*  Hers - Wikipedia
Hers can refer to: the possessive pronoun version of she two rivers in southern France: Hers-Vif (also: Grand Hers or Hers) Hers-Mort Henri G. Hers, a Belgian scientist The Georgian name for the indigenous people of Hereti, more commonly called Èrs HERS can refer to: Various energy rating systems: Home energy rating system (HERS) in the United States House Energy Rating scheme in Australia Hertwig's epithelial root sheath the Heart and Estrogen/progestin Replacement Study, a clinical study (published in 1998 by S. Hulley, D. Grady, T. Bush et al. in JAMA, 280:605-613) about the secondary prevention, with conjugated equine estrogens and medroxyprogesterone acetate, of documented ischemic cardiomyopathy in ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hers
*  Healing of the root surface-associated periodontium: an immunohistochemical study of orthodontic root resorption in man : The...
The purpose of the present investigation was to study resorption and regeneration of periodontal tissues incident to orthodontic tooth movement, in particular cells resorbing the root surface and the subsequent regeneration of the periodontal epithelial network and forming reparative cementum. The study was carried out using a select number of immunohistochemical markers on extracted human teeth which had been treated orthodontically.. The most striking finding in the resorbing areas was the presence of what appeared to be two populations of KP 1+ mononuclear cells located at a distance of 50-100 μm from the root surface and multinucleated cells in resorption lacunae in close contact with the root surface. KP 1+ has previously not been reported for odontoclasts. The mononuclear KP 1+ cells in the periodontal ligament may represent either precursors to odontoclasts or phagocytic scavenger cells of the macrophage lineage.. The subsequent ...
  http://oxfordindex.oup.com/view/10.1093/ejo/18.5.435
*  Oral Health & Preventive Dentistry
Results: On root surfaces without plaque/calculus, significantly different (p < 0.05) DIAGNOdent readings were obtained from sound root surfaces (12.2 ± 11.1), active carious root surfaces (37.6 ± 31.7) and inactive carious root surfaces (20.9 ± 10.5) before scaling. On root surfaces with visible plaque, DIAGNOdent readings obtained from active carious root surfaces (29.6 ± 20.8) and inactive carious root surfaces (27.0 ± 7.2) were not statistically significantly different (p > 0.05). Furthermore, on root surfaces with visible calculus, all DIAGNOdent readings obtained from sound root surfaces were > 50, which might be misinterpreted as carious. After scaling, the DIAGNOdent readings obtained from sound root surfaces (8.1 ± 11.3), active carious root surfaces (37.9 ± 31.9) and inactive carious root surfaces ...
  http://ohpd.quintessenz.de/index.php?doc=toc&year=2016&issue=6
*  Best Way to Heal Sensitive Teeth & Exposed Tooth Root at GumlineGreenSmoothie.com: Break Free!
The good news is that cementum can repair itself. Cementoblasts - cells in your tooth root - make cementum continuously throughout your life as the old cementum ages and thins. This way your teeth stay firmly embedded in your jawbone.. Your goal is to support this natural repair process, to neatly close off your exposed dentinal tubules with cementum.. Cementum is about 50% hydroxylapatite. Tooth enamel is 90% hydroxylapatite, and bone is 70%. Hydroxylapatite is a calcium phosphate mineral, also known as the bone mineral.. Acid food and drinks dissolve hydroxylapatite, and hence cementum. Enamel begins to demineralize at a pH of 5.5.. Yet another reason to eat a high-alkaline diet! When raw fooders eat too much acidic citrus, it dissolves their tooth enamel. They get sensitive teeth. Watch those oranges and lemons. Juice them, or rinse your mouth after eating.. The other 50% of cementum (the part that isn't calcified hydroxylapatite) is mainly collagen and protein polysaccharides (compounds ...
  http://greensmoothie.com/heal/sensitive-teeth
*  Root Canal Therapy
Dental pulp, found in the center of each tooth, contains a nerve which extends from the tooth's root to bring vital nutrients to the tooth. If a tooth's pulp is injured, damaged, or infected, the nerve within the pulp will die and, unless endodontic treatment (root canal) is performed, the tooth may die as well. In many cases, root canal therapy (removal of the nerve tissue in the tooth) can save damaged teeth by preserving the tooth in the mouth. After the root canal is successfully completed, restoring the tooth with a crown is usually highly recommended to preserve the tooth structure and provide strength for chewing.. ...
  http://www.northchautauquadental.com/services-2/root-canal-therapy/
*  Dental root tip infection ups heart disease risk | The Siasat Daily
Their coronary arteries were examined by means of angiography, and 36 per cent of them were found to be suffering from stable coronary artery disease, 33 per cent were undergoing acute coronary syndrome, and 31 did not suffer from coronary artery disease to a significant degree.. Their teeth were examined using panoramic tomography of the teeth and jaws, and as many as 58 per cent were found to be suffering from one or more inflammatory lesions.. The findings, published in the Journal of Dental Research, suggest that root canal treatment of an infected tooth may reduce the risk of heart disease.. The researchers also discovered that dental root tip infections were connected with a high level of serum antibodies related to common bacteria causing such infections.. This shows that oral infections affect other parts of the body as well ...
  http://www.siasat.com/news/dental-root-tip-infection-ups-heart-disease-risk-995739/
*  What is Involved in a Molar Root Canal? (with pictures)
The exact things that are involved in a molar root canal can vary slightly, but generally speaking, a molar root canal will start...
  http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-involved-in-a-molar-root-canal.htm
*  Root Canal Surgery (Apicoectomy) - Dentist Pekin, IL - Dental Education Library
Root canal surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia such as a numbing shot, so you won't feel any pain. To begin the procedure, a small incision is made in the gum, and the infection at the end of the tooth's roots is exposed. The infected tissue is then removed, along with a few millimeters of the root tip itself. A dye may be used to help make cracks or fractures easy to see; if we discover that the tooth is fractured, it may be better to extract (remove) it at this time instead of completing the apicoectomy.. Next, a microscope and light are used to examine the tiny canals. They will be cleaned with an ultrasonic instrument, then filled with an inert material and sealed up with a small filling. To finish the procedure, a small bone graft may be placed at the affected site, and then the gum tissue covering the tooth's root will be sutured (sewn) closed. X-rays may also be taken as the procedure nears completion. Afterwards, ...
  http://www.pekintotaldentalcare.com/library/7743/RootCanalSurgery%28Apicoectomy%29.html
*  Root Canal Surgery (Apicoectomy) - Dentist Zanesville, OH - Dental Education Library
Root canal surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia such as a numbing shot, so you won't feel any pain. To begin the procedure, a small incision is made in the gum, and the infection at the end of the tooth's roots is exposed. The infected tissue is then removed, along with a few millimeters of the root tip itself. A dye may be used to help make cracks or fractures easy to see; if we discover that the tooth is fractured, it may be better to extract (remove) it at this time instead of completing the apicoectomy.. Next, a microscope and light are used to examine the tiny canals. They will be cleaned with an ultrasonic instrument, then filled with an inert material and sealed up with a small filling. To finish the procedure, a small bone graft may be placed at the affected site, and then the gum tissue covering the tooth's root will be sutured (sewn) closed. X-rays may also be taken as the procedure nears completion. Afterwards, ...
  http://www.thesmileshack.com/library/7743/RootCanalSurgery%28Apicoectomy%29.html
*  Root Canal Surgery (Apicoectomy)
Root canal surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia such as a numbing shot, so you won't feel any pain. To begin the procedure, a small incision is made in the gum, and the infection at the end of the tooth's roots is exposed. The infected tissue is then removed, along with a few millimeters of the root tip itself. A dye may be used to help make cracks or fractures easy to see; if we discover that the tooth is fractured, it may be better to extract (remove) it at this time instead of completing the apicoectomy.. Next, a microscope and light are used to examine the tiny canals. They will be cleaned with an ultrasonic instrument, then filled with an inert material and sealed up with a small filling. To finish the procedure, a small bone graft may be placed at the affected site, and then the gum tissue covering the tooth's root will be sutured (sewn) closed. X-rays may also be taken as the procedure nears completion. Afterwards, ...
  http://ardensmile.dental/our-services/endodontics/root-canal-surgery-apicoectomy/
*  Patent US5171146 - Syringe for washing teeth root canals - Google Patents
A syringe useful for washing root canals wherein the syringe is configured and arranged with a two-position valve which, in a first position, supplies the syringe with hydrogen perioxide and, in the second position, supplies the syringe with sodium peroxide. In a selected embodiment, the valve has a single outlet port and first and second inlet ports connected to a hydrogen peroxide and sodium peroxide supply, respectively. The outlet port is connected to the inlet ports by a rotatable obturator having first and second slanted grooves having first and second ducts, respectively, at opposite ends thereof. In a first rotatable position of the obturator, the first groove is aligned with the first inlet port, and the first duct is aligned with the outlet port. In a second rotatable position of the obturator, the second groove is aligned with the second inlet port, and the second duct is aligned with the outlet port.
  http://www.google.com/patents/US5171146?dq=4,923,986
*  Cosmetic Gum Surgery
Excess Tissue. A gummy smile can be caused by excessive gum tissue covering more of the enamel surface of a tooth's crown (visible portion) than normal. If that is the case, a procedure known as "crown lengthening" can be performed, in which gum tissue (and sometimes a small amount of bone tissue) is removed to expose more tooth surface.. Receding Gums. Sometimes your gums can shrink down (recede), exposing a portion of your tooth roots. This causes a cosmetic problem because root surfaces, which have no enamel covering, tend to appear more yellow than the crowns of your teeth. Also, exposed roots can be more sensitive to cold or touch, and can be at greater risk of decay. There are various gum-grafting procedures that can cover exposed roots, which may involve moving gingival (gum) tissue from one site in the mouth to another. For example, roots can be covered with tissue from the roof of your mouth, which is of the same ...
  https://oregon.dentalworks.com/Cosmetic-Gum-Surgery
*  Ask an Expert: Problems with tooth and gum after root canal
There are couple of reasons that they want to do the surgery to explore the area:. 1. Endodontic problem was too severe. Sometimes removing diseased pulp and filling root canals are not enough. The dentist has to open the most apical portion of the root and remove infected tissue since it is not healing by itself.. 2. You may have an extra canal, etc. that they could not reach through conventional techniques. Thus, they may want to check the root surfaces.. 3. During endodontic treatment, they may have a little perforation on the root surface. They may want to seal this perforation.. 4. They may be questioning root fracture. Sometimes they are not very easy to detect. You need to do surgery to see the root surfaces and check for any fracture line.. #1 is the most likely reason as far as I can understand from your information. I cannot tell you the prognosis of the tooth after treatment since ...
  http://www.netwellness.org/question.cfm/57874.htm
*  Tooth Root Abscess- to remove teeth, or lifelong antibiotic treatment?? - BinkyBunny.com - House Rabbit Information Forum -...
Hmmm, it appears we have a tricky decision to make- our little boy bunny has a lump under his jaw, so we took him to a bunnies-and-piggies-only specialist in Melbourne the other day. It's not an abscess attached to the jaw, thank god, just a lump of very...
  https://www.binkybunny.com/FORUM/tabid/54/aft/122119/Default.aspx
*  109963226 Root Fractures | Human Tooth | Wellness
RestorativeDentistryNeeraj Malhotra M Kundabala and S Acharaya A Review of Root Fractures: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis
  https://www.scribd.com/document/146280654/109963226-Root-Fractures
*  The Root Canal Anatomy Project: February 2012
Mandibular molars can have an additional root located lingually (the radix entomolaris) or buccally (the radix paramolaris). The presence of a separate RE in the first mandibular molar is associated with certain ethnic groups. In African populations a maximum frequency of 3% is found, while in Eurasian and Indian populations the frequency is less than 5%. In populations with Mongoloid traits (such as the Chinese, Eskimo and American Indians) reports have noted that the RE occurs with a frequency that ranges from 5% to more than 30%. Because of its high frequency in these populations, the RE is considered to be a normal morphological variant (eumorphic root morphology). In Caucasians the RE is not very common and, with a maximum frequency of 3.4 to 4.2%, is considered to be an unusual or dysmorphic root morphology. The etiology behind the formation of the RE is still unclear. In dysmorphic, supernumerary roots, its formation could be related ...
  http://rootcanalanatomy.blogspot.com/2012/02/
*  Canadians go ultrasonic for tooth regrowth implant • The Register
Scientists in Canada have patented an ultrasound device which they say will help regrow broken teeth.. A team at the University of Alberta have miniaturised a technology called low intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) so a wireless growth-stimulating 'chip' can be implanted into a patient's mouth.. The regenerative effect of LIPUS was discovered by Dr Tarak El-Baily while working on rabbit subjects. The inducer is targeted to "massage" the root of a tooth injured either mechanically or by disease. It stimulates new growth and counteracts the destructive process of dental resorption, which often means a damaged tooth has to be completely removed.. El-Baily said: "If the root is broken, it can now be fixed. And because we can regrow the teeth root, a patient could have his own tooth rather than foreign objects in his mouth.". Before El-Baily collaborated with circuit design specialists to shrink the device to smaller than a pea, test subjects had to hold a ...
  https://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/06/29/ultrasound_tooth_implant/
*  How Often Should You Go to the Dentist - Super Healing Book
It is likely that you do not go to the dentist as often as you should. Research has found that the overwhelming majority of adults do not go to the dentist on a regular basis. Many of them cite it as an inconvenience. Many of them simply dislike what they perceive to be the pain and discomfort associated with dental procedures. Ironically, the procedures that cause the most discomfort are generally avoidable if you get regular check-ups. A regular dentist visit can help prevent many of the worst dental problems.. X-Rays. Typically, Essex dentists will x-ray your teeth when you go in for a routine visit. A simple x-ray of your teeth can tell them a lot. The root canal of your teeth is the channel that goes down into your gums and carries the tooth's root. If that becomes inflamed or infected, a doctor might have to drill down into the tooth. However, that is largely avoidable if the doctor is able to x-ray your teeth and see that something has gone wrong. If they see a ...
  http://superhealingbook.com/how-often-should-you-go-to-the-dentist/
*  RE: Additional material on the Sinornthosaurus venom report
Denver Fowler wrote- , there's a slightly better image of the teeth here: , , http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/12/091221212630.htm , , Mmm... almost certainly hanging out of their sockets. Is this another case of , PNAS not having reviewed papers? It's not at all unusual to find depressed , areas such as this in theropod tooth roots. I agree, those are quite common. And even real grooves on the crown aren't uncommon in theropods- Ceratosaurus, baryonychines, Paronychodon, etc.. Since it's written by Martin and Burnham, I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't know what they were talking about. The only depressions on the maxilla ('for a venom gland') are the antorbital fossa and the fossa within it around the promaxillary fenestra, both odd places to put a venom gland. The lateral ridge below the antorbital fossa doesn't connect with either fossa or the teeth themselves except perhaps via the neurovascular foramina. Next thing you know, troodontids will be venomous ...
  http://dml.cmnh.org/2009Dec/msg00334.html
*  Scaling and Root Planing
We start the scaling and root planing procedure with the administration of a local anesthetic to reduce any discomfort. Then a small instrument called a "scaler," or an ultrasonic cleaner, is used to clean beneath your gum line to remove plaque and tartar. The root surfaces of the tooth are then planed and smoothed to allow the gum tissue to heal and reattach itself to the tooth. Contact our office about scaling and root planing in Westmont to see if you might need this procedure for improved oral health.. ...
  http://www.downersdental.com/services/scaling-and-root-planing/
*  Optimize Generated Code Using Specified Minimum and Maximum Values
Model step function */ void rtwdemo_minmax_step(void) { int32_T tmp; /* Sum: ',Root,/Sum' incorporates: * Inport: ',Root,/U1' * Inport: ',Root,/U2' * Sum: ',Root,/Sum2' * Switch: ',Root,/Switch' */ tmp = U1 + U2; /* Switch: ',Root,/Switch' incorporates: * Gain: ',Root,/Gain' * Inport: ',Root,/U3' * RelationalOperator: ',Root,/Relational Operator' * Sum: ',Root,/Sum' */ if (tmp ,= k * U3) { /* Outport: ',Root,/Out1' incorporates: * Sum: ',Root,/Sum2' */ rtY.Out1 = tmp + U3; } else { /* Outport: ',Root,/Out1' incorporates: * Inport: ',Root,/U1' * Inport: ',Root,/U2' * Product: ',Root,/Product' */ rtY.Out1 = U1 * U2 * U3 ...
  http://www.mathworks.com/examples/embedded-coder/mw/ecoder-ex15551120-optimize-generated-code-using-specified-minimum-and-maximum-values
*  NFIC - Nuclear factor 1 C-type - Homo sapiens (Human) - NFIC gene & protein
Recognizes and binds the palindromic sequence 5'-TTGGCNNNNNGCCAA-3' present in viral and cellular promoters and in the origin of replication of adenovirus type 2. These proteins are individually capable of activating transcription and replication.
  http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/P08651
*  CI-600 - In Situ Root Imager by CID Bio-Science, Inc.
... Root development and function are vitally important for plant adaptation to the environment. The understanding of root biology is critically necessary to facilitate the improvement of crop perfor...
  https://www.agriculture-xprt.com/products/ci-600in-situ-root-imager-456969
*  Best 25+ Root cellar plans ideas on Pinterest | Root cellar, Living off grid ideas and Cellar design
Find and save ideas about Root cellar plans on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Root cellar, Living off grid ideas and Cellar design.
  https://www.pinterest.de/explore/root-cellar-plans/