soft deposits

soft deposits,

n the nonmineralized material such as plaque biofilm, proteins, cellular material, and food debris that accumulates on the teeth, surrounding tissues, and dental restorations. The presence of bacteria can lead to gingival tissue infections and dental abscesses.
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However, there remained no impact on memory or cognition, nor on the soft deposits in the heart's blood vessels.
When pre-heating was not performed, soft deposits were formed (Fig.
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The company offers buyers immediate financing for soft deposits, enabling them to sign contracts and close on properties.
This eliminates pigs with plow blades, which work well at removing soft deposits.
Dental plaque is defined as soft deposits that form a biofilm adhering to the tooth surface, removable and fixed restorations.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law House Bill 1354, legislation that updated the definition of the practice of dental hygiene to mean the performance of preventive, educational and therapeutic services including the removal of all hard and soft deposits and the stain from the human teeth to the depth of the gingival sulcus, polishing natural and restored surfaces of teeth, performing clinical examination of teeth and surrounding tissues for diagnosis by the dentist, and performing other procedures that may be delegated by the dentist, under the supervision of a licensed dentist.
Mr Webber said that investigations had shown that the early medieval builders had based the wall on boulders which they had sunk into the soft deposits.
After that some active cleaning methods (for example vibration) must be used for short time for removing soft deposits from tubes.
The company says its specialized tooling and job-specific design channels the flow itself into a powerful cleaning agent, blasting away both hard-scale and soft deposits with "zero risk" of bore erosion, and thus zero change to the pipeline's original commissioned dimensions and flow rate.
Dental hygiene services include the removal of all hard and soft deposits and the stain from the human teeth to the depth of the gingival sulcus, polishing natural and restored surfaces of teeth, performing clinical examination of teeth and surrounding tissues for diagnosis by the dentist, and performing other such procedures as may be delegated by the dentist, under the supervision of a licensed dentist.