December 6th, 2006

Free dental implant - Thoroughbreds traced to just three stallions 

Thoroughbreds traced to just three stallions 
Eric Birks is assistant professor of sports medicine at the University of Pennsylvania’s Veterinary School of Medicine/New Bolton Center

VIDEO: Dentist offering free service in B.C. 
As of 9 a.m. this morning, more than 30 people were waiting to get toothache relief at Dr. L.C. Chilimigras dental office, 2245 W. Columbia Ave. The doctor will be giving free tooth care to people without insurance until 5 p.m. today.

December 6th, 2006

Oral treatment - PracticePlan Dental Cover

PracticePlan Dental Cover
Updated information about PracticePlan Insurance Cover.

Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Helped By Periodontal Therapy
Patients with Type 2 diabetes and periodontal disease who receive periodontal therapy see levels of oxidative stress, a condition in which antioxidant levels are lower than normal, reduced to the same levels as nondiabetic patients, according to a new study that appeared in the November issue of the Journal of Periodontology (JOP). [click link for full article]

Oral Cancer Exam
Each year, oral cancer strikes approximately 35 thousand Americans. Of all the major cancers, oral cancer has the worst 5-year survival rate. Only about 50 percent of those diagnosed with oral cancer will survive more than 5 years. In fact, oral …

December 6th, 2006

The best way to get teeth (Implant) whiter than white 

The best way to get teeth whiter than white 
We all want a brighter, whiter smile, but with whitening treatments at the dentist costing up to 750 a time, many people are turning to DIY kits. We asked Dr Philip Stemmer, who has more than 25 years’ experience with tooth whitening, to look at some of the latest DIY products. We then assessed them according to their effectiveness, safety and ease of use

Tooth whiteners found to have no negative health effects 
Common tooth whitening products, which have been used by millions of people, are found to be safe and do not increase the risk of oral cancer when used as directed.

Go ahead, give yourself a white Christmas present 
As the holiday season quickly approaches, we scurry around in a panic looking for last-minute gifts. Traditionally, people start the new year with a resolution to lose weight and eat healthier. Why not consider starting out the new year with a whiter, brighter smile with either a take-home or in-office tooth whitening gift? It might just be what the doctor ordered in making your new year a new

BioLase’s Reason to Smile 
Dental laser maker narrows loss and inks distribution deal to boost sales.

Whats on in org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: FATAL: terminating connection due to administrator command 
London Recycling: 60% more could be recycled. No time to waste. It’s time for action. www.recycleforlondon.com

Cosmetic dentistry gains popularity 
More adults are seeking orthodontic treatment, including those who had braces as teenagers. As a teenager, Marty Huie wore traditional metal braces for two years. It was a painful and annoying process–she had all of her wisdom teeth pulled and had to wear a headgear at night.

Hydrogen Peroxide Tooth Whiteners Do Not Cause Cancer, Study Finds 
Common tooth whitening products, which have been used by millions of people, are found to be safe and do not increase the risk of oral cancer when used as directed. This exhaustive review of the literature, including numerous unpublished clinical studies involving over 4,000 human subjects, appeared in an article by Dr. Ian Monroe entitled, “Use of Hydrogen Peroxide-Based Tooth Whitening Products

Teeth Whitening Products - Does New Technology Always Produce Better Results? 
London City, UK (PRWeb) November 24, 2006 — According to Vitint company, their new patented technology developed by Dutch dentist, called Ardox-X technology with hydrocarbon-oxobarate complex, consists of safe active oxygen elements which have teeth bleaching effect (more on whitening procedure here:

Teeth Whitening Products - Does New Technology Always Produce Better Results? 
According to Vitint company, their new patented technology developed by Dutch dentist, called Ardox-X technology with hydrocarbon-oxobarate complex, consists of safe active oxygen elements which have teeth bleaching effect. It has proven to be safe on tooth enamel and gums. [click link for full article]

New Starbrite Whitening Toothpaste to Debut in Victoria’s Secret Stores - Cosmetic Dentist’s Proprietary Formula  
Starbrite whitening toothpaste developed by New York-based cosmetic dentist, Dr. Debra Glassman, will debut this week in Victoria’ Secret flagship stores. MoxieTM, a New York-based package design firm, created the bright pink package to highlight the product’s cosmetic appeal. (PRWeb Nov 20, 2006)

December 6th, 2006

Preview: 76ers at Bucks  (Dental implant cost)

Preview: 76ers at Bucks 
The Philadelphia 76ers have struggled to get their offense going during their three-game losing skid. Without star Allen Iverson , those struggles are a whole lot worse. After sitting out Tuesday`s game following oral surgery, Iver…

News briefs from Southern California 
The population of an endangered songbird on the Palos Verdes Peninsula increased by almost a third over the past 12 years, surprising conservationists who expected their number to remain steady at best.

Wallace leads Pistons to third straight win 
PHILADELPHIA — Rasheed Wallace doesn’t understand it, but he doesn’t mind it.

Mavericks win 7th in a row 
Nowitzki scored 30 against Wizards. DALLAS Dirk Nowitzki scored seven of his 30 points in a game-turning run that ended the third quarter, and the Dallas Mavericks won their seventh straight with a 107-80 victory over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night.

Cavs hold off Memphis, 97-94 
CLEVELAND AP Drew Gooden scored a season-high 22 points, LeBron James kicked in 15 and Damon Jones dropped three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, helping the Cavaliers hold off the Memphis Grizzlies 97-94 on Tuesday night.

December 6th, 2006

VIDEO: Dentist offering free service in B.C.  (Tooth problems)

VIDEO: Dentist offering free service in B.C. 
As of 9 a.m. this morning, more than 30 people were waiting to get toothache relief at Dr. L.C. Chilimigras dental office, 2245 W. Columbia Ave. The doctor will be giving free tooth care to people without insurance until 5 p.m. today.

Thoroughbreds traced to just three stallions 
Eric Birks is assistant professor of sports medicine at the University of Pennsylvania’s Veterinary School of Medicine/New Bolton Center