Board rejects rule that could have closed animal clinics

Board rejects rule that could have closed animal clinics
Charles Franz, director of the Alabama Veterinary Medical Association, said the push for the new rule didn't come from his organization, which represents both large- and small-animal vets across the state. “This came … Dental board documents include …
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General Election Video: Mia Jones, Florida House, District 14
In the Legislature it would be the $ 500,000 in funding for adult dental services through the health department, 3.1 million in funding for the Minority Health initiative and passage of suspended drivers license restoration program. Have you ever been …
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Savannah newsmakers

Savannah newsmakers
Duties: Barr will perform project site reconnaissance and provide locations for soil testing and perform foundation support analysis based on in-situ soil testing and lab test data. Related work … Feemster has also been selected for membership into …
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People & achievements in the greater Ann Arbor area, including ALPAC Inc. and
The event is one of the American Heart Association's largest fundraisers in Washtenaw County. • After celebrating Halloween, trick-or-treaters can bring their excess unwrapped candy to Arbor Dental, 2301 Platt Road Suite 200, Ann Arbor, and receive $ 1 …
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Latest Dental Association News

Halloween campaign seeks to scare off tooth decay
Sticky caramels, chewy taffy and hard candies will find themselves going up against the American Dental Association's "Stop Zombie Mouth" campaign. Halloween candy. Some Halloween candies contribute to tooth decay more than others, dentists say.
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American Dental Association Installs President and President-Elect
CHICAGO, Oct. 24, 2012 – The American Dental Association (ADA) recently installed Robert A. Faiella, D.M.D., M.M.SC., of Osterville, Mass., as president and Charles H. Norman III, D.D.S., of Greensboro, N.C., as president-elect. The installations took …
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Christensen puts implant makers in the hot seat

Christensen puts implant makers in the hot seat
October 20, 2012 — SAN FRANCISCO – During the final day of the ADA Annual Session on Saturday, Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD, and a panel of dental implant experts gave dental implant manufacturers and attendees plenty to consider during a …
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Now is the time for mini dental implants
October 12, 2012 — A recent histology study from Loma Linda University demonstrated the successful osseointegration of mini dental implants after three months. This success rate is not news to those of us who have been placing mini dental implants for …
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Beverly Hills Dental Implants Specialist, Dr. Sam Markzar, is Now Improving
This includes crown lengthening for patients that require crowns for any number of teeth to recreate their smile. Dr. Sam Markzar, Beverly Hills dental implant specialist is now offering cutting edge crown lengthening services to rebuild a smile, no …
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Greensboro dentist named president-elect of American Dental Association

Greensboro dentist named president-elect of American Dental Association
Dr. Chuck Norman III of Greensboro has been tapped as president-elect of the American Dental Association. Dr. Chuck Norman III of Greensboro has been selected as president-elect of the American Dental Association, The Business Journal of the Triad …
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The Future of Salivary Testing Research
The October issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association featured an extra supplement where the UCLA School of Dentistry associate dean of research Dr. David Wong, talks about the current state of scientific research in the field of salivary …
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Journal outlines how UCLA researchers are redefining dentistry through
Now, the Journal of the American Dental Association, a leading publication for dental professionals, has published a special supplement to its October issue in which Dr. David Wong, the school's associate dean of research, outlines the state of the …
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Your Spit Might Tell Dentists If You Have Cancer
UCLA researcher Dr. David Wong argues in a new paper published in the Journal of the American Dental Association that in saliva lie a number of health indicators. PopSci explains salivary diagnostics: Human saliva is made up of molecules, after all …
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