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This website has been developed with modern browsers in mind to allow it to display at its best in a wide variety of viewing situations - including mobile viewing. But we haven't supported older browsers like IE8. Both are excellent browsers. All rights reserved. Website design by Context. Contents: Selenium deficiency in Europe: causes and consequences P. Surai, V. Fisinin and T. Selenium-enriched eggs: from niche market to main stream T. Papazyan, V. Fisinin and P.
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Analytical and technical considerations for selenium analysis in eggs,meat and milk R. Murphy and C. Analytical techniques for speciation of selenium in food and food supplements: state-of-the-art K. Bierla, J. The newer trends may be listed as follows. Probiotics 2.
Ozone Therapy 3. Periodontal Vaccine 4.
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Stem cells 8. Tissue Engineering 9. Photodynamic Therapy PDT Gene therapy RNA interference Nanotechnology Perioprotect Tri immune phasic therapy TIP Use of Newer Molecules to resolve inflammation Therapeutic approaches recently available to control inflammation and bone resorption. Probiotics repopulate beneficial bacteria which can help to kill the pathogenic bacteria and fight against infection. But most probiotics are bacteria. Among bacteria, lactic acid bacteria are more popular.
Lactobacillus acidophilus, L. Probiotics can be in powder form, liquid form, gel, paste, granules or available in the form of capsules, sachets, etc. They make an excellent maintenance product because they produce antioxidants. Antioxidants prevent plaque formation by neutralizing the free electrons that are needed for the mineral formation.
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Probiotics are able to breakdown putrescence odours by fixating on the toxic gases volatile sulphur compounds and changing them to gases needed for metabolis. Lactobacilli can produce different antimicrobial components including organic acids, hydrogen peroxide, low molecular weight antimicrobial substances, bacteriocins and adhesion inhibitors and have gained prominence as Probiotics.
A majority of the strains including L.
The German chemist, C. Schonbein, first discovered ozone in The first medical application was in when Dr. Lender purified blood in test tubes. Medical applications became widespread throughout Europe and America. Interestingly enough, in , a German dentist, Dr. Fisch, used ozone on a regular basis in his dental practice in Zurich, Switzerland, and published numerous papers on the subject.
Fisch influenced the work of Dr. Erwin Payr, a renowned surgeon. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer. It effectively kills bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites at a dramatically lower concentration than chlorine, with none of the toxic side effects.
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One molecule of ozone is equal to between 3, to 10, molecules of chlorine and it kills pathogenic organisms 3, times faster! Periodontal disease as a multifactorial and polymicrobial disease requires a sophisticated vaccine design regimen targeting multiple pathogenic species. Vaccine regimens including the commonly shared antigens by selected periodontopathogenic species would be considered an innovative strategy.
Gentle handling of soft and hard tissues with the same universally accepted surgical principles. Extreme and accurate wound closure. Healing by primary intention. Clinical horizons will continue to improve with operator experience and willingness to employ previously unused basic optic magnification and ergonomic techniques and technology. Eliminate patient pain and morbidity.
Light is a form of electromagnetic energy that behaves as a particle and a wave. The basic unit of this energy is called a photon. When used for surgical and dental procedures, the laser acts as a cutting instrument or a vaporizer of tissue that it comes in contact with. When used for "curing" a filling, the laser helps to strengthen the bond between the filling and the tooth. When used in teeth whitening procedures, the laser acts as a heat source and enhances the effect of tooth beaching agents. For most practical purposes, the light produced by lasers can be considered to be monochromatic.
Typically, lasers are named according to the active element within them that goes through the stimulated quantum transitions, which create the light. The wavelength of the light that a laser produces is characteristic of the particular active element. For e. Nd: YAG lasers, of similar design produce light with a wavelength of 1.
Depending on the tissue, some lasers penetrate deeper than others. By contrast other laser wavelengths are limited to a shallow penetration and have a surface effect on tissue. The deeper the laser energy penetrates, the more it is scattered and distributed throughout the tissue. The degree to which this occurs also is affected by the power of the laser and exposure duration, but wavelength is the prime factor. For eg.
CO2 laser penetrates only about 0. Hemostasis and reduced risk of blood borne pathogens High patient acceptance of treatment. Reduced stress and fatigue for the practitioner and staff. Slower than traditional methods. It uses a patented combination of laser energy and water by a process called Hydro photonics, to perform a wide range of dental procedures. The result is an effective pain-free biological micro-ablation of tooth structure.
The atomized spray of water and air continually re-hydrates the tooth, preventing heat and pain. New titles:. Related titles:. For institutional orders, please contact sales wageningenacademic. Recommend this book to a librarian. Editors Peter F. Surai and Jules A.