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Agos/24/2016 

Are you trying to see if the extra $30 or $50 for the oral b precision 5000 is warranted in comparison to the precision 3000? Or are just wanting some general clarification in the differences between the two models? If 'yes' to either -- the following comparison guide of the Oral B 3000 vs 50000 -- should be able to help you, through carrying out a detailed break down comparison of aspects & features, highlighting differences and similarities between the two models, from which you will get a clear idea as to which model is right for you & your dental cleaning needs.

Fitted Technology

Precision 3000: 'Advanced' Pulsating & Oscillating Technology

Precision 5000: 'Advanced' Pulsating & Oscillating Technology

Each model is shares the same advanced (and #1 recommended) brushing 3D technology -- where they perform in just 60 seconds - 40,000 pulsations and 8,800 combined oscillations and rotations (brush strokes), which is 50% more 'movements' than other leading sonic technologies (e.g. Philips' sonicare). This in turn offers you an incredibly high quality dental clean - resulting in a ultra effective removal of plaque (up to 99.7%), a significant improvements in gum care treatment - in the case of prevention and healing (again clinically proven to be better than Sonicare 'Flexcare') and great results on whitening (through wine/coffee/tea stain removal).

Important Note: Also be sure to check out the non-Oral B endorsed 'independent clinical studies' (e.g. Robinson PG et al., 2005) that prove that not only is the Oral B electric toothbrush superior to manual brushes for better oral cleaning but also other leading power brushes.

Cleaning Performance

Precision 3000: Reduce Plaque | Whitening (& Mode) | Hard Brushing | Sensitive |



Precision 5000: Reduce Plaque | Whitening (& Mode) | Hard Brushing | Sensitive | Massage | 3x Pressure Control | Deep Clean | SmartGuide

In order to ensure an optimal and proper clean both toothbrushes are installed with 'pressure' indicators to make sure you aren't brushing too hard -- where they will light up to give you a warning and cut out pulsating if you continue (with the 5000 it also tells you through the smartguide).

Furthermore, they also offer specific 'cleaning' modes for you to treat certain oral problems you might have -- such as the whitening mode: where the toothbrush acts to polish your teeth, making them gleam more, sensitive mode: reducing power intensity, making it more comfortable to clean for those with sensitive teeth etc. The 5000 comes with an additional two modes: i) massage - which basically stimulates gums, encouraging quality gu health and care and ii) deep clean - extending the original 2 minutes to a more thorough 3 minute complete oral cleansing.



Note: when Oral B refer to the 'triple pressure control' - they are basically stating the brush has three indicators telling you that you are brushing too hard, as said: i) pulsations stop, ii) visible indicator on the toothbrush and iii) wireless smart guide (more on that below).

Practical Features

Precision 3000:  7 Days Run Time | Timer | Charge Indicator (Visual) |

Precision 5000: 10 Days Run Time | Timer | Charge Indicator (Visual) | Smart Guide/ Digital Clock | 

As you can see the 5000 is able to run for an extra three days (which translates into approximately 6 uses i.e morning & night) from one 24 hour charge - which is obviously a point to consider (especially for those who do a lot of travelling - or are after energy efficiency). You can keep tabs on the condition of the battery through its visible battery gauge -- so you know when it is due for a recharge. They also have self integrated timer - that makes sure you switch quadrants every 30 seconds (and hence in total completing the recommended 2 minute clean). With the 5000 it also comes with a cordless wall mountable smart guide - which is basically a virtual dental assistant (lets you know if you're brushing too hard, how long to brush for etc.).

Brush Heads

Precision 3000: Oral B Precision Clean Brush Head | Bristle Indicator |

Precision 5000: Oral B Floss Action Brush Head | Bristle Indicator |

Every Oral B brush head has been professionally crafted to ensure for the most optimal clean -- this why they have a natural round curve to them (like you see with dental tools) that fit to the curved shape of your tooth, this in turn allows for a more effective clean (for removing plaque etc.). The brushes also come with a bristle indicator to let you know when the brush heads have become worn & no longer decent for use (where they usually last up to 100 days - 3 months).

You will have also noticed that  the Oral B 3000 and 5000 come with slightly different brush heads - this is because Oral B offer a wide range of cleaning brushes that perform slightly different cleaning jobs from one another (giving you an even more specialised & customised clean). Where the 'precision clean' is actually for 'precision' tooth-by tooth cleaning and with the floss action brush head that comes  installed with microfibre bristles that can get into more difficult to reach areas (like you would with flossing). Others include the Ortho which is used particularly by those who have braces, the 'sensitive' that has extra soft bristles fitted and the pro-white that is specially designed for removing stains -- and many more.

Further Information

Warranty Information



Oral B offer an industry standard warranty of 2 years (i.e a 24 month period from the date of purchase) as well as a money guarantee (if you are dissatisfied with the product).

Dimensions & Weight

3000 - 4.4 x 10 x 2.2 inches | 14 ounces | -- 5000  - 8.7 x 10.4 x 3.2 inches ; 2.1 pounds

What's in the Box (package)?

Precision 3000 - 1 handle, 1 charger, 1 Precision Clean refill brush head, and 1 refill stand.

Precision 5000 - 1 handle, 1 charger, 1 Floss Action refill brush head, 1 refill stand, 1 travel case, and 1 smartguide.

Average Review Rating (sourced Amazon.com)

Precision 3000: 4.4 out of 5 stars (88%) from 400 + reviews.

Precision 5000: 4.5 out of 5 stars (90%) from 1,000 + reviews.

Conclusion: Should You Buy an Oral B 3000 or Oral B 5000?

The way that the 5000 edges the 3000 is basically in terms of just offering an additional cleaning mode (the massage aspect - to stimulate gum and promote general gum health care --- and also with the deep clean you could actually technically just do with the 3000, by going for longer) as well as it lasting for an extra 3 days or so, a specialised smart guide (that doubles up as a digital clock) and advanced toothbrush heads (giving you a certain edge in oral performance) -- all for just an extra $35 - which to me is worth it, even if its just for the extra gum care mode it offers (admittedly, however I am a bit of a health freak).

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Furthermore, if you have any questions, remarks or any issues/concerns/problems with either the comparison article of the -- Oral B precision 3000 vs 5000 or about either model specifically (e.g. clarification over the features of the 5000 toothbrush) then please do not hesitate to make them in the comments section just below and we will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

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Agos/23/2016 

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cytori

Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: CYTX) announced today the publication of

the results from an investigator-initiated Phase I trial using Cytori

Cell Therapy in patients with insufficient maxillary bone prior to

dental implantation. The publication reported approximately 42% greater

bone formation in maxillary sinus floor elevation (MSFE) procedures

treated with cells in combination with scaffolds versus those that

received scaffold alone.

The study, conducted by investigators from Departments of Orthopedic

Surgery, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Oral Cell Biology of the VU

University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, enrolled 10 patients requiring

dental implants but who had insufficient bone into which the implant

could be inserted. The maxillary bone deficiency was treated with two

different commonly-used, off-the-shelf bone calcium phosphate scaffolds

that were used either alone or pre-loaded with Adipose-Derived

Regenerative Cells (ADRCs) prepared using Cytori's Celution(TM) System. In

six patients, the patient served as their own control as one side of the

mouth was treated with scaffold alone and the other side was treated

with ADRC-supplemented grafts. Six months after treatment all patients

underwent dental implant placement at which time a biopsy of the

regenerated bone at the graft site was performed.



The trial results reported approximately 42% greater bone formation in

grafts that were supplemented with ADRCs. Specifically, in patients who

received both a control scaffold and a contralateral ADRC- supplemented

scaffold, the ratio of bone volume to total graft volume as measured by

micro computerized tomography (microCT) was 19.5% ± 3.8% in grafts

supplemented with ADRCs versus 13.7% ± 4.4% for the control grafts (p =

0.03). A similar trend was seen by histologic assessment of biopsies.

They also noted that all 10 patients were treated uneventfully, with no

adverse effects reported or detected in a large set of safety parameters

through >=3 years of follow-up.

Regarding the findings, the authors stated: "A striking observation from

the histomorphometric and micro-CT analyses was the active bone

formation observed at the cranial side of the biopsies in 7 out of 10 of

the selected bone biopsies taken from the study [ADRC-treated] side, but

only in 1 case from the control side. To our knowledge, this phenomenon

has never been described before and may be unique to the current set-up."



The American Academy of Implant Dentistry reports

that approximately 500,000 patients receive dental implant surgeries in

the USA every year. A recent

report estimated that the global market for dental implants is

projected to reach $5.8 billion by 2022. Use of calcium phosphate

scaffolds for bone repair and reconstruction is also common in

orthopaedic surgery.

The paper is titled: "Bone Regeneration Using the Freshly Isolated

Autologous Stromal Vascular Fraction of Adipose Tissue in Combination

With Calcium Phosphate Ceramics" published in the journal Stem Cells

Translational Medicine. A link to the abstract can be found here.

A full copy can be obtained without charge by registering with the

publisher.





About Cytori



Cytori Therapeutics is a late stage cell therapy company developing

autologous cell therapies from adipose tissue to treat a variety of

medical conditions. Data from preclinical studies and clinical trials

suggest that Cytori Cell Therapy(TM) acts principally by improving blood

flow, modulating the immune system, and facilitating wound repair. As a

result, Cytori Cell Therapy(TM) may provide benefits across multiple

disease states and can be made available to the physician and patient at

the point-of-care through Cytori's proprietary technologies and

products. For more information, visit www.cytori.com.

Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements





This press release includes forward-looking statements regarding events,

trends and business prospects, which may affect our future operating

results and financial position. Such statements are subject to risks and

uncertainties that could cause our actual results and financial position

to differ materially. These risks and uncertainties, which include

inherent uncertainties in conduct of preclinical and clinical trials and

the results of such trials (including risks that further studies may not

support efficacy or safety of Cytori Cell Therapy) are described under

the heading "Risk Factors" in Cytori's Securities and Exchange

Commission Filings on Form 10-K and Form 10-Q. We assume no

responsibility to update or revise any forward-looking statements to

reflect events, trends or circumstances after the date they are made.



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Agos/23/2016 

Today, dentistry has become a much larger field of medicine than it was fifty years ago. Dentists can prevent and correct many issues of the mouth, jaw, neck, and face in addition to caring for the teeth and gums. Dentistry today is usually broken down into several specific practices or specialties, though few of these specialties require additional or specific training apart from general dentistry. General Dentistry is the term usually used for the protective and corrective care of the teeth and gums. This typically includes regular tooth cleanings, x-rays, examinations, fillings, and extractions.







Restorative dentistry is a special branch of dentistry that requires knowledge of several different branches of dentistry. This branch focuses on management and treatment of gum and tooth decay and disease. It encompasses many of the other areas and combines several areas of treatment in order to most effectively deal with the decay and disease. This part of dentistry also deals with the diagnosis and treatment of certain mouth and jaw disorders.



Cosmetic dentistry is becoming more and more popular. This term generally refers to the type of dentistry that will improve the appearance of the teeth, gums, and mouth. Usually, by improving their appearance, their health and function will also be restored. Cosmetic dentistry does not require much continuing or specialized education beyond the dentistry degree and certification and is not recognized as a separate branch of specialty dentistry. Therefore, any general dentist will be able to perform any procedures deemed cosmetic.



Typically cosmetic procedures are done in an outpatient setting and are generally done using local anesthetic. Tooth whitening is the most popular cosmetic procedure and can be done either in the dentist's office or in a combination of clinic and home treatments over several weeks.





Tooth enamel shaping and tooth contouring are also very common procedures and require little to no down-time after the procedure for the patient. This procedure can help to correct minor imperfections or chips in the teeth, or can help reshape or resize a tooth. Tooth bonding, dental bridges, and veneers are also very typical types of cosmetic procedures.





Orthodontics refers to the practice of of treating bite problems. This branch of dentistry is very specialized and does require an additional and different training regimen. These bite problems can be caused by irregular tooth structure, orientation, or location, jaw issues, or both. Sometimes this branch of dentistry also deals with the development and growth of the facial and jaw bones.



Orthodontics can be cosmetic in nature, but many orthodontic procedures also focus on proper jaw alignment and function and require extensive treatment and sometimes surgery. When choosing a medical professional, make sure that you choose a dentist that is certified and comes highly recommended. You want to find a dentist who is known for good honest work and who has extensive training and experience in the field.

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Agos/23/2016 

Dental care Assistants are crucial towards the area associated with dentistry. They strive to ensure all of the dental care resources tend to be washed properly, sufferers feel at ease, and they aid Dental practitioners as well as Hygienists with dental care methods. Additionally, they assist with laboratory work and therefore are been trained in medical crisis methods. Mixed, these duties require people who are energized and ready to help others. Dental care personnel a lot work communicators and fast learners.



The actual interest in dental care assistants keeps growing. Many people are getting more of an interest in their dental hygiene right now than in the past. Because individuals are residing lengthier, their own teeth tend to be needing much more preventative care as well as dental methods. Dental technologies has additionally created methods less unpleasant. Consequently more people are willing to have dental services. An additional region may be the market for cosmetic dentistry. People are likely to dental care facilities to have their teeth whitened and also to improve the form of their own teeth.



There are over 280,000 Dental Assistants currently used Nationwide. Most of these Dental care Personnel are working in dental offices. A small part work in government agencies, prisons amenities, as well as doctor offices. Many Dental care Assistants will work in additional than 1 dentist office because of the interest in more Dental Personnel. The potential for this particular profession is better than most other health-care fields. It is anticipated that it'll be among the best contenders in growth through 2012.



There are many job opportunities with regard to Dental Assistants on the market currently. What this means is just about all Dental care Personnel that complete a training program may safe employment instantly. This job marketplace is Countrywide, so moving with regard to work is a great possibility for those who are fascinated. In some instances, the company will help you along with moving costs.

Many people choose to enter the field associated with Dental assistant due to the job market perspective and the rate of spend. Normally, Dental Assistants generate $13.62 each hour like a brand new employee with no work encounter. The greatest mentioned beginning rate Countrywide is within Ny from $19.Ninety-seven each hour. Thinking about the minimum wage in many states, the actual beginning pay for Dental Assistants reaches minimum double. That's a excellent motivation to go after work like a Dental assistant.



Going after work like a Dental assistant could be a perfect career move. It will offer the chance to use people, permit you to discover the actual dental profession, you'll have not really difficulty securing employment, and the pay is great. Additionally , you will have regular operating hrs with paid Holidays. Most dental care personnel obtain discounted or even free dental care on their own as well as their own families. Maintaining all of this within viewpoint, the demand for Dental care Personnel is a good inspiration to take a look to the profession options.





For more information about Dental assistant programs in your area, contact you State Dental Panel or even your local schools. You can also find great home elevators this kind of applications via the Internet. It is crucial that you simply make sure any plan you are considering is actually certified in your state. Most applications can be completed in 12 to Two years. College tuition assistance and scholarship programs are available. Most Human Services programs will assist using the cost of programs that may be completed within 2 many that there is a employment market with regard to.

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Agos/22/2016 

  If you're looking to answer the question: "How Does A Dentist Find Mouth Cancer," you are obviously concerned about certain pimples, lesions, canker sores, swelling or other disturbing signs that something may be developing in your mouth. First of all, if you don't smoke, you can start to relax. Often, these may be caused by cuts from heavy flossing or sharp candies, food allergies, abrasions from brushing your teeth, viral infections, tooth abscesses or other dental problems. For the most part, oral cancer is typically caused by tobacco.

This can develop in any part of the mouth including the lips, tongue, cheeks and even your throat. Regardless of whether you smoke cigarettes, cigars, pipes or other inhaled products, you are at increased risk. Even smokeless products like snuff, are harmful for your mouth. Those who use a bit between the cheek and gum are asking for problems. So how does a dentist find mouth cancer? Here are some of the signs that may be an indication:

o If you find a sore or ulceration in your mouth that doesn't heal within 3 weeks.

o Any new lump or growth of tissue.

o A white or a red patch either on the gums, tongue or the lining of your mouth

o Having a difficult time in swallowing

o When chewing, there is difficulty in moving the jaw or tongue

o Any numbness of the tongue or elsewhere in the mouth

o Having a feeling that you have something caught in the throat

o Having a chronic sore throat or hoarseness for more than 6 weeks, particularly if you are a smoker over 50 and if you are a heavy drinker

o If your jaw swells enough that it causes dentures to fit badly or uncomfortably

o Neck swelling that lasts more than 3 weeks

o Any tooth mobility (looseness) that lasts for more than three weeks - see a dentist urgently

o Any nasal mass, ulceration or obstruction, accompanied by purulent or bloody discharge

Mouth cancer can affect anyone young or old but mostly it is the smoker and drinker who falls victim to this disease. It is thought that these people are at risk by up to 30 times more than those who do not smoke or drink alcohol.

Often, it is the dentist who discovers this during routine dental checkups. All the more reason to plan regular checkups, since mouth cancer, when diagnosed early, can be treated successfully. If detected early, the survival rate can be 80% or higher. Remember that the way to greatly diminish your risk of being affected by mouth cancer is to lead a healthy lifestyle, give up smoking, cut down on alcohol and eat a healthy diet. Doing some regular self-examination is also very important, too. Recognizing the signs in good time, can make the difference in whether mouth cancer can be overcome or not. However, that being said, there is nothing that can replace a visit to your doctor or dentist for a dependable diagnosis.











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