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Anti Snore Mouthpiece Reviews to Determine Which Anti-Snore Mouth Guard Works the Best - Includes a

14th June 2011
Overwieght people generally have fatty tissue surrounding the airway which tends to constrict the air passage and produce havoc creating vibrations of the throat tissue. This difficulty is only aggravated by alcohol usage just before heading to bedA adjus... Read >
Author: Scottie Logan

How Much Do Braces Cost-Discover The Cheapest Braces

01st June 2011
Straightening teeth may be very costly, so discovering low-cost braces is among the first things anybody desires to do when faced with this procedure. Braces are orthodontic versus dental, that means the typical dentist doesn't do the work. As an alternat... Read >
Author: Nickolas Burton

Mind Tripping: Common Psychoactive Medications Used in the Treatment of Psychological Disorders

22nd August 2010
Among the sub-disciplines under the fields of medicine and science, the most dynamic areas include the studies on "diseases of the mind." This is not so much caused by neglect, but by a lack of true understanding of the basic goings-on of the brain and th... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

Athletic Mouthguard

05th February 2010
Athletic MouthguardAthletic mouthguards, or mouthpieces, have been in existance for nearly 120 years since a London dentist named Woolf Krause invented them in 1890 to defend boxers from lip cuts. Known as 'gum shields,' they were made from gutta-percha. ... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

Neuromuscular Mouthguard

05th February 2010
Neuromuscular Mouthguard Athletic mouthguards, or mouthpieces, have been used for about 120 years since a London dentist named Woolf Krause made them in 1890 to safeguard boxers from lip wounds. Known as 'gum shields,' they were made from gutta-percha.... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

Electromagnetic Mouthguard History

29th December 2009
Electromagnetic Mouthguard History Sports mouthguards, or mouthpieces, have been in existance for almost 120 years since a London dentist called Woolf Krause created one in 1890 to protect boxers from mouth cuts. Called gum shields, they were made from... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing
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