter smile keeps growing in popularity but with almost any cosmetic fad there is the question: “what is the real price?” Bleaching teeth can be done in a dental office or at home. Dental experts have started to question and test over the years whether teeth whitening products harm the enamel. Two different articles address this controversy and share their studies and results. The journal of clinical and experimental…

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  • Persuasive Essay Over Teeth Whitening

    them worse. For example, if the staining on your teeth was not staining and you got them whitened, the problem on your tooth could turn into an infection or decay. The resulting action would be a root canal or an extraction of the tooth. In the article, "Tooth Whitening--A Safe, Affordable Way to Improve Your Smile," by, also talked about dentist being safer and more prepared than a non- licensed person. Dentist in a dental office specialize there patients whitening session.…

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  • Whitening Toothpaste Research

    today’s society is outward beauty, which consists of hair, makeup and most importantly a white smile. In order to achieve a pearly white smile, Americans pay 1.4 billion dollars a year on non-prescription whitening products (Barlow, 2012). Most people believe that oral hygiene products were just recently invented, but historians say that Egyptians were the first people group to create a toothpaste (1teethwhitening, 2010). In early history, people would cut off small sticks form special trees…

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  • Dentistry In The Elizabethan Era

    remove stubborn stains, a plethora of mixtures were created to rid of them. A combination of anise seeds, mints and cloves soaked in wine was used. This was used three times a day with a wooden pick for a toothbrush. The concoction did no help at all. It resulted in a dissolved enamel.Other raw materials included honey, ash, powdered rabbits, pomegranate peels and red peach blossom. Now, only a few of those extracts made the cut in modern toothpaste. Mint is one of the oldest and most…

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  • Essay On Coral Bleaching

    population of reefs all of the worlds is decreasing. While we have already lost 27% of coral reefs, why do we care if more die too? The great barrier reef in Australia was pronounced “dead” which opened people’s eyes to the importance of coral reefs. They’ve experienced severe destruction due to coral bleaching which is why people need to acknowledge their importance and how they would affect the socioeconomic views as well as human views since “58% of the world 's coral reefs are potentially…

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  • Virgin Island National Park Research Paper

    Total # of Words: 557 Keyword Topic: “Virgin Island National Park”- 6 Keyword Density: 1.07% The US Virgin Island National Park in St. John Summary: The US Virgin Island National Park is well protected and maintained for Tourists and Vacationers to enjoy. St. John is an island in the Caribbean Sea and a constituent of the US Virgin Islands (USVI). This is the smallest of the three main lands; St. John, St. Thomas, and St. Croix. Though St. John is the smallest island, it is said to be the…

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  • The Importance Of Costal Management In Australia

    In contrast to many other countries, Australia contains a massive amount of continuous costal lines stretched out all over the country. The vast coastline consists of approximately sixty thousand kilometres. In order to protect and maintain this coast line, costal management plans must be put into action. Costal management is the act of proposing and taking into action ideas in which help to maintain costal areas. Most of the Australian coast holds many financial benefits in regards to its…

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  • Plot Summary: The Adventures Of Shelldon Clamsworth

    Shelldon Clamsworth is a coral farmer, that lives on the outskirts of the Grand Reef. Coral farmers harvest coral, a valued resource in the reef, for King Shellington. The life of a coral farmer is hard, not only harvesting coral, but fighting to survive the brutal currents on the outskirts of the reef, and the creatures that lurk there. Not a day goes by that Shelldon has to fight off some sort of crab or fish. Shelldon had the appearance that most coral farmers did, rugged, with bland colors…

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  • Coral Reef Bleaching

    Coral Reef Bleaching Coral reef bleaching, which is the whitening of diverse invertebrate taxa. The cause of the whitening is “from the loss of symbiotic zooxanthellae and/or a reduction in photosynthetic pigment concentrations in zooxanthellae residing within the gastrodermal tissues of host animals.” (P.W.Glynn) The reason why coral reef bleaching is such a concern is because the “consequences of bleaching large numbers of reef-building scleractinian corals and hydrocorals.”(P.W.Glynn) …

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