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Stem Cells

 The human body is made up of many different cells that are responsible for many vital processes in the body

Our bodies, for example, heart cells are responsible for the heartbeat, brain cells are responsible for thinking, kidney cells
Responsible for cleaning the blood, skin cells replace skin cells when needed

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What the ill-fitting denture can do to oral tissue? Case-report

 

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Ill-fitting dentures cause a wide variety of lesions ranging from simple inflammation to ulcerative pathological lesions. Each lesion must be carefully examined, investigated and treated accordingly. Giant cell lesion is one of soft tissue pathologies which may be induced by ill-fitting denture.

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Laser in dentistry

The use of technology in modern medicine has developed tremendously, as modern technologies have entered the world of medicine

One of the most important of these techniques is the use of laser beams in the field of therapeutic medicine and surgery, which has brought about a scientific revolution

Major in the field of medicine in our contemporary life.

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