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    Teeth Bleaching

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    In the past only movie stars had blinding, white-teeth. Now, cosmetic dentistry has gone ordinary. Cosmetic dentistry has become a billion-dollar industry. As thousands of Americans sink their teeth into bleaching trays full of chemicals, consumers are left to wonder, Is this trend safe? The first successful method of bleaching discolored teeth was created by Dr. James Truman in 1864. This consists substantially of liberating chlorine form chlorinated lime by the addition of a weak solution of

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    Teeth Staining Essay

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    Everyone has teeth, and society likes them to be as white as possible. But does everyone know the parts of the tooth? The tooth has four parts: dental pulp, dentin, enamel, and cementumcentenum. Dental pulp is the center part of the tooth and is made of tissue and nerves. Dentin is connected to the dental pulp and is the second hardest part of the tooth. Enamel is the hard, outer layer that surrounds the tooth. Enamel cannot be repaired or replaced. One can only prevent its loss, which is why we

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    The article Poor Teeth was written by Sarah Smarsh with the goal in mind being to shed light on the issue between upper and lower class society in a particularly concrete way. Teeth and dental health are an easy thing for people to imagine in their head because everyone has a set whether they’re white and shiny or black and rotted. This makes it easy to draw a comparison between people that care for their teeth and those who don’t. However, access to dental knowledge and services which the lower

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    The article I read was about some scientists that were able to grow teeth inside rats’ bodies. This project was led by Pamela C. Yelick, a scientist for Forsyth Institute, and the project was conducted in Massachusetts. Joseph P. Vacanti, a tissue engineer at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Yelick had the idea for the experiment. Vacanti had previously worked with rats and he found that cells will naturally organize themselves into tissues and other complex structures if they are placed in the

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    In mammals teeth develop as distinct organs. Some organs such as hair and certain glands share similarities with tooth organogenesis in their morphological and molecular features of development, but not their regenerative abilities. Dentition, by definition, refers to characteristics of a set of teeth including type, arrangement, shape, and number. During their evolutionary course, mammals have developed a reduced ability for tooth regeneration, but on the other hand mammalian teeth have developed

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    Of course, don’t take the title too seriously. Taking good care of your teeth and mouth today is as much important as taking care of your body as a whole. However, there are destructive dental habits that are guaranteed to damage your teeth. Bad Dental Habits That Damage Your Teeth -Chewing on Ice Dear you, here’s the cold truth --chewing ice or ice cubes can do more harm to your pearly whites than good. At first, you may see it as something innocent as drinking water, but really it can cause microscopic

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    White Teeth

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    I found the book White Teeth to be very interesting, it tackled a lot of issues that maybe somewhat common nowadays but approached it in a very universal way so that anyone from any background could understand it. The book touches on what it’s like for families of different cultural backgrounds to come together and live somewhere completely unlike where they are from and try to teach their children to keep their the families traditional ways of life. This task can be very hard for immigrant families

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    White Teeth Short Story

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    In her novel, White Teeth, Zadie Smith tells the story of two wartime friends, Samad Iqbal and Archie Jones, and their families in London. The story focuses on the latter half of their lives, while continuing to look back on their history as friends and comrades in arms. Alfred “Archie” Jones is an ordinary and uncertain man, preferring to make his most important decisions with the flip of a coin. The story begins with his ex-wife, Ophelia Diagilo, walking out on him apparently driven insane by his

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    Alisa's Teeth Key Quotes

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    Little Alisa doesn't want to brush her teeth. Page 1 Alisa was a little girl, who loved to eat candy a lot. But mom never let her. One day, Alisa and Mom went to a friend's birthday party. After a while, Alisa sneaked away to eat the candy and chocolate that was placed on the tables. ““If you eat too much candy, your teeth will go bad.” Alisa’s Mom warned. “Nay ...” Alisa said, making a face and thinking, “I don’t care. I love candy so much and don’t see anything wrong with eating

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    Sigificance of Maxillary Anterior Teeth

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    INTRODUCTION Designing a smile requires artistry and analysis. A smile that exposes beautiful natural teeth is one of the greatest assets a person can have. The dentist can render one of the most appreciated services to the patient by means of the restoration or rehabilitation of smile. An optimal esthetic result can be ensured only if the dentist has basic knowledge and understanding of the artistic elements.1 Moreover, the dentist has to understand beauty, harmony and proportion as perceived by

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