Gums – Teeth Whitening Ireland http://teethwhiteningireland.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 12:57:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1.png Gums – Teeth Whitening Ireland http://teethwhiteningireland.com/ 32 32 Dr. Pranathi Reddy discusses the impact of oral health on overall health https://teethwhiteningireland.com/dr-pranathi-reddy-discusses-the-impact-of-oral-health-on-overall-health/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 12:57:02 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/dr-pranathi-reddy-discusses-the-impact-of-oral-health-on-overall-health/ Dr. Pranathi Reddy is a board-certified oral surgeon with experience in facial deformities and reconstruction, as well as general maxillofacial surgical procedures. In the following article, Dentist Panathi Reddy explains how keeping a healthy mouth is often overlooked as a cause of other health issues, and how healthy dental habits are the key to staying […]]]>

Dr. Pranathi Reddy is a board-certified oral surgeon with experience in facial deformities and reconstruction, as well as general maxillofacial surgical procedures. In the following article, Dentist Panathi Reddy explains how keeping a healthy mouth is often overlooked as a cause of other health issues, and how healthy dental habits are the key to staying healthy.

If the eyes are the window to the soul, oral health is the window to overall health.
Pranathi Reddy explains that practicing good oral hygiene means more than just helping out at the dentist’s office. It can mean the difference between a healthy life and a life that faces a litany of health issues.

The risk of dying from a heart attack doubles in people with gum disease. Infections caused by cavities can spread throughout the body in ways that could even be fatal according to oral surgeon Panathi Reddy.

Good oral health prevents disease and poor oral health leads to it. The general health of a person greatly depends on the health of the gums and teeth.

The eye-opening Healthy People 2020 project outlined 10 of the key factors in overall health, and oral health was cited along with nutrition, access to healthcare and heart disease. Livelihoods are influenced by oral health in ways that some may find surprising, says dentist Panathi Reddy.

The study notes that good oral health is linked to a positive human community and financial well-being. One-third of low-income adults in American Dental Association Health Policy Institute studies say their oral health affects job interviews.

What is even clearer is the link between oral care and life-changing or life-threatening diseases. The National Institutes of Health reports that over 90% of all common illnesses have some form of oral symptom.

Rates of cancers of the mouth and pharynx (in the middle of the neck) skyrocket in people with poor oral hygiene.

Diseases that have been shown to be linked to oral health include:

Stroke, lung and heart disease

Dr. Pranathi Reddy explains that dental plaque is a form of bacteria and when it forms it can be dangerous to your lungs and heart. Bacterial endocarditis, when the lining of the heart is enlarged, is linked to this dental plaque.

People with periodontal disease are at a similar risk of stroke, as well as pneumonia when oral bacteria drift into the lungs.

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, people are about twice as likely to have heart disease if they also have gum disease, especially severe periodontitis.

In addition to endocarditis, people with poor oral health are more likely to develop different forms of cardiovascular disease that are increasingly linked to gum inflammation and infections.

Oral surgeon Pranathi ReddyDiabetes

Diabetes alone can lead to other health problems, including kidney failure, blindness, and heart disease.

Panathi Reddy, a dentist, says those with blood sugar control issues often develop gum disease and lose teeth much more frequently than those without blood sugar issues. Resistance to infection is reduced in people with diabetes, which makes the gums more vulnerable.

Pregnancy complications

Gum disease is a factor in conditions such as low birth weight and premature birth, with studies showing that pregnant women with gum disease may be seven times more likely than average to have gum disease. premature birth.

Extremely high levels of the chemical prostaglandin, which induces labor, are a hallmark of periodontal disease.

The earlier an oral health problem is treated, the better. Regular oral care, including brushing twice a day and flossing daily, goes a long way to maintaining a healthy mouth between dental visits.

And visiting the dentist at least twice a year for cleanings is a must, even if one does a good job of maintaining good oral hygiene. During cleanings, professionals can rid the mouth of missing plaque at home. Dr. Pranathi Reddy says tartar is effectively removed in a professional setting and a powerful toothbrush removes debris that may have been forgotten at home.

Fluoride treatments are additional approaches to oral health. Fluoride is a very effective way to prevent cavities and strengthen tooth enamel, which helps fight acid and bacteria damage on a daily basis.

Gum infections and dental abscesses may need to be treated with prescription antibiotics to fight infections. These come in the form of rinses, topical gels, or tablets.

Probiotics are a new way to improve oral health. Recent research shows that gums and teeth can benefit from the healthy bacteria in probiotics. Probiotics have been shown to decrease gum disease inflammation, eliminate bad breath, and prevent plaque.
Ultimately, good oral health requires daily diligence.

Along with cleaning at home and at the dentist, Dr. Pranathi Reddy says oral health problems can be prevented by limiting high-sugar drinks and snacks, not smoking, and following a low-carb diet. fat and high in fiber, especially vegetables and fruit.

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Free dental care wins a vote – Grant will give homeowners a reason to smile, but poor people with bleeding gums can rot? https://teethwhiteningireland.com/free-dental-care-wins-a-vote-grant-will-give-homeowners-a-reason-to-smile-but-poor-people-with-bleeding-gums-can-rot/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 06:34:37 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/free-dental-care-wins-a-vote-grant-will-give-homeowners-a-reason-to-smile-but-poor-people-with-bleeding-gums-can-rot/ Grant’s default stance of caution ruled out free dental care in the public health care system. This is a tragic mistake politically and morally. Sure, the billion-dollar price tag for bringing dental care into public health care is steep, but dental care should never have been excluded from public health coverage in the first place. […]]]>

Grant’s default stance of caution ruled out free dental care in the public health care system.

This is a tragic mistake politically and morally.

Sure, the billion-dollar price tag for bringing dental care into public health care is steep, but dental care should never have been excluded from public health coverage in the first place.

For every dollar spent on free dental care, you save $1.60.

This will actually save the government money in the long run!

It would also bring hundreds of thousands of toothache sufferers to the polls, no matter how pissed they are at Jacinda and Covid.

Integrating dental care into the free public health care system makes economic, political sense, and more importantly, it is immoral to spend $1 billion a year on government consultants and not spend an equal amount on a medical necessity. public health like dental care!

Grant could pump billions into banks and real estate speculators, but can’t do anything about the bleeding gums of our inequality?

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Instead of saying no, Grant should enthusiastically say yes and explain to voters that a vote for Labor is a vote for immediate free dental care WHILE imposing a sugar tax on soft drinks to provide direct funding .

Shrugging and saying there are other health priorities is no solution, it’s more a show of Labour’s political prudence than political leadership.

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Werribee River included in waterways funding https://teethwhiteningireland.com/werribee-river-included-in-waterways-funding/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 05:50:11 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/werribee-river-included-in-waterways-funding/ By Fatima Hallum Werribee Riverkeeper John Forrester has welcomed the state government’s decision to introduce additional planning controls on the Werribee River, after the waterway was initially overlooked. A November 11 announcement said a re-elected Labor government would introduce planning controls to protect “12 key rivers and streams”, including the Maribyrnong River, Kororoit Creek and […]]]>

By Fatima Hallum

Werribee Riverkeeper John Forrester has welcomed the state government’s decision to introduce additional planning controls on the Werribee River, after the waterway was initially overlooked.

A November 11 announcement said a re-elected Labor government would introduce planning controls to protect “12 key rivers and streams”, including the Maribyrnong River, Kororoit Creek and Cherry Creek, but not the Werribee River.

Mr Forrester said the organization was “very disappointed” to learn that the 110-kilometre waterway was not initially mentioned and was “alarmed by the possible outcomes” posed by the exclusion.

“The Werribee watershed is home to some of the fastest growing urban developments with our two main municipalities [Wyndham and Melton],” he said.

“In recent years, we have discovered the value of these waterways.

“If we allow development to occur without modern changes to planning laws, we will end up with…buildings within 30 meters of the waterway, developers [would have] the right to alter the shape of waterways [and] they or they [could] flood the red gums of the rivers to make lakes, and the red gums of the rivers would die.

Star Weekly has since been informed that the Werribee River will now enjoy the same protections as the 12 waterways originally mentioned.

“Werribee is a growing suburb and a great place for families to live, work and relax, which is why we’re making sure the Werribee River is healthy, thriving and has plenty of green space now and in the future”, Werribee MP Tim Pallas told.

“Local community groups are doing important work to maintain and protect the precious environment along our Werribee River – this funding will ensure they have the tools and resources they need to do the job.”

Mr Forrester said ‘we desperately need good waterways for our future’ and future generations deserve unpolluted rivers, protected wildlife and open spaces.

“This planning will ensure that in the future children can see wildlife and people will have a healthier river and…in times of stress they can use the river as a public place to visit,” he said. declared.

Mr Forrester said the funding will also give the Werribee River Association the ability to better protect the dwindling platypus population of the waterway.

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Midlife transitions and oral health https://teethwhiteningireland.com/midlife-transitions-and-oral-health/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 06:07:32 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/midlife-transitions-and-oral-health/ The endocrine system is a hard worker. It is a set of glands that produce hormones regulating sleep, mood, metabolism, growth, tissues and sexual function. The main glands of the endocrine system are the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid and parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, thymus, ovaries and testicles. Common diseases of the endocrine system […]]]>

The endocrine system is a hard worker. It is a set of glands that produce hormones regulating sleep, mood, metabolism, growth, tissues and sexual function. The main glands of the endocrine system are the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid and parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, thymus, ovaries and testicles.

Common diseases of the endocrine system include type 1 and type 2 diabetes, Cushing’s and Addison’s disease, osteoporosis, and thyroid disorders. One way to understand the endocrine system is to think of it as the nervous system. The nervous system uses neurotransmitters to communicate and the endocrine system uses hormones.

For women, estrogen is considered the main regulator. Estrogen is not a single hormone. There are three subtypes: estradiol, estriol and estrone. Estradiol is made by the ovaries during the reproductive years; estriol is mainly produced during pregnancy; and estrone is the most predominant estrogen in postmenopausal women. Estrone is made by adipose fat rather than the ovaries. Estrone is not as potent as estradiol, which causes imbalances and symptoms.


Also by Anne O. Rice:

Salivary diagnosis: The 411

Do you really know what oral-systemic means?


Ask most women over 50 and they’ll tell you that during perimenopause and menopause, the decrease in hormones, estrogen, and progesterone causes an imbalance in the body that’s hard to ignore. This includes hot flashes, night sweats, lack of sleep, and a host of other alterations.

But female hormones do much more for a woman’s overall health than these inconvenient truths. The biochemical function of hormones promotes good cardiovascular health, protects bone density and regulates respiratory function. With all the relationships between hormones and overall health, are we missing a connection to oral health?

Xerostomia

The most prominent oral discomfort in postmenopausal women is dry mouth or xerostomia. Some women also complain of burning mouth syndrome and altered taste buds. Occasionally, episodes of oral lichen planus may arise.1

Progesterone and estrogen levels seem to be associated with this dry mouth. Not only is there a reduction in salivary flow, but also in its composition. When cortisol levels increase in saliva, it changes the composition of saliva; a 2012 study looking at salivary cortisol levels was checked against dry mouth in postmenopausal women and found a direct relationship.2 It is good for all patients to be on the lookout for symptoms of dry mouth, but it is especially warranted for women going through menopause.

Burning mouth syndrome (BMS)

This syndrome is diagnosed by exclusion after excluding a pathological lesion, vitamin deficiencies, systemic disease such as type 2 diabetes, anemia or hypothyroidism, and autoimmune conditions such as lichen planus or Sjögren’s disease. Medications used for high blood pressure and heart failure such as lisinopril or other ACE inhibitors can cause WNS. If it happens suddenly three to 12 years after menopause, the cause may be just that. Unfortunately, hormone replacement therapy does not seem to help these patients. Antidepressants can be useful for neuropathic pain as well as anticonvulsants such as gabapentin.

This is a conversation you should suggest the patient have with their doctor. BMS can occur with depression and anxiety, but the details of the relationship are unclear.3 Concerns about anxiolytics that calm nerve fibers include dependence and the risk of falling in the elderly, which limits their value. When cortisol levels are high as they are with stress, burning mouth is another problem that can occur.4

mucosa

Menopausal gingivostomatitis occurs when the gums are dry, shiny and bleed easily. Erasers can vary in color from pale red to dark red. There may also be signs of candidiasis, pemphigus vulgaris, benign mucous pemphigoid, and lichen planus. Autoimmune diseases increase after menopause. Topical antifungal agents such as nystatin may provide relief, depending on the mucosal disorder.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD)

Women are twice as likely to develop TMD, and some research suggests the condition may be influenced by hormonal changes.5 Low estrogen levels during menopause predispose TMJ to degeneration and increase alveolar bone loss.6 The effects of estrogen and TMD have been contradictory. However, findings from recent years suggest that low estrogen levels may potentiate certain types of TMD. Menopause is the most common cause of osteoporosis, resulting in reduced bone quality, but the roles of osteoporosis and TMJ bone changes are controversial.7-9

Periodontal disease and bone loss

The American Academy of Periodontology considers osteoporosis a risk factor for periodontal disease. Oral-systemic health is not only what pathogens can do to the body, it is also what the body’s systems can do to the mouth. Osteoporosis affects both men and women of all races, but white and Asian women and older women past menopause are more prone. Bisphosphonates are a group of drugs that are prescribed to help women with their osteoporosis. A side effect is blood loss to the bones, which can cause necrosis.

Here is the double-edged sword: the administration of bisphosphonates in conjunction with scaling and root planing has been shown to be clinically effective.ten Our immune system is one of the most complex systems we have, and as we age, immune activity decreases. Reduced estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone have been attributed to some extent to a decline in immune function, and aging makes us more susceptible to infectious disease.11.12 For example, 10-15% of women over 60 suffer from an increased frequency of urinary tract infections, and this is partly due to changes in the defense system of the urogenital tract. Low estrogen production after menopause has been associated with increased production of interleukin 1 (IL-1), IL-6, IL-8, IL-10, and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF1α).13 Then add the compromise of the immune system to fight off periodontal pathogens, and a perfect storm of disease awaits you.

From puberty to postmenopause, each patient’s oral health may be different. Female hormones and their effects can mark transformations in oral health that clinicians need to be aware of to differentiate treatment and recommendations. Six thousand women go through menopause every day, or two million a year. I suspect there are a few in your practice, or perhaps in your own family, who would benefit from a better understanding of their systemic health.

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the November 2022 print edition of HDR magazine. Dental hygienists in North America are eligible for a free print subscription. Register here.

References

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Slate Dental launches Slate electric dental flosser https://teethwhiteningireland.com/slate-dental-launches-slate-electric-dental-flosser/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 20:17:11 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/slate-dental-launches-slate-electric-dental-flosser/ The first electronic flosser to make flossing easier and more efficient will be launched on November 18, 2022 by Slate Dental. Designed by a dentist, the Slate Electric Flosser is breakthrough technology that helps users improve their oral health by addressing the critical need to access hard-to-reach areas between teeth that electronic-based flossing tools of […]]]>



The first electronic flosser to make flossing easier and more efficient will be launched on November 18, 2022 by Slate Dental.

Designed by a dentist, the Slate Electric Flosser is breakthrough technology that helps users improve their oral health by addressing the critical need to access hard-to-reach areas between teeth that electronic-based flossing tools of water are difficult to access.

Cody W. uses the Slate Electronic Flosser which has 12,000 sound vibrations per minute, stimulates the gums and cleans the tongue.

“Water-based electronic flossers are easy to use, but they’re only effective at accessing the outer parts of teeth, missing key problem areas.” said dentist Dr. Danny Snyder, co-founder and inventor of the Slate Electric Flosser. “By combining real, high-quality dental floss with unique, powerful vibration technology and our patent-pending Gum Sweeps, we’re making it easier for consumers to floss, while reaching hard-to-reach areas of the mouth. ”

Tested by over 500 registered dental hygienists in the United States, Slate Dental’s electric dental flosser was rated by 73% as better than anything on the market.

The Slate Electric Flosser’s innovative flosser head vibrates at 12,000 sonic vibrations per minute, allowing high-quality floss to glide easily through tight teeth and into problem areas. The patent-pending Gum Sweeps uniquely contours each tooth, massages, stimulates and cleans gums to help remove plaque, bacteria and other food particles that lead to tooth decay and gum disease.

On the back of each flosser head is an anatomically shaped 3-blade tongue scraper. It is perfectly designed to remove all unwanted particles, eliminating up to 30% more odor-causing bacteria than a toothbrush.

Line heads are designed to be used multiple times and are easily replaceable. Compared to floss heads or single-use toothpicks, Slate floss heads can prevent nearly 700 toothpicks from reaching landfill each year, making it good for your teeth and for your health. environment.

The Slate Electric Flosser also provides orthodontic floss heads, designed for use by people with braces.

The orthodontic flosser head has backing sweeps that easily pass between brace flosses to clean gums, teeth and braces, which is difficult with traditional flossers and very messy with electronic-based flossers. water.

The Slate Electric Flosser can be purchased for $79.99 directly from the Slate Dental website at www.slateflosser.com.

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Nike Air Huarache Wheat DQ8031-100 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/nike-air-huarache-wheat-dq8031-100/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 21:33:02 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/nike-air-huarache-wheat-dq8031-100/ Introduced earlier this fall, the Nike Air Huarache Craft is expected to arrive in 2023. Its debut lineup so far is comprised of different colorways – “Ocean Bliss”, “White/Gum” and “Triple Black”, to name a few. only a little – with more to appear over the next few months. And although expected to land in […]]]>

Introduced earlier this fall, the Nike Air Huarache Craft is expected to arrive in 2023. Its debut lineup so far is comprised of different colorways – “Ocean Bliss”, “White/Gum” and “Triple Black”, to name a few. only a little – with more to appear over the next few months. And although expected to land in the spring, the silhouette is inspired by the previous season with its latest option: “Wheat”.

Similar to its aforementioned counterparts, the Nike Air Huarache Craft “Wheat” primarily relies on its titular color. The tan hue dresses up both suede and synthetic materials, complementing the gum bottom as well as the slightly lighter finish to the midsole and mesh overlays. Hints of purple, while subtle, are also present, highlighting the branding on the heel as well as the insole.

For a closer look at this upcoming Air Huarache Craft, check out the official images below. These are currently set to release in 2023, with a firm date expected to surface soon.

In other news, the full Pokemon PUMA collection has just been revealed.

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Start your Black Friday early with this AquaSonic Black Series toothbrush on sale https://teethwhiteningireland.com/start-your-black-friday-early-with-this-aquasonic-black-series-toothbrush-on-sale/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/start-your-black-friday-early-with-this-aquasonic-black-series-toothbrush-on-sale/ We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff and does not necessarily reflect their opinions. Whatever the reason, be it stress, time, money or just plain laziness, your oral hygiene has taken a hit in the worst possible way. There’s still time, and your teeth haven’t […]]]>

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Whatever the reason, be it stress, time, money or just plain laziness, your oral hygiene has taken a hit in the worst possible way. There’s still time, and your teeth haven’t fallen out of your head in protest yet, and you’re really going to need them to stay put. Fix your dental health in a way you’ve never tried before with this AquaSonic Black Series toothbrush and travel case with eight Dupont brush heads.

If you’re looking for a smile that will impress your dentist, you need the AquaSonic Black Series toothbrush. AquaSonic removes ten times more plaque effectively than the average manual toothbrush, making it a great buy for you, the kids, your partner, or accounting Mary who has little personal space (or ability to measure garlic ).

The 40,000 VPM motor is perfect for helping to dissolve stains on your teeth that can come from things like food, smoke or coffee, while whitening at the same time, so your smile can shine brighter than your toothbrush. change after saving all that money. veneers.

The brush also has a ton of modes, including gentle, whitening, massage, and cleansing, so you still have the look and feel you crave from a toothbrush while not spending a ton on dental work. or alternative whiting methods. Speaking of which, the AquaSonic Black Series toothbrush also improves your gum health in as little as a week, alleviating the need to make that weird half-shocked face every time you see blood in the sink coming from weak gums.

When you need to store it, a carrying case is included, perfect for on-the-go use. That way, you’ll never be without a toothbrush, a mouth with clean teeth, and the assurance that you won’t be running around looking for pharmacies in a foreign city at 2 a.m.

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Periodontal Therapeutics Market Size Share Trends Demand Growth and Competitive Analysis Insights 2022-2029 | DataM Intelligence https://teethwhiteningireland.com/periodontal-therapeutics-market-size-share-trends-demand-growth-and-competitive-analysis-insights-2022-2029-datam-intelligence/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 22:15:30 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/periodontal-therapeutics-market-size-share-trends-demand-growth-and-competitive-analysis-insights-2022-2029-datam-intelligence/ The periodontal therapy market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.60% during the forecast period 2022-2029. Market Overview: The periodontal therapy market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.60% during the forecast period 2022-2029. According to Priority Exploration, the global red biotechnology market size is expected to reach approximately US$510 billion […]]]>

The periodontal therapy market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.60% during the forecast period 2022-2029.

Market Overview:

The periodontal therapy market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.60% during the forecast period 2022-2029. According to Priority Exploration, the global red biotechnology market size is expected to reach approximately US$510 billion by 2027, from an estimated US$322 billion in 2022. The North America region holds the largest market share high in the red biotechnology market, and it continues its dominance during the forecast period.

Our research report gives a broad perception of the latest trends and development prospects of market analysis, detailed analysis of segmentation, volume, size, share, growth drivers and opportunities in the market. The detailed regional and country-level illustration of the competitive landscape depends on several phases and the status of Clinical Trials in the world’s major economies, and the report also contains a number of major companies profiled in the relevant market.

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Market dynamics:

The use of elective oral cleanliness items is believed to hinder the development of the market.

While careful mediations and non-careful treatment have been the most widely used periodontal treatment techniques in the world, adjuvant treatments are still at an early stage of application. Additionally, the oral wellness industry is changing rapidly with oral cleanliness items dwindling in the range of oral wellness. The advance of toothpastes and gels will probably cause the use of therapeutics to drop. Additionally, these non-therapeutic items are likely to work on the overall oral well-being of clients, reducing the risk of periodontal disease over a long period of time. An unusually shaped toothpaste with utility cases to recover draining gums, work on the seal between teeth and gums and help with gum disease is raising a ruckus all over town. Mouth cleaning agents to help freshen breath and reduce mouth microorganisms are another classification drawing of key elements being developed for oral wellness.

For example, a germicidal mouthwash based on chlorhexidine gluconate is widely recommended by dental specialists to prevent or reduce the risk of periodontal disease and as a post-treatment adjuvant.

Market segmentation :

By type

Gingivitis

Chronic periodontitis

Aggressive periodontitis

Necrotizing periodontal disease

Per treatment

Routine antibiotics

Doxycycline

Minocycline

Metronidazole

By distribution channel

Hospitals Pharmacies

Retail pharmacies

Pharmacies

E-commerce

Main companies covered:

Kraken Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd, OraPharma Inc, Colgate-Palmolive, Xttrium Laboratories, Inc., Medicom, Pfizer Inc, 3M, Den-Mat Holdings LLC, Dexcel Pharma, Bausch Health (Valeant).

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Slow start condemns Nicholls to defeat at Lamar – Crescent City Sports https://teethwhiteningireland.com/slow-start-condemns-nicholls-to-defeat-at-lamar-crescent-city-sports/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 21:00:44 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/slow-start-condemns-nicholls-to-defeat-at-lamar-crescent-city-sports/ BEAUMONT, Texas — The Nicholls State University football team trailed by two touchdowns in the first half against Lamar and the Cardinals will never give up the lead as the Colonels suffered a 24-17 loss on Saturday after noon at Provost Umphrey Stadium. Despite the slow start, Nicholls had a chance to take a fourth […]]]>

BEAUMONT, Texas — The Nicholls State University football team trailed by two touchdowns in the first half against Lamar and the Cardinals will never give up the lead as the Colonels suffered a 24-17 loss on Saturday after noon at Provost Umphrey Stadium.

Despite the slow start, Nicholls had a chance to take a fourth quarter lead behind 21-17 and could still force overtime after a field goal from Lamar. But the Colonels failed on a short fourth down late in the game, then gave up a long run on 3rd and 10th that allowed Lamar to run out of time.

With the loss, Nicholls slipped to 2-7 on aggregate and 2-2 in Southland while Lamar picked up his first win of the season. The Cardinals ended a seven-game series drought and snapped a 15-game losing streak that stretched back to the start of last season.

The Colonels struggled to slow Khalan Griffin as he rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns. Neither team scored in the first period before Griffin hit one to give Lamar a 7-0 lead in the second. Then, the Cardinal defense scored on a 55-yard interception return by Aaron King on a pass from Kohen Granier.

Nicholls rebuilt a practice but had to settle for a Gavin Lasseigne field goal before intermission.

The momentum shifted to the reds and grays in the first drive of the third when Granier found a David Robinson Jr. wide open for a 67-yard touchdown. Robinson led the Colonels with 80 yards on three receptions while scoring his third career touchdown. But Lamar brought the change to a screeching halt needing just three plays to recover the touchdown as Griffin broke free for a 35-yard touchdown run and pushed the lead to 21-10.

Later in the third, Nicholls scored on a 16-play, 98-yard drive that was capped off with a 10-yard catch by Neno Lemay de Granier. The Colonels only faced a third behind on the disc as the deficit was reduced to 21-17.

In the fourth, Lamar added a field goal for a touchdown lead. The Colonels’ final practice ended with less than four minutes left when the Cardinal defense stopped KJ Franklin for a one-yard reception on 4th and 3rd. Nicholls had two more timeouts in hopes of having enough time to force overtime, but Griffin rushed 19 yards on a third-and-long to keep the Colonel’s offense on the sidelines. LU knocked him down on downs inside the Colonel 30 with just three seconds on the clock before a final offensive play from Nicholls failed.

The total number of offenses was tied, with Lamar up 365-344. Julien Gums rushed for 99 yards on 21 carries while Collin Guggenheim rushed for 55.

Defensively, linemen Perry Ganci and Zack Bernard each had a career-high 13 tackles. Elinus Noel III and Eli Ennis added 1.5 tackles for loss each.

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Nicholls will have the weekend ahead before returning to Guidry Stadium for the final two home games. Nicholls will host Texas A&M-Commerce on Nov. 12 for Military Appreciation Day.

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Sandy Young – Sun of Jamestown https://teethwhiteningireland.com/sandy-young-sun-of-jamestown/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 19:58:00 +0000 https://teethwhiteningireland.com/sandy-young-sun-of-jamestown/ Sandra M. (Cebula) Young, 65, Jamestown, ND died Friday, October 21, 2022 at her home. Sandy was born June 18, 1957 in Jamestown, ND, the daughter of Joseph and Florence (Steckler) Cebula. She grew up in Jamestown and graduated from Jamestown High School. She then attended Jamestown College in 1988 with a business degree. Sandy […]]]>

Sandra M. (Cebula) Young, 65, Jamestown, ND died Friday, October 21, 2022 at her home.

Sandy was born June 18, 1957 in Jamestown, ND, the daughter of Joseph and Florence (Steckler) Cebula. She grew up in Jamestown and graduated from Jamestown High School. She then attended Jamestown College in 1988 with a business degree.

Sandy was married to Drexel Young, Jr. on June 10, 1989. Sandy was employed at Western Gear, Doerrs Jewelry, Larson Law Firm PC, Merrick & Schauer Law Firm, sold Signature Homestyle Products and recently took her retirement as co-owner of Two Rivers Estate Sales. She continued to work part-time at Junk in the Trunk and volunteered at the Kirkpatrick Gallery at Frontier Fort.

She enjoyed making jewelry, playing in a pool league, antiquing, and spending time with family and friends.

Sandy is survived by her husband, three brothers Stan (Patty) Cebula, Jamestown, ND, Steve (Polly) Cebula, Rugby, ND, Sam (Nancy) Cebula, Kenosha, WI; three sisters Sharon (Richie) Ackerman, Wimbledon, ND, Susan (Rick) Gums, Jamestown, ND, Stacy Kracht (Ken Mull) Gwinner, ND; several nieces and nephews Jeremy (Krista) Cebula, Anne Schaar, Brian (Demaris Miller) Getz, Keith (Kristi) Getz, Coreen (Daniel) Lovacs, Erin (Ricardo) Ovalle, Jessica (Douglas) Drummond, Shawn (Lisa) Lee, Deb (Darin) Fisher, Patricia Wick, Phil (Amy Lunzman) Gums, Rachel Olson, Cassandra Cebula (Scott Oberg), Shanda Goecks (Joseph), Miranda Cebula, Laura Hamm, Charlie Hamm, Helayna Kracht (Brandon Lacher), Hayes Kracht (Dakota Brinson), Harper Kracht, Kristie Engels, Greg (Chris) Engels, Kathy (Brett) Farrel and her beloved furry friends; Miss Lily, Loki, Freya and Louie and many great-nieces and nephews.

Sandy was predeceased by her grandparents, parents and in-laws Rex (Helen) Young and a sister Shirley Hutchins.

Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. with a prayer service at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, October 30 at Eddy’s Funeral Home. The memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Monday, October 31, 2022 at the 1st Church of the Nazarene, Jamestown, ND with Pastor Greg Allen officiating. Interment will be in Highland Home Cemetery.

Eddy Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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