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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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The restorers would also brief the audience on their respective projects and the technical process they went through during the treatment of paintings.
Although he will feature in the new series, the focus will be more on the restorers working for him.
And their hard work hasn't gone unnoticed after being nominated for the nal of the UK's Restorer of the Year, which will be held at the Practical Classics Restoration & Classic Car Show, at the NEC in Birmingham on Sunday.
Roy [17] identified 10 maintainer and four restorers of five exotic CMS lines while working with 33 local aromatic genotypes of Bangladesh.
In the next project, which will run until 2012, restorers will work on another pair of large angels, the ones used to cast the bronze sculptures that frame the altar at St.
With help from the Vatican Museums' research department, restorers devised a way to chemically reverse the oxidation process.
The mean squares for hybrids, CMS lines, restorers, CMS lines x restorers, and for their interactions with the environments were statistically significant at P = 0.05 or 0.01 for percentage plants with eggs and deadhearts, except environments x CMS lines x restorers for deadhearts (Table 2).
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage programme, a derelict principally fifteenth-century town house was painstakingly restored by the Danish Institute in Damascus after their acquisition of the house in 1997.A team of Danish and Syrian architects and restorers have returned it to its former glory and the process--including the building materials and construction techniques, painted decoration, ornamental tiles, historical context and reconstruction--has been thoroughly documented in the lavishly illustrated Bayt al-'Aqqad: The History and Restoration of a House in Old Damascus, edited by Peder Mortensen, Aarhus University Press, 2005, [euro]66.95.
It was dug up by Signpost Restoration Ltd, specialist restorers of cast-iron signposts and taken to their works at Lanercost in Cumbria as part of the pounds 2,000 conservation project.
Finding a restorer of porcelain or any ceramic is somewhat difficult and recommendations come by word of mouth as restorers tend to maintain their own client base within the antique trade.
After all, he had followed in the footsteps of prestigious restorers past and present--among them the nineteenth-century custodians of Florence's art treasures, who used the same acid on the David, to even greater effect.