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TY - JOUR. T1 - Cough. T2 - A Practical and Multifaceted Approach to Diagnosis and Management. AU - Tran, Baotran B.. AU - Ditto, Anne Marie. PY - 2020/1. Y1 - 2020/1. N2 - Cough is a common symptom often confronted in the clinical setting. Time and resources attributed to cough place an undue burden on patients and the health care system. One characteristic of cough that likely contributes to this is the multifactorial nature of cough. Physicians are trained to find a single diagnosis to explain symptoms. With cough, if all factors contributing are not identified and treated together, the cough often remains unresolved. This article provides a practical approach to treatment and management of cough, emphasizing causes and potentiators.. AB - Cough is a common symptom often confronted in the clinical setting. Time and resources attributed to cough place an undue burden on patients and the health care system. One characteristic of cough that likely contributes to this is the multifactorial nature ...
Inherent requirements - Please refer http://health.adelaide.edu.au/current-students/clinical-placements/ All applicants must: * complete application form https://health.adelaide.edu.au/admissions/dclindent/application.html and provide direct to the School of Dentistry. * provide a short description of research interests and aptitudes. * provide evidence of professional qualifications. * provide details of employment history. * provide 2 professional referees. * provide a full CV including work history and publications. Students applying for the following specialisations must complete an interview in person via phone or skype: Periodontics, Oral Pathology, Endodontics, Paediatric, Special Needs and Prosthodontic. Students applying for the specialisation in Orthodontics must complete a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI, in person) and manual dexterity assessments. Strict quotas apply. Please note that applications for entry to the Doctor in Clinical Dentistry close on 30 April in the year prior to ...
Materials and methods: In total, 75 mandibular premolar teeth were sectioned at or below the cementoenamel junction to obtain roots 13 mm in length. The roots were balanced with respect to buccolingual and mesiodistal diameters and weight. They were distributed into four experimental groups and one control group (n = 15): No instrumentation (group I), instrumentation with SAF files but no obturation (group II), instrumentation with SAF files and obturated with warm vertical lateral compaction (group III), instrumentation with Reciproc File but no obturation (group IV), and instrumentation with Reciproc File and obturated with warm vertical lateral compaction (group V). AH Plus sealer (Dentsply DeTrey, Konstanz, Germany) was used along with gutta-percha points. One week later, a vertical load was applied to the specimens canal until fracture occurred. Data were statistically analyzed using one-way analysis of variance (p = 0.05 ...
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Basic sciences are developing rapidly in contemporary society, but it may take some time before important new knowledge finds its way into daily clinical practise. Good clinical science deals with the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of individual patients. We need well-educated dentists to identify the numerous unsolved questions relevant to oral rehabilitation, in order to stimulate clinical and basic sciences to provide scientifically documented answers. It is the intention of the journal to stimulate contributions, which may help to bridge the gap between relevant basic sciences and clinical dentistry.. ...
Obesity is the main determinant of preventable burden of diseases. Urbanization and Industrialization have Immensely contributed In promoting obesity. Neatly one third of the population Is obese or overweight. Even In Asia and Africa, there Is a significant Increase In Its prevalence. The rate of obesity In young adolescents and teenagers Is exceeding the adult rate. In India, under-nutrition Is rapidly replaced by obesity associated with affluence. With 41 million obese people, India ranks third in obesity after US and China. Obesity Conference 2017 focuses on bringing together diverse stakeholders to share knowledge, Identify collective solutions to increase access to healthy foods, increase opportunities for people to be physically active and flght obesity.. ...
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In the Afternoon…. The Time is NOW…Success with Digital Impressions and CAD/CAM Restorations. Digital impressions and CAD/CAM restorations have become an everyday reality for modern dentistry. Whether lab or office made, a large percentage of all porcelain restorations inserted today are designed and milled. This course is intended to "de-mystify" the world of digital dentistry while reviewing various choices in digital impression taking, porcelain selection, preparations for success, and CAD/CAM fabrication. The techniques taught for preparation, porcelain selection, and cementation applies universally to most all porcelain systems. We will discuss and show cases that may make you change the types of restorations you currently offer.. In office CAD/CAM systems such as CEREC® and E4D® restorations have gained great momentum because of advancements in computer software and ease in design. Dr. Griffin has been involved with CEREC® CAD/CAM restoration education for over 10 years and has ...
The Department is responsible for the education of dental surgeons and dental hygienists at the University of Bergen.. The programme "Master of Dentistry" is varied with instruction within biological, medical and dental subjects as well as clinical training. The programme "Bachelor of Dental Hygiene" educates the students in the areas of health promotion and disease prevention. The Univeristys Dental Clinic focuses on prevention, diagnostics and treatment of disease and damaged teeth, oral cavity and jaws.. The Departments research facilities and scientific work enviroment maintain a high, international standard. It is also responsible for educating scientists and postgraduate studies in odontology. ...
Background. In this study we examined the use of analgesics among the young and adolescent in relation to dental braces. Aims. To evaluate whether there is a need for additional research and better guidance in the use of ...
1. Al-Hiyasat AS, Barrieshi-Nusair KM, Al-Omari MA. The radiographic outcomes of direct pulp-capping procedures performed by dental students: a retrospective study. J Am Dent Assoc. 2006;137(12):1699-1705.. 2. Costa CA, Hebling J, Hanks CT. Current status of pulp capping with dentin adhesive systems: a review. Dent Mater. 2000;16(3):188-197.. 3. Pereira JC, Segala AD, Costa CAS. Human pulpal response to direct pulp capping with an adhesive system. Am J Dent. 2000;13(3):139-147.. 4. Accorinte MLR, Loguercio AD, Reis A, Costa CAS. Response of human pulps capped with different self-etch adhesive systems. Clin Oral Investig. 2008;12(2):119-127.. 5. Hauman CHJ, Love RM. Biocompatibility of dental materials used in contemporary endodontic therapy: a review. Part 2. Root-canal-filling materials. Int Endod J. 2003;36(3):147-160.. 6. Johnson BR. Considerations in the selection of a root-end filling material. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 1999;87(4):398-404.. 7. Briseno BM, ...
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Dr Robert M Scarazzo DMD, FAGD is a dentist serving Doylestown, Warrington, Chalfont and the entire Bucks County area. Our dental center specializes in cosmetic dentistry, crown, caps, veneers, root canals, fillings, bonding, bridges, tooth cleaning, bleaching, whitening, dentures, full mouth rehabilitation, extractions and much more.
Dr. Hagen has undergone extensive postgraduate education over the years, including training in whole mouth rehabilitation, CEREC™ one-visit restorations, and crown and bridge restorations, allowing him to provide you with the state-of-the-art options for obtaining the smile of your dreams. His training in sleep dentistry also allows him to offer alternative treatments for sleep apnea for better overall health. Dr. Hagens commitment to lifelong education means he is constantly evaluating emerging dental methods and technologies in order to provide his patients with the best results in the least invasive manner with a high emphasis on comfort. This commitment ensures the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow. ...
Dr. Hagen has undergone extensive postgraduate education over the years, including training in whole mouth rehabilitation, CEREC™ one-visit restorations, and crown and bridge restorations, allowing him to provide you with the state-of-the-art options for obtaining the smile of your dreams. His training in sleep dentistry also allows him to offer alternative treatments for sleep apnea for better overall health. Dr. Hagens commitment to lifelong education means he is constantly evaluating emerging dental methods and technologies in order to provide his patients with the best results in the least invasive manner with a high emphasis on comfort. This commitment ensures the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow. ...
Adverse event reporting in adult intensive care units and the impact of a multifaceted intervention on drug-related adverse events : Adverse events (AEs) frequently occur in intensive care units (ICUs) and affect negatively patient outcomes. Targeted improvement strategies for patient safety are difficult to evaluate because of the intrinsic limitations of reporting crude AE rates. Single interventions influence positively the quality of care, but a multifaceted approach has been tested only in selected cases. The present
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... is dedicated to restoring function and improving the quality of life for patients with chronic pain. Its pain management experts apply over 50 years of combined experience, providing leading-edge treatment for a wide range of painful conditions of the back, neck, hip, joint, and extremities.. At Garden State Pain Control, treatment plans take a multifaceted approach and are individually tailored for each patients unique situation. Communication and education are integral parts of the physician-patient experience.. ...
1. Anti-inflammatory effects. Acute or short-term inflammation is good for your body because it helps fight pathogens and bad bacteria. However, chronic inflammation is a risk factor for numerous health conditions, but curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties. A study from the Alternative Medicine Review discovered that curcumin is an equally effective anti-inflammatory agent as medications used for this purpose, but without side effects. The compound uses a multifaceted approach to relieving inflammation, and one way of doing is through blocking NF-kB molecule which travels into the cells nuclei and activates genes related to inflammation.. 2. Better memory. Beta-amyloid plaques in your brain and oxidative stress, free radicals, and inflammation are main reasons behind weak memory, particularly when it is associated with Alzheimers disease. Thanks to the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and lipophilic action, turmeric improves cognitive functions, according to a research from the Annals of ...
MCCORD, PER HILDING. Genetic, Genomic, and Transgenic Approaches to Understand Internal Heat Necrosis in Potato. (Under the direction of G. Craig Yencho and Bryon R. Sosinski.) Internal heat necrosis (IHN) is a physiological disorder of potato tubers. A multifaceted approach was followed to better understand IHN. This approach entailed three major projects, involving genetic, genomic, and transgenic techniques. The genetics approach involved developing linkage maps of tetraploid potato using AFLP and SSR markers, and identifying QTL for IHN. Our mapping population consisted of 160 individuals from a cross between ‘Atlantic’, an IHN-susceptible cultivar, and B1829-5, an IHN-resistant breeding line. Phenotypic data indicated that the distribution of IHN is highly skewed toward resistance. Early foliage maturity was positively correlated with reduced IHN. QTL for resistance to IHN were located in multiple years on chromosomes IV, V, and group VII of ...
The Chen lab studies mechanisms underlying cell-cell fusion, a fundamental cellular process in the conception, development and physiology of multicellular organisms. We approach this question using a multifaceted approach including genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, live imaging, super-resolution microscopy and electron microscopy. Starting with a forward genetic screen in Drosophila, we have identified multiple evolutionarily conserved core components of the myoblast fusion signaling cascade, and, more importantly, discovered a novel cellular mechanism underlying myoblast fusion. We show that myoblast fusion is an asymmetric process in which one cell invades its fusion partner using actin-propelled membrane protrusions to promote fusion pore formation. Building on insights we learned from myoblast fusion in vivo, we have reconstituted high-efficiency cell-cell fusion in an otherwise non-fusogenic, non-muscle cell line and uncovered a previously unrecognized function for the ...
Theres no magic bullet for perimenopausal skin problems. But that doesnt mean you have to accept midlife as the beginning of the end of a beautiful, radiant complexion. Like any complex condition, the acne and signs of aging that tend to occur during these years require treatment that addresses not only the visible symptoms that result, but also their underlying causes.. A holistic skin care regime combines gentle, yet powerful topical treatments and healthy lifestyle habits to help you achieve clear, younger-looking skin. This multifaceted approach not only helps restore skins strength, resilience, and youthful luster by improving blood circulation, boosting elastin and collagen production, and neutralizing free radicals, but also calms irritated, acne-prone skin with plant-derived organic extracts that promote hormonal balance and fight bacteria and inflammation. I call this treatment plan the HERS program to remind my clients to focus on the fundamentals of caring for their skin during ...
Counselor Identity. Community Counseling. Favors a multifaceted approach that is developmental and educative Emphasizes prevention Takes into account the effects of the community on the client Seeks to empower clients through advocacy. Counselor Identity. Slideshow 2656915 by fawn
For example, while investigating pharmacologically accessible signaling pathways downstream of oncogenic RAS, we recently demonstrated that genetic ablation of the high affinity Cu transporter CTR1 responsible for Cu uptake resulted in decreased RAF-MEK-ERK signaling through loss of the interaction between Cu and the kinases MEK1/2. This is the first example demonstrating Cu directly regulates the activity of a mammalian kinase, and hence has opened up a new way to explore how metals interact with signaling pathways. Capitalizing on the dependence of oncogenic mutations in the RAS effector protein BRAF for MEK1/2 activity, a multifaceted approach was used to examine this new signaling mechanism in the context of BRAF mutation-positive cancer. Specifically, we reported that decreasing the levels of CTR1, or introducing mutations in MEK1 that disrupt Cu binding, decreased BRAFV600E-driven signaling and tumorigenesis. Furthermore, Cu chelators used in the treatment of Wilson disease decreased the ...
Alternative therapies for fibroids may be used to great effect and therefore are extremely popular as conventional treatment has severe limitations. The nature of fibroids implies that conventional medication can provide little apart from symptomatic relief which is why the reasons doctors recommend a "wait and find outInch approach.. Fibroids form because of the subtle interaction of numerous secondary and primary factors in the human body. These may be the effect of a poor diet, through genes, lifestyle factors and loss of focus. Very frequently there arent any apparent causes which is virtually difficult to look for the precise causes within an individual lady.. One way of addressing this issue is by using a multifaceted approach which systematically eliminates every single known reason for fibroids, although strengthening and supplementing the defense mechanisms. These alternative therapies for fibroids could use the next protocols:-. * Extensive nutritional modifications. * Nutritional ...
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Registered Health Psychologist. Research Lead for the Person Centred and Population Oral Health Group (PAPOR) in the School of Clinical Dentistry. Her main research interest is in how patients and carers adjust and cope with the diagnosis, impact and treatment of head and neck cancer and the psychological and social factors that influence coping and quality of life.. Click here to read more.... ...
Our aim at Ettalong Beach Dental is to provide our patients with a high quality of service, offering the best modern clinical dentistry. Services provided by Dr Gaeme Alder include teeth whitening, bad breath treatment, tooth aches, root canals, crowns and more. Our dedicated team will ensure that your time spent with us at Ettalong Beach Dental is as comfortable, relaxed and as stress free as possible.
Is proper chewing the key to good health? Grandma certainly thought so and now dental science is proving her right. Akira Uehama, the president of the Academy of Clinical Dentistry in Japan, calls it a "chewing revolution," because more than one study shows mindful chewing does have an impact on both physical and mental health. Proper Chewing Increases Energy & Awareness A leading Japanese researcher set out to prove that better chewing habits are important, especially as people age. Japan, just like the U.S., is seeing an escalation in their aging population. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the number…. [Read More…]. ...
Aune, Guro; Lian, Aina-Mari; Tingulstad, Solveig; Torp, Sverre Helge; Forsmo, Siri; Reseland, Janne Elin; Stunes, Astrid Kamilla & Syversen, Unni (2011). Increased circulating hepatocyte growth factor (HGF): a marker of epithelial ovarian cancer and an indicator of poor prognosis. Gynecologic Oncology. ISSN 0090-8258. 121(2), s 402- 406 . doi: 10.1016/j.ygyno.2010.12.355 ...
An improved understanding of indoor air chemistry would significantly benefit human health. It is estimated that at least 15% of new-onset asthma cases can be attributed to workplace exposures. The 2011 American Thoracic Society report on work exacerbated asthma identified 1) better exposure assessment methods to identify and characterize the complex exposures in workplaces and 2) investigating pathophysiological mechanisms such as neurogenic inflammation and epithelial response to oxidant stress as two of the major research gaps for addressing work exacerbated asthma reduction. Unfortunately even though indoor air is identified as a significant link between occupational lung disease and its prevention/reduction, it has been poorly understood or characterized. Research in gas-phase and surface-phase chemistries, improved field and analytical sampling methods and mechanism-based toxicology may all be used to improve indoor air quality ...
The objective of this study is to reduce the incidence of postoperative delirium after cardiac surgery in the elderly patient. This proposal is a clinical trial designed to reduce delirium in patients undergoing cardiac surgery by replacing standard postoperative sedation protocols (propofol, midazolam, opioids) with a new alpha2-adrenergic receptor agonist (dexmedetomidine) possessing sedative, analgesic, and antinociceptive properties. Resource utilization analysis will be performed to determine cost effectiveness of the new treatment modality ...
1. Brånemark PI, Hansson BO, Adell R, et al. Osseointegrated implants in the treatment of the edentulous jaw. Experience from a 10-year period. Scand J Plast Reconstr Surg Suppl. 1977;16:37-38.. 2. Williams E. A Matter of Balance. Akademiforlaget, Novum Grafiska AB; 1992:70.. 3. Brånemark PI, Zarb GA, Albrektsson T. Tissue-Integrated Prostheses: Osseointegration in Clinical Dentistry. Chicago, IL: Quintessence Publishing; 1985:11.. 4. Brånemark PI, Zarb GA, Albrektsson T. Tissue-Integrated Prostheses: Osseointegration in Clinical Dentistry. Chicago, IL: Quintessence Publishing; 1985:67.. 5. Baier RE, Meyer AE, Natiella JR. Implant surface physics and chemistry: improvements and impediments to bioadhesion. In: Laney WR, ed. Tissue Integration in Oral, Orthopedic & Maxillofacial Reconstruction. Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Tissue Integration in Oral, Orthopedic, and Maxillofacial Reconstruction. Rochester, MN: Quintessence Publishing; 1990:240.. 6. Brånemark PI, Hansson ...
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Although noncommunicable diseases have caused a considerable burden on public health worldwide, infectious and parasitic diseases are still responsible for an unfathomable impact on human and animal health. Moreover, with the advent of molecular biology, new infectious and parasitic diseases are continuously being discovered, and emerging zoonoses are being identified. To address this complex scenario in toto, a holistic and multifaceted approach is required. This brings us to the concept of "One Health Medicine", which is the order of the day in the field of public health. This concept invites public health professionals, human health and veterinary clinicians to adopt a global approach when dealing with health risks resulting from human-animal interactions. The book "Human-Animal Medicine, Clinical Approaches to Zoonoses, Toxicants and Other Shared Health Risks" comes to consolidate this approach, in practice.. The book is organized into 14 chapters authored by one or more of 23 contributors. ...
This announcement solicits applications for the Rural Health Opioid Program (RHOP). The purpose of RHOP is to promote rural health care services outreach by expanding the delivery of opioid related health care services to rural communities. The program will reduce the morbidity and mortality related to opioid overdoses in rural communities through the development of broad community consortiums to prepare individuals with opioid-use disorder (OUD) to start treatment, implement care coordination practices to organize patient care activities and support individuals in recovery through the enhancement of behavioral counselling and peer support activities. This program will bring together health care providers (i.e. local health departments, hospitals, primary care practices and substance abuse treatment providers) and entities such as social service and faith-based organizations, law enforcement and other community-based groups to respond in a multifaceted approach to the opioid epidemic in a rural ...
Media education has the potential to reduce these harmful effects through the process of educating children, adolescents, and adults about media. Media education is defined as the study and analysis of mass media. A media-literate public is able to decipher the purpose and message of media rather than accepting it at face value. With an educated understanding of media images and messages, users can recognize medias potential effects and make good choices about their and their childrens media exposure.. Media education represents a multifaceted approach to understanding and eliminating the negative impact of media images and messages on young people. At the same time, it allows the positive and prosocial uses of media to be explored and appreciated. Media education includes the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and produce media products. A media-educated person understands the following: all media messages are constructed; media messages shape our understanding of the world; individuals ...
... ) - NEW YORK (August 8, 2014) - A holistic approach to educating and empowering patients with diabetes can significantly improve their health, according to a new study led by diabetes nurse educators from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospitals Ambulatory Care Network. Participants in the study enrolled in a Diabetes Self-Management and Education program (DSME) to reduce their blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.. Nearly one in 11 Americans have diabetes, a chronic condition associated with serious complications.. Presented at the American Association of Diabetes Educators annual meeting on August 8, the study included 1,263 diabetic patients in a low-income immigrant population in Northern Manhattan. As part of the DSME programs multifaceted approach, participants underwent a comprehensive initial assessment and received four 30-minute individual sessions with a diabetes nurse educator, followed by group sessions focused on reinforcing self-management behaviors and ...
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To help address industry problems, Panthee takes a multifaceted approach - part conventional breeding, part molecular marker-assisted selection (MAS). MAS isnt genetic engineering; its simply a breeding short-cut thats especially helpful when it comes to developing disease-resistant varieties using DNA-based markers.. In conventional breeding methods, scientists would inoculate plants with a disease to see which ones are resistant, but that runs the risk of spreading the disease, Panthee explains. However, with MAS, scientists can look for what are called markers - sequences of nucleotides that make up a segment of DNA - that are near the genes of interest in the genome.. To develop a tomato resistant to tomato mosaic virus, for example, Panthee has identified the molecular marker that is tightly linked with the TMV resistance gene, so as he breeds successive generations of plants, he selects only plants that contain that marker.. "I keep on selecting plants that contain the TMV resistance ...
Abstract: The viral enzymes reverse transcriptase and protease are the current targets for antiretroviral therapy (ART). The use of a combination of inhibitors targeting these enzymes can reduce viral load for a prolonged period and delay disease progression. However, complications of ART, including the emergence of viruses resistant to current drugs, are driving the development of new antiretroviral agents targeting not only the reverse transcriptase and protease enzymes but novel targets as well. CCR5 and Integrase inhibitors have recently been approved for use in HIV treatment. The durg targets, which are under investigation, include CCR5 and CXCR4, maturation inhibitors, gene therapy, viral envelope protein (env). Novel virus that targets HIV-1-infected cells and Human deoxyhypusine synthase (DHS) are discussed as novel targets for HIV therapy.A multifaceted approach to ART, using combinations of inhibitors that target different steps of the viral life cycle, has the best potential for ...
The discomfort that hemorrhoids can bring to a person who has it can be exasperating and completely discomforting. Also known as piles, theyre inflamed and inflamed veins showing its presence in the rectum and anus. It can be internal or external and most common in people between the ages of 45 to 65. However, it can affect younger people as well. Eliminating piles takes a multifaceted approach that consists of having a healthy-fibre rich diet, regular exercise to improve blood flow in the affected area and other natural means to get rid of its presence. With weak diet plan as one of the primary factors that trigger its occurrence it is easy to understand why there are a few foods in order to avoid and at the same time foods that help eliminate hemorrhoids ...
Managing invasive species requires a multifaceted approach. Public participation in surveillance, monitoring, and control may help mitigate the harm that nonnative pests can cause to agricultural and natural resources across the United States.
We are using the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans to investigate aspects of nerve cell development and function. The wealth of developmental, anatomical, genetic, and molecular information available for C. elegans provides a powerful and multifaceted approach to these studies. Our work has focused on the study of a set of six neurons that are the sensory receptors for gentle touch (the touch cells), to address two questions: 1) How is neuronal cell fate determined? and 2) What is the molecular basis of mechanosensation, a sensory modality that underlies a variety of senses(e.g., touch, hearing, and balance)? We also work on neuronal degeneration, microtubule structure and function, and channel structure and function. Facilitating these studies is the development of new experimental methods, such as Green Fluorescent Protein and reconstituted GFP as gene and protein markers, a two component system (recCaspase) to selectively kill particular cells, a method to generate and insert ...
Because I deeply believe in the benefits of modern dentistry, I had a cosmetic makeover years ago. At that time, not much was known about the bite. End result was that I had nice teeth, but my bite was still bad and kept giving me problems, especially in the ears and jaw joints.. My good friend, Dr. Brad Durham, of Savannah, Ga., is the worlds expert in giving people beautiful teeth that fit a good bite. He is Paula Deans dentist and has introduced her to me in the past. If you do a Google Search for Paula Deens dentist, you can see her testimony. He didnt say much about her latest controversy, so I didnt ask.. Because Brad teaches other dentists clinical dentistry and I teach communication, teamwork, etc., we did a trade out, and I spent two weeks in his office with his team, and he reworked my teeth and bite. What a great learning experience for both of us. Plus, I got new, beautiful teeth to the right bite.. Importance of bite ...
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