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RESTORE

Cardiology A multicenter trial–Randomized Efficacy Study of Tirofiban for Outcomes and REstenosis–to evaluate Aggrastat in Pts with unstable angina or acute MIs post-angioplasty. See Tirofiban.

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Q. What are the opportunities to restore gums? My gum on the lower jaw gets less and less, opening the roots of my teeth. Is there any technology or recurement to stop it and, hopefully, draw back?

A. Treatment of receding gums start with treating the cause - improving overall oral hygiene, including brushing habits (too powerful brushing may damage the gums), as well as periodic tooth cleaning at the dentist.

More sever situation may necessitate treatments done by a dentist. Consulting one may be wise.

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"Almost more damage has been done to paintings by human intervention than by time and nature," says David Bull, a prominent New York--based restorer and former chairman of conservation at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
The master sometimes left his digital imprint on works as a kind of signature, restorers said in Rome.
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