Transcript: The Encounter Interrupting Much DON'T MOVE The Weird Face WHAT'S THE WORD?! Well, that was anticlimactic The Feeling The Weird Poke-Battle Flip-Book THE END PLEASE STAND BY (STILL) PLEASE STAND BY The Word? Buuuurn!
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Transcript: Remineralized early white spot lesions Improved visual soft tissue health Decrease in bleeding gums Reduction in sensitivity A feeling of "cleaner" teeth Reduced plaque build-up "Hardening" of tooth enamel Improved tooth luster What it doesn't do Lacey Bergevin 866.928.4445 firstname.lastname@example.org Time (how long the patient has had the infection) Number of risk factors Modifiable vs unmodifiable risk factors Risk factor severity Presence of symptoms (cavities) Severity of signs/symptoms (how many cavities) Level of therapy (recommended or provisional) Patient adherence to treatment CariScreen Test CAMBRA Repeat! CTx Kits Dispense caries risk assessment and documentation, with finding of low risk NEW 2014 CDT Codes *Using recognized assessment tools Factors that influence treatment time CTx3 Rinse CTx4 Treatment Rinse CAMBRA Management Guide Early Signs of Progress Reassessment Expectations It takes practice You can do it! Recommend Dispense Lower CariScreen ATP score/reduced biofilm challenge Lower incidence of decay CTx2 Spray CTx2 Gum CTx2 Fluoride Varnish CTx1 Lollies caries risk assessment and documentation, with finding of moderate risk CTx4 Gel 5000 Why? What's your risk of future decay D0601 Long-Term Progress Over 1500 = High risk of future decay Bring patients back in 3 months By now they should be out of product Reassessment appointments typically take about 15 minutes Caries Management By Risk Assessment Protocol to manage and prevent dental caries Began in the early 2000's Your CariFree System D0602 High Risk Patients Need: Adjunct Products Long-Term Progress D0603 Remineralized early white spot lesions Improved visual soft tissue health Decrease in bleeding gums Reduction in sensitivity A feeling of "cleaner" teeth Reduced plaque build-up "Hardening" of tooth enamel Improved tooth luster CTx Products CariScreen Test Here to make a difference! What it does? Who is CariFree? What is CAMBRA? WHY? The Basics Meter is calibrated for 6 teeth total Use one firm swipe Avoid all soft tissue Swabbing Tutorial Protective Factors CariScreen Meter Not included in kits Under 1500 = Low risk of future decay Low and Moderate Risk Patients Need: Measures biofilm activity levels using ATP bioluminescense technology CariFree How will you market CariFree to your patients? Key Points pH Neutralization: Reduces growth and acid production of cariogenic bacteria, supports healthy oral bacteria growth Antibacterial: Significantly reduces total bacteria levels when high levels are identified Fluoride: Aids in remineralization and inhibits acid production of cariogenic bacteria Xylitol: Reduces growth and acid production of cariogenic bacteria Nano HA (Ca PO4): Aids in remineralization with nano particles of hydroxyapatite ugly Early Signs of Progress Bring the patient back and monitor progress (To be discussed at next training) CTx4 Gel 5000 What it does Assess Time (how long the patient has had the infection) Number of risk factors Modifiable vs unmodifiable risk factors Risk factor severity Presence of symptoms (cavities) Severity of signs/symptoms (how many cavities) Level of therapy (recommended or provisional) Patient adherence to treatment Medication Dry Mouth Frequent Snacking Active Biofilm Challenge Health Concerns: Sjogrens Acid Reflux Diabetes Oral Appliance Brush 2nd! Remineralize your teeth Caries Risk Assessment Form (CRA Form) Reassessment Expectations Treatment System Why are you implementing CAMBRA? What do you want CariFree to do for you and your patients? OR Reassess Give them a call to check in How are they doing on product? What would work best for them to get more? Make a note to reassess at next recare Brush 2nd! Remineralize your teeth Balance between your risk factors & protective factors Ideal Protocol Risk Identity caries risk assessment and documentation, with finding of high risk Assess Screening and Treatment System Rinse 1st! Rinse 1st! Ask me how it tastes If the patient can't come in... CAMBRA Chat Recommend Measures the amount of cavity causing bacteria in your mouth Factors that influence treatment time Reassess Does this seem realistic? Lower CariScreen ATP score/reduced biofilm challenge Lower incidence of decay Marketing All CariFree products have a pH 8 and above Package Options 1. Assess 2. Recommend 3. Dispense 4. Reassess Lacey CAMBRA Specialist Risk Factors Treatment System
Transcript: The first stop motion film to us 3D was made in 2012 and it was called Paranorman and it actually had a gay character witch was rare for a kids animation movie. Flip Book Animation came to tv when the show "Huckleberry Hound" in 1958. CGI animation changed everything and made the movies fully animated. The first movie was "Toy story CGI Animation Walt Disney has made 54 different animation movies and they started in 1923. The silent era Toy story 3? Stop-motion film to use 3D printing technology Animation Toy story 3 is the first animation movie too make $1,000,000,000. Walt Disney Flip books were a big thing in the18 hundreds because people could do it yourself and you just basiclly move the photo using fast hands and paper The silent era was a project created in the year 1893 and this was when someone would animate a short film and one of the most famous was the Betty boop but they said it was very lazy. They would also type text. TV?
Transcript: The lunirere brothers, are two brothers who are called Auguste and Louis Lumiere. They were the first film makers in history, they handpainted the cinematograph. They painted there own version of the cinematograph in 1895 and that is when they made there first film as well. Flip book 1950 Monty Python This is an american entertainment company who is owned by Time Warner. It was founded in 1923, but its film production goes back to 1918. The first film they made was My Four Years in Germany, which was created in 1918. Theses are known as rater images as we;; as bitmap images. These are made up by pixels what are in a grid, they are small dots of color what will normally form what is seen on the computer screen if they are together. They are dependent on resolution so this will make it hard to re size the image, so making it bigger will reduce the quality of the image. This was first introduced in late 1960s, where it became very popular and still used today. Hanna Babera Cel animation 1925 This apart of Microsoft office and it is used for presentation purposes normally. There is animation also in this for example entrance and exit animation also transitions. This is normally done with slides so it will be presented as a slide show, so very basic animations can be done with this. It was originally created by Thomas Rudkin and Dennis Austin of forethought in 1987, later on it was brought by Microsoft and then was initially released in 1990 This is one of the several other film animation devices what was able to produce illusion of motion. Which would show sequences of either drawings or photographs in a progressive phase. It was created by William Horner in 1834, it was made with a drum what had a bunch of still images, what would turn in a circular way, which would ten create an animation. 1850 2D Bitmap Graphics 2000 Edison Kinetoscope This is a animated science fiction thriller film what was created in 2006 by Richard Linklater. The film was screened at 2006 Cannes Film Festival. It was nominated fot thr Hugo award for best dramatic prestation, long form in 2007. Emile Reynaud (Praxinoscope) He was born in 1801 and had passed on in 1883, he was one of the people to demonstrate an illusion of a moving image. He did this by using rotating disks what the same drawn images, in small increments of motion on each one and it would have regular stilts on the other. This device was called Phenakistoscope and it was made in 1832. This is also known as direct animation, this is done without a camera and this is a technique which will require you to directly make the images on the film stock. So each frame will be drawn by hand this was a dominate way of animation before animations on computers was created. The first one which was created was called fantasmagorie which was done in 1908 and was created by Emile Cohl. This was another animation studio, it was founded in 1957 by William Hannah and Joseph Barbera, the creaters of Tom and Jerry. One of the first sereies they made was The Ruff and Reddy show what happend in 1957-1960. The walt Disney company was first founded in 1923, it has featured over 55 feature films. it was mainly dedicated to short films but then it expanded into feature production which happened in 1934. Steamboat willie became Disney first cartoon with synchronized sound and had a major success in its 1928 debut. Websites have many animation apart of them, this can be a simple slide animation to another page, or a video in the website/animated character. Websites sue many programes to get a certain animation, a really popular program is adobe. So anmation had started for websites around 1980s. 1875 Joseph Plateau Lumiere Brothers Len Lye A Flip book is a animation, where a bunch of images are drawn and then they will make a short animation when you flip the pages. It was first introduced in 1868 and it was done by a man called John Barnes and he was under the name of Kineograph. This is Latin for moving pictures. These are normally done in a note book . Each page will have an image inside of it and on the next there will be the same image but a slight difference until it makes a animation. Advertisement Animation in video games, can take many forms, this can be the moevment of your charcater or a cutscene. One of the first animation was in Pac man it was a short cutscene what happened, in 1980. This is known as stop motion animation, s this is when you make a still object appear that it is moving by taking picture of the still objects by moving them slightly in each picture you take. Then they will play them as a sequence and it will make a short animation, what will make the still object appear like its moving and so on. It was first credited by the humpty dumpty circus which happened 1897 by Albert E. Smith and J. Stuart Blackton. There has been many television shows around but one of the 1st was nickeldeon what was animed at children sepcificly. It was was released in 1979. Some of the first
Transcript: the solution is that the school has people looking but the three girls think that a teacher named miss flapper took her and hid her. my book starts in a not ordinary high school i know this becuse they are teenagers but monsters the conflict is that the schools headmistress Bloodgood my first character is a gargoyle she is from Paris she is hard headed and she can really speak two types of language she can speak french and English. my second character is a flytrap she has anger problems just the tinniest thing sets her off. my third character is a robot she just tries to be helpful but she never quits talking and never stops annoying people. monster high 3 conflict / solution by frances suggs . the theme is that never judge a person by the way they look. plot genre mood / theme the plot is that their going to class in a dark hallway and they run in to the attic and they find a room in the attic but it had webs in it. the mood is it is adventurous the genre is fantasy. I know this becuse the gargoyle can talk. characters setting
Transcript: Internal Conflict Central Conflict part 1 War Of The Wall Central Conflict Lou and "me" don't want the painter to paint there wall. They think she will ruin it.They want her to go away. They think she s a very picky eater. They think that is is funny that she wants to have specific diet. Inturnal Conflict part 1 They try and sabbatash it with paint. When they go to sabatash it they see she is done and it looks great. He try to knock the lader over so she would stop drawing. They want to sabatash the wall. Exturnal Conflict part 1 They don't want her to paint there wall. The wall is important to them so they don't want her to draw on it. The painter lady ignores them and others. She turns down food that Mrs. Morris made for her. War Of The Wall By Justin Koob External Conflict
Transcript: Growth Interphase Cytokinesis Mitosis Diana, Ellee 2-3-22 Period 5 G1 In G1 the cell grows while doing it's normal function Opportunity S The s phase consist of replicating the DNA, this results in two copies of each chromosome G2 Phase Once it's in the G2 phase the cell continues to prepare for mitosis and cell division G2 Prophase Prophase Now in the prophase the cell's chromosomes become visible, condensed, shorter, and thick. Each copy of the chromosome becomes a sister chromotide. Here the nuclear envelope breaks down, this is when the spindle fibers form as microtubules. They grow out to move to the opposite side of the cell Sister Chromotide Metaphase Metaphase Once the cell is in the metaphase it will have the double chromosome line up at the equator. The fully formed spindle fibers and microtubules attach to each sister chromotides Anaphase Anaphase When it gets to the anaphase each sister chromotide from each chromosome begin to separate the centromere. This part that holds the sisters together then divide. This then moves the chromosomes away from each other by it's own spindle fiber Telophase Telophase Finally in the telophase two groups of chromosomes reach the opposite end of the cell. Now a new nuclear envelope starts to form around each group. The chromosomes uncoil and the spindle fiber disappears. Cytokinesis The division of cytoplasm and organelle is Cytokinesis C+M= Cytokinesis+Mitosis= The result of cytokinesis and mitosis form two genetically identical cells also known as daughter cells
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