Wednesday, May 13, 2020

The Dentist's Role

Dentists are doctors who specialize in oral health. Their responsibilities include:


  • Diagnosing oral diseases.
  • Promoting oral health and disease prevention.
  • Creating treatment plans to maintain or restore the oral health of their patients.
  • Interpreting x-rays and diagnostic tests.
  • Ensuring the safe administration of anesthetics.
  • Monitoring growth and development of the teeth and jaws.
  • Performing surgical procedures on the teeth, bone and soft tissues of the oral cavity.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Environmental and Climate Technologies



Environmental and Climate Technologies provides a forum for information on innovation, research and development in the areas of environmental science, energy resources and processes, innovative technologies and energy efficiency.
A variety of themes are covered through a multi-disciplinary approach, one which integrates all aspects of environmental science:
·         Sustainability of technology development
·         Bioeconomy
·         Cleaner production, end of pipe production
·         Zero emission technologies
·         Eco-design
·         Life cycle analysis
·         Eco-efficiency
·         Environmental impact assessment
·         Environmental management systems
·         Resilience
·         Energy and carbon markets
·         Greenhouse gas emission reduction and climate technologies
·         Methodologies for the evaluation of sustainability
·         Renewable energy resources
·         Solar, wind, geothermal, hydro energy, biomass sources: algae, wood, straw, biogas, energetic plants and organic waste
·         Waste management
·         Quality of outdoor and indoor environment
·         Environmental monitoring and evaluation
·         Heat and power generation, including district heating and/or cooling
·         Energy efficiency



Symptoms of Infectious diseases




Infectious diseases are extremely common worldwide. Symptoms range from mild to severe, and treatment depends on the cause of the illness.

Symptoms of infectious disease are particular to the type of disease.

·         Fever
·         Chills
·         Congestion
·         Fatigue
·         Headache
·         Vomiting
·         Fever
·         Dehydration
·         Shock
·         Bloody diarrhea          

Monday, May 4, 2020

Top Innovations in the Dental Professions in Recent Years


For decades, going to the dentist was considered an undesirable experience. It involved sitting under a bright light and having your mouth invaded with a variety of tools. Even though dental health is very important to your overall health and for having a nice smile, among other benefits, many people chose to steer clear of dental visits because of how uncomfortable it was for them.
Fortunately, new technological advancements are making trips to the dentist quicker, easier, less painful and more reliable. Due to these advancements, the dental industry is growing rapidly and looking much different than it did in past years. A greater emphasis on treatment and prevention will mean fewer caries (cavities) in patients and less risk of periodontal disease. Similar to innovation within other health care professions, these new technologies will have a huge impact on how dental professionals treat their patients and how people take care of their oral health at home.

Top Innovations in the Dental Professions in Recent Years

1. Smart Toothbrush
2. Digital Dentures
3. Augmented Reality
4. Teledentistry
5. Intra-Oral Camera

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