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Forum set on equine dentistry

BERLIN, Md. –There will be an equine denistry forum on Jan. 10 during a Fox Wood Farm, 8041 Ironshire Station Road, Berlin, Md., from 6-8 p.m.

Learn many things about a health of a equine by a condition of a teeth. Maintaining a healthy mouth and teeth can lead to improved roving performance, attitude, health and physique condition with all heading to improved peculiarity of life for a horse.

Joining us for a dusk will be Natalie Henning with Kent Nutrition Group, builder of Blue Seal Kent feeds.

A proof of equine dentistry will be given by Kevin Timmons of Delmarva Equine

Article source: http://www.delmarvanow.com/article/20111221/ESN01/112210318/Forum-set-on-equine-dentistry?odyssey=mod%7Cnewswell%7Ctext%7CEastern%20Shore%20News%7Cs

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Sunday, December 25th, 2011 Dentistry No Comments

Schedule First Visit to a Dentist by First Birthday Advises Alameda Pediatric Dentistry and Pleasanton Pediatric …

Posted on: Tuesday, 12 Jul 2011, 14:21 CDT

ALAMEDA, Calif., Jul 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — First teeth for babies is a miracle to be celebrated. It is also a time when a initial revisit to a dentist should occur.

Alameda Pediatric Dentistry (APD) and Pleasanton Pediatric Dentistry (PPD), www.alamedapediatricdentistry.com, along with a American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, suggest that a initial revisit to a dentist start when a initial tooth erupts and customarily no after than a initial birthday.

“First revisit by a initial year signals a start of good verbal health and prevents dental problems that can begin

Article source: http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/2078004/schedule_first_visit_to_the_dentist_by_first_birthday_advises/index.html?source=r_health

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Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 Dentistry No Comments

Some dentists swear by lasers

Dental lasers are possibly an indispensable apparatus in a dentist’s toolkit or an emerging-but-unproven technology. It depends on whom we ask.

They came into use in ubiquitous dentistry about 15-20 years ago though even now are used usually by about 6% to 8% of dentists nationwide. The dual categorical categories are soft-tissue lasers, used mostly for resin contouring and teenager surgical procedures, and hard-tissue lasers, used to provide small- to moderate-size cavities.

News in Brief: American Association of Physical Anthropologists

American Association of Physical Anthropologists meeting, Minneapolis, Apr 12–16, 2011


Footprints from a past
Volcanic charcoal nearby a seaside of a Tanzanian lake preserves a image of dual groups of people from around 120,000 years ago. A organisation led by Kevin Hatala of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., detected 349 recorded footprints of 34 Stone Age men, women and children. At slightest 18 tracks, any containing 3 or some-more footprints from a same person, conduct in a same instruction and paint a organisation that walked together, Hatala reported in Minneapolis on Apr 14. Another 6 marks streamer in

Article source: http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/73072/title/News_in_Brief_American_Association_of_Physical_Anthropologists_

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Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 Dentistry No Comments


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