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Greensboro dentist to be president American Dental Association
… for graduates of dental schools. He said the average debt is a staggering $ 226,000 USD, compared to the average income of the last year of $ 192,000 for a general practitioner. He recently talked about his job and projects that the American Dental Association …
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Medical Tourism: Overseas and Under the Knife
Journal Magazine Men – Male Style, Travel, fitness and speed … Therefore, the most common procedures after dental and cosmetic surgeries are cardiac bypass and arterial stents, hip and knee repair discs of the spine and spinal fusion …
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San Rafael smoking ban, more stringent in the nation, comes into force
When California banned smoking in bars, clubs and restaurants in 1995, the prohibition of San Rafael is the first to pass the restrictions inside the house – a move that the American Lung Association called .. . “Revolutionary”. experience a
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Health center Accolades – November 2013
Research in the laboratory of O’Brien Dealy was funded by a prestigious Fellowship to students, he received the American Association of Dental Research. O’Brien also won “Best Poster” for a different aspect of the same project that …
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Tending to Unmet Dental Needs, a Root of Elder Hunger

Tending to Unmet Dental Needs, a Root of Elder Hunger
In one of the first programs of its kind in the U.S., nonprofit food-delivery service Citymeals-on-Wheels recently joined with Columbia University College of Dental Medicine to conduct a pilot study of meal recipients' oral health. Funded … Before …
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Peabody Dentist Working Toward Forensic Dentist Board Certification
In 2009, Dr. Argeros earned the prestigious Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and was also appointed to the review board for the academy's publication, The Journal of Oral Implantology. He is a member of the Massachusetts Dental …
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Spit The Key To Cancer Diagnosis For Dentists

Spit The Key To Cancer Diagnosis For Dentists
In a paper published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, Dr Wong argues that analysing the spit can help dentists check for a range of different diseases. The mouth swab procedure is completely non-invasive, there is no pain involved and …
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Romney's right: Obamacare does not include dental care
The American Dental Association estimates that about 3 million children will gain dental benefits as a result of this provision. There's nothing … “Organized dentistry flexed its muscles in 1965 to keep dentists out of the Medicare system,” The Wall …
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Green dentist striving to offer quality care
Cortesi said the practice was voted as the Beacon Journal's Best Dentist in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Cortesi received … He is a member of the American Dental Association and the Akron Dental Society and is a sponsor of the Special Olympics. Office hours …
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Greensboro dentist to be president of American Dental Association

Greensboro dentist to be president of American Dental Association
… for dental school graduates. He said the average debt is a staggering $ 226,000, compared to the average income last year of $ 192,000 for a general practitioner. He spoke recently about his profession and his plans as the American Dental Association …
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What's new in the mid-Hudson Valley business scene for Nov. 28
… is a member of numerous dental associations and serves as a manuscript reviewer for General Dentistry, the academy's bimonthly journal. He is active in the Ninth District Dental Association, a component of the New York and American Dental …
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Eye-Movement Therapy Effective in Dental Phobia
Many people have some fear of dental treatments, and between 2% to 4% of the general population has such paralyzing fear that they fit the diagnosis of dental phobia used in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of …
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Soda makers want to cut calories: But is diet really better?

Soda makers want to cut calories: But is diet really better?
“Full calorie or regularly sweetened beverage consumption is going down and has been going down in the last couple of years,” American Beverage Association spokesman Christopher Gindlesperger told CNN in June. “Our companies continue to innovate, … A …
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What your teeth are trying to tell you
Also, research from the Journal of the American Dental Association shows Vitamin D deficiencies in pregnant women can lead to tooth decay in their babies. For more information, contact: Larry Lieberman, DDS General, Cosmetic, and Laser Dentistry
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Action for Dental Health Stories: Community Dental Health Coordinators Help
The monthly The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) is the ADA's flagship publication and the best-read scientific journal in dentistry. For more information about the ADA, visit www.ada.org. For more information on oral health, including …
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Legislators Call on FDA to Study use of Plastic Microbeads in Toothpastes

Legislators Call on FDA to Study use of Plastic Microbeads in Toothpastes
Some dentists said the beads were getting stuck in people's teeth and gums, causing them to raise concerns about the potential for infections. Both Procter & Gamble and the American Dental Association (ADA) have maintained the products are safe for use.
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Achievements: UI faculty, staff, students, and alumni making news
Allareddy, V; Elangovan, S; Nalliah, RP; Chickmagalur, N; Allareddy, V: an article, "Pathways for foreign-trained dentists to pursue careers in the United States." J Dent Educ. … Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 2014 Oct;25(10):2335-41.
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Financial hurdles remain for dental care
Approximately 8.7 million children — and only about 800,000 adults — could gain extensive dental coverage through the ACA by 2018, according to the American Dental Association. The health care law requires dental coverage be an essential health …
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