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Periodontal Plastic Surgery Controls Tooth Sensitivity and Gum Recession

Dentistry is a formidable specialty requiring years of heated training to master. The Periodontal Plastic Surgery march attended by Robert Korwin DMD, sponsored by a Perio Institute and taught by periodontist Dr. James Kohner has enabled New Jersey Dentist Dr. Robert Korwin, to effectively diagnose and absolutely and predictably provide resin problems.

Middletown and Red Bank, New Jersey (PRWEB) Dec 26, 2011

Dr Robert Korwin by attending a surgical hands on course, given by The Perio Institute on predictably successful gingival and junction hankie grafting,

Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/periodontal-plastic-surgery-controls-tooth-sensitivity-gum-recession-080359296.html

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Tuesday, December 27th, 2011 Dentistry No Comments

Guide dogs understanding with some-more distracations than ever

LOS ANGELES — Guide dogs and their handlers have always undergone heated training on trade with distractions from squirrels to skateboarders. But today’s beam dogs have a whole new era of things to worry about: still cars, button-activated travel signals, hiker trade on disabled curb-cuts, and a larger odds of interacting with other dogs.

“It used to be we encountered other dogs mostly on sidewalks while we were going down a street,” pronounced Morgan Watkins, behaving boss and arch executive officer of Guide Dogs for a Blind, which

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Sunday, September 18th, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

Guide dogs understanding with some-more distractions than ever

LOS ANGELES — Guide dogs and their handlers have always undergone heated training on trade with distractions from squirrels to skateboarders. But today’s beam dogs have a whole new era of things to worry about: still cars, button-activated travel signals, hiker trade on disabled curb-cuts, and a larger odds of interacting with other dogs.

“It used to be we encountered other dogs mostly on sidewalks while we were going down a street,” pronounced Morgan Watkins, behaving boss and arch executive officer of Guide Dogs for a Blind, that has campuses in San Rafael, north of San Francisco, and in Boring,

Article source: http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/general/view.bg?articleid=1365846&srvc=rss

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Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

From still cars to baby strollers, beam dogs understanding with distractions

In this print taken Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, Cecilia von Beroldingen, a debate scientist and executive of a California Criminalistics Institute during a California Department of Justice, is seen with her beam dog, Neoki, in Sacramento, Calif. Von Beroldingen began regulating a beam dog in 1994, after a mind growth led to her losing a steer in her left eye and many of her steer in her right in 1990. Neoki is her second beam dog and will retire soon. She will accept a new dog from Guide Dogs for a Blind, who provides giveaway dogs and training<p>Article source: http://www.brandonsun.com/lifestyles/breaking-news/from-quiet-cars-to-baby-strollers-guide-dogs-deal-with-distractions-129746903.html?viewAllComments=y</p>				
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Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments

From still cars to baby strollers, beam dogs understanding with some-more distractions than ever

LOS ANGELES
– Guide dogs and their handlers have always undergone heated training on trade with distractions from squirrels to skateboarders. But today’s beam dogs have a whole new era of things to worry about: still cars, button-activated travel signals, hiker trade on disabled curb-cuts, and a larger odds of interacting with other dogs.

“It used to be we encountered other dogs mostly on sidewalks while we were going down a street,” pronounced Morgan Watkins, behaving boss and arch executive officer of Guide Dogs for a Blind, that has campuses in San Rafael,

Article source: http://www.startribune.com/nation/129777898.html

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Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 Los Angeles Dentists No Comments


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