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New Advances in Tooth Whitening and Dental ... - IneedCE.com

People have desired whiter and cleaner teeth throughout history. Current technology is designed to remove extrinsic and/or intrinsic stains depending on the specifics of the formulation and technique. Intrinsic staining is removed using carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. Toothwhitening can be achieved in-office or using a take-home or over-the-counter product. Toothwhitening gel utilizing aqueous cleaning technology, used as a pre-treatment, has demonstrated the ability to reduce the treatment time and as a pre-treatment and whitener to reduce sensitivity experienced during toothwhitening. Throughout history, people have devised ways to clean and whiten teeth. The earliest method, used as early as 5,000 years ago, utilized a primitive toothbrush-like tool, a sarwak, made by chewing on one end of a twig and fashioning it into a brush-like structure. Two thousand years ago, various tooth-cleaning formulations were used that included eggshells, ground bone, and ground seashells as the primary cleaning ingredients. At the beginning of the early industrial age, there was a switch to a greater reliance on charcoal, sand, and salt. In fact, hydrated silica (a refined derivative of sand) and calcium carbonate (a refined chalk) are still commonly used today as the primary cleaning agents in dentifrices. The primary ingredients in modern tooth bleaching agents were reported to be effective, and were in use, more than a century ago.1 These preparations included ingredients that were either analogs of hydrogen peroxide, other strong oxidizers, or acid. Today, more adults are retaining their teeth, as dental caries has declined due partly to the inclusion of fluoride in toothpastes. Periodontal disease treatment is now being addressed by a variety of therapeutic ingredients added into an increasing number of preparations. Moreover, dental science has evolved during the same time period, with dental implants, veneers, and other sophisticated cosmetic restorative materials commonly available. All these have spurred on even greater interest and demand for oral...

Informed Consent for Tooth Whitening Treatment - Robin K. Siman ...

This information has been given to me so that I can make an informed decision about having my teeth whitened. I may take as much time as I wish to make my decision about signing this informed consent form. I have the right to ask questions about any procedure before agreeing to undergo the procedure. My dentist has informed me that my teeth are discolored and could be treated by in-office whitening (also known as “bleaching”) of my teeth. In-office tooth whitening is a procedure designed to lighten the color of my teeth using a hydrogen peroxide gel. During the procedure, the whitening gel will be applied to my teeth for three (3), 15minute sessions. During the entire treatment, a plastic retractor will be placed in my mouth to help keep it open and the soft tissues of my mouth (i.e., my lips, gums, cheeks and tongue) will be covered to ensure they are not exposed to the gel. Lip balm may also be applied as needed and I will be provided eye protection. After the treatment is completed, the retractor and all gel and tissue coverings will be removed from my mouth. Before and after the treatment, the shade of my upper-front teeth will be assessed and recorded. I understand I may not decide not to have any treatment at all. However, should I decide to undergo the treatment, I understand there are alternative treatments for whitening my teeth for which my dentist can provide me additional information. These treatments include: Whitening Toothpastes/Gels Take-Home Whitening Kits Other In- office Whitening Treatments.

The Science Behind Zoom Whitening - Philips Oral Healthcare

Notes from Dr. Joerg Strate Head of Global Clinical Affairs Philips Consumer Lifestyle At Philips, we’re passionate about creating innovative products for a lifetime of better oral health, a commitment extending both to dental professionals and to their patients. By providing products that are clinically proven safe and effective, we ensure that clinicians are confident recommending them and their patients are satisfied with the experience. We have consistently raised the bar and set new industry standards. The newest addition to our portfolio continues this tradition. Zoom is a widely recognized technology and is the #1 patientrequested professional whitening brand in the United States. The results are clinically validated, the technology is safe and reliable and the variety of formulas offers a range of options from which practices and patients may choose. And because every in-office Zoom treatment is performed by a dental professional, patients can rest assured that it is safe and appropriate for their specific oral needs. Philips Zoom is another part of the oral health equation that includes Philips Sonicare. Our innovative sonic technology has inspired patients around the world to take control of their oral health. Whitening patients tend to be more conscious of their oral hygiene, and a positive, comfortable whitening experience strengthens the bond between patient and dental professional. The advanced formulas of our take-home whitening products are clinically proven to improve enamel smoothness and luster, and our innovative lighting technology is taking light-activated whitening to new levels of clinical excellence: truly a bright future for Philips Zoom. The studies presented in this booklet focus equally on the safety and efficacy of Zoom to provide a convincing example of our ongoing commitment to independently conducted clinical research.

Tooth Whitening Systems
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Why do my teeth have stains and discolorations? Most stains are caused by age, tobacco, coffee, or tea. Other types of stains can be caused by antibiotics, such as tetracycline; or too much fluoride. What treatments are used for stained teeth? Ask your oral health care professional about tooth-whitening options. They include a number of over-the-counter whitening systems, whitening toothpastes, and the latest hightech option--laser tooth whitening. For maximum whitening, experts agree that peroxide is usually the way to go. Supervised bleaching procedures that are done in-office and at-home have become among the most popular treatment options. In some cases, the procedure is performed entirely in the office, using a light or heat source to speed up the bleaching process. In other cases, an oral health care professional gets the procedure started during an office visit and then gives you what you need to complete it at home. Still another popular procedure is one that you complete entirely at home. At-home procedures, sometimes called nightguard vital bleaching, consist of placing a bleaching solution, usually a peroxide mixture, in a tray (nightguard) that has been custom fitted for your mouth by an oral health care professional. The bleaching solutions may vary in potency and may be worn for an hour, or throughout the night. Your oral health care professional can advise you on the appropriate type of application and the length of time needed to whiten your teeth, based on the severity of tooth discoloration and your specific needs.

General Information Concerning Patents - United States Patent and ...

Contents Functions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office......................................................... 1 What Are Patents, Trademarks, Servicemarks, and Copyrights? .................................................. 1 What Is a Patent? ............................................................................................................................ 1 What Is a Copyright? .................................................................................................................. 2 Patent Laws ..................................................................................................................................... 2 What Can Be Patented .................................................................................................................... 2 Novelty And Non-Obviousness, Conditions For Obtaining A Patent ............................................ 3 The United States Patent And Trademark Office ........................................................................... 3 General Information and Correspondence ...................................................................................... 5 Public Search Facility and Patent and Trademark Depository Libraries ........................................ 6 Provisional Application for Patent .................................................................................................. 8 Independent Inventor Resources ..................................................................................................... 8 Who May Apply For A Patent ........................................................................................................ 8 Application For Patent .................................................................................................................... 9 Non-Provisional Application for a Patent ................................................................................... 9 Provisional Application for a Patent ......................................................................................... 10 Publication of Patent Applications............................................................................................ 11 File Your Application Electronicly Using EFS-Web ................................................................... 11 Oath or Declaration, Signature ..................................................................................................... 12 Filing, Search, and Examination Fees........................................................................................... 13 Specification (Description and Claims) ........................................................................................ 13 Drawing......................................................................................................................................... 15 Standards for Drawings............................................................................................................. 15 Models, Exhibits, And Specimens ............................................................................................ 20 Examination of Applications and Proceedings in the ................................................................... 20 United States Patent and Trademark Office.................................................................................. 20 Restrictions ............................................................................................................................... 21 Office Action ............................................................................................................................ 21 Applicant’s Reply ..................................................................................................................... 21 Final Rejection .......................................................................................................................... 21 Amendments to Application ..................................................................................................... 22

The 7 Things to Remember When Relocating Your Business

http://www.shleppers.com/commercial/standard-office-moving/| Moving in itself is a lot to handle, not to mention when it’s your business that needs to be relocated. We have assembled a checklist to remind you of all the things you need to know when moving your company.

C-Class - Mercedes-Benz USA
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Order no. 6515079413 Part no. 2045843383 Edition A 2014 C-Class É2045843383ÁËÍ 2045843383 Symbols Registered trademarks: i Practical tips or further information that RBluetooth® X is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc. RDTS is a registered trademark of DTS, Inc. RDolby and MLP are registered trademarks of DOLBY Laboratories. RBabySmart™, ESP® and PRE-SAFE® are registered trademarks of Daimler AG. RHomeLink® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls. RiPod® and iTunes® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. RLogic7® is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries. RMicrosoft® and Windows media® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. RSIRIUS is a registered trademark of Sirius XM Radio Inc. RHD Radio is a registered trademark of iBiquity Digital Corporation. RGracenote® is a registered trademark of Gracenote, Inc. RZAGATSurvey® and related brands are registered trademarks of ZagatSurvey, LLC. In this Operator's Manual you will find the following symbols: could be helpful to you. This symbol indicates an instruction that must be followed. Several of these symbols in X succession indicate an instruction with several steps. (Y page) This symbol tells you where you can find more information about a topic. This symbol indicates a warning or YY an instruction that is continued on the next page. Display This font indicates a display in the multifunction display/COMAND display. Parts of the software in the vehicle are protected by copyright © 2005 The FreeType Project http://www.freetype.org. All rights reserved. Publication details Internet Further information about Mercedes-Benz vehicles and about Daimler AG can be found on the following websites: http://www.mbusa.com (USA only) http://www.mercedes-benz.ca (Canada only) Editorial office ©Daimler AG: Not to be reprinted, translated or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, without written permission from Daimler AG. Vehicle manufacturer Daimler AG Mercedesstraße 137 70327 Stuttgart Germany G WARNING Warning notes make you aware dangers which could pose a threat to your health or life, or to the health and life of others. H Environmental note Environmental notes provide you with information on environmentally aware actions or disposal. ! Notes on material damage alert you to dangers that could lead to damage to your vehicle. As at 15.11.2012 Welcome to the world of Mercedes-Benz We urge you to read this Operator's Manual carefully and familiarize yourself with the vehicle before driving. For your own safety and a longer vehicle life, follow the instructions and warning notices in this manual. Ignoring them could result in damage to the vehicle or personal injury to you or others. Vehicle damage caused by failure to follow instructions is not covered by the MercedesBenz Limited Warranty. The equipment or product designation of your vehicle may vary depending on: RModel ROrder RCountry specification RAvailability Mercedes-Benz therefore reserves the right to introduce changes in the following areas: RDesign REquipment RTechnical features The equipment in your vehicle may therefore differ from that shown in the descriptions and illustrations.

Solar Powered Refrigeration for Transport Application - Sandia ...

A feasibility study was conducted to determine if solar power could be used to offset or eliminate the diesel fuel powered refrigeration systems currently used in transport applications. This study focused on the technical feasibility and economic viability of solar for this application. A target application was selected and a moderately detailed mathematical model was constructed to predict the performance of the system based on hourly solar insolation and temperature data in four U.S. cities. An economic analysis is presented comparing the use of solar photovoltaics vs. diesel for this application. Issued by Sandia National Laboratories, operated for the United States Department of Energy by Sandia Corporation. NOTICE: This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States Government. Neither the United States Government, nor any agency thereof, nor any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees, make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represent that its use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government, any agency thereof, or any of their contractors or subcontractors. The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, any agency thereof, or any of their contractors. Printed in the United States of America. This report has been reproduced directly from the best available copy. Available to DOE and DOE contractors from U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information P.O. Box 62 Oak Ridge, TN 37831 Telephone: (865)576-8401 Facsimile: (865)576-5728 E-Mail: reports@adonis.osti.gov Online ordering: http://www.doe.gov/bridge Available to the public from U.S. Department of Commerce National Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Rd Springfield, VA 22161 Telephone: (800)553-6847 Facsimile: (703)605-6900 E-Mail: orders@ntis.fedworld.gov Online order: http://www.ntis.gov/ordering.htm

HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE (11-04-07 ...

The PUPIL CONTRACTS and CUT TO: 1 INT. MINISTRY OF MAGIC - ATRIUM - WIDER ANGLE - DAY 1 To find... HARRY POTTER, standing numbly beside ALBUS DUMBLEDORE amidst a MOB of REPORTERS. CAMERAS FLASH. Dumbledore’s hand finds his shoulder and Harry is moving, drifting through the chaos, Dumbledore protective, graceful, dignified. CLOSEUP - HARRY’S GLASSES His eyes dart from side to side. abstraction. We -- The lenses glimmer with DISSOLVE INTO: 2 EXT. LONDON OFFICE BUILDING - CONFERENCE ROOM - DAY 2 ... glass, a window, its surface prickling with another kind of ambient light. We are looking INTO a conference room where office workers sit around a table. But the light has caught one worker’s eye, then another, and soon they are all rising, stepping to the window, mesmerized by what lies beyond. (CONTINUED) 2 HARRY POTTER... HALF-BLOOD PRINCE - Rev. 11/6/07 CONTINUED: 2. 2 WORKERS’ POV - LONDON SKYLINE Blood-red and stormy. A VORTEX of CLOUDS -- strangely ominous -- hangs high in the sky, flashing from within, as if about to rain blood over the city. We -CUT INTO: THE STORM itself and... ... PLUMMET, London expanding, stretching out on all sides. We SWEEP madly OVER Charing Cross, leaving the Muggle world behind and SWOOP INTO... 3 EXT. DIAGON ALLEY - DAY 3 ... Diagon Alley just as the front window of OLLIVANDER’S WAND SHOP EXPLODES. Witches and wizards flee. In the drifting smoke, DEATH EATERS appear, accompanied by a tall, sinewy beast of a man, FENRIR GREYBACK. With a casual sweep of his hand he sends a wizard flying and a witch screams. In deep b.g., two Death Eaters abduct a SHROUDED FIGURE (Ollivander). Greyback grins, then APPARATES, along with the others... ... leaving Diagon Alley behind. The streets of London appear below once more, and then the river. Black trails -- the Death Eaters -- streak across the sky and then turn TRANSLUCENT as they encircle the MILLENNIUM BRIDGE. Pedestrians peer upward, bewildered, sensing a shift in the atmosphere. And then... The BRIDGE CRUMBLES into the THAMES, the image horrifyingly beautiful, as is the SOUND of it, a ROAR, a wail, the last cry of a lion. Then the image begins to FADE and all goes slowly SILENT, until only a WHISTLING WIND is heard and... 4

HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE screenplay

Aug 28, 2007 ... screenplay by Steve Kloves based on the novel by J.K. Rowling This script is the confidential and proprietary property of Warner Bros. Pictures and no portion of it may be performed, distributed, reproduced, used, quoted or published without prior written permission. WARNER BROS. PICTURES INC. 4000 Warner Boulevard Burbank, California 91522 August 28, 2007 © 2007 WARNER BROS. ENT. All Rights Reserved HARRY POTTER... HALF-BLOOD PRINCE - Rev. 11/6/07 1. DARKNESS. THUNDER -- or something like it -- sounds in the distance. BOOM. Then again. BOOM. We GLIDE THROUGH the inky blackness. Ambient flashes illuminate the silhouette of the WB LOGO. We PASS THROUGH. INTO more darkness. Lost. More FLASHES. And we -CUT TO: A SINGLE EYE Blank behind glasses. we -- FLASH! The PUPIL CONTRACTS and CUT TO: ... INT. MINISTRY OF MAGIC - ATRIUM - WIDER ANGLE - DAY 1 To find... HARRY POTTER, standing numbly beside ALBUS DUMBLEDORE amidst a MOB of REPORTERS. CAMERAS FLASH. Dumbledore’s hand finds his shoulder and Harry is moving, drifting through the chaos, Dumbledore protective, graceful, dignified. CLOSEUP - HARRY’S GLASSES His eyes dart from side to side. abstraction. We -- The lenses glimmer with DISSOLVE INTO: 2 EXT. LONDON OFFICE BUILDING - CONFERENCE ROOM - DAY 2 ... glass, a window, its surface prickling with another kind of ambient light. We are looking INTO a conference room where office workers sit around a table. But the light has caught one worker’s eye, then another, and soon they are all rising, stepping to the window, mesmerized by what lies beyond. (CONTINUED)

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