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Idiopathic Sialadenosis-Salivary Gland Clinic Columbia University

Paul Ganjian DDS., Luis Mandel DDS. Journal of William Jarvie Society enlargement of the salivary glands with no known or determined contributing factors differential diagnosis includes tumors such as Warthin’s tumor,masseteric hypertrophy, Sjorgens syndrome,HIV infection,lymphoma,mumps and sarcoid. P. Ganjian*, L. Mandel (Salivary Gland Clinic, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center) Idiopathic sialadenosis as the name may suggest […]

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United States Patent and Trademark Has Approved Next Generation Dental

The Trademark Next Generation Dental has been granted and approved for use. Dr Ganjian at next generation dental of New York had been granted the right of use of the name Next Generation Dental. The Next Generation Dental PC has two websites currently at www.nextgenerationdental.com and www.nxdental.com Next Generation Dental has two main offices. The

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United States Patent and Trademark Approval

The Trademark Next Generation Dental West Side Orthodontics has been granted and approved for use. Dr Paul Ganjian at next generation dental & West Side Orthodontics of New York had been granted the right of use of the name west Side Orthodontics, Next Generation Dental. The West Side Orthodontics PC and associates have the following

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Osteoporosis & Biophosphonate

If used appropriately, bisphosphonates are a tremendous tool in treating osteoporosis. There is currently a great deal of confusing information over when and how to safely use them. Clearing up the confusion is important because more than 30 million people in the United States are currently suffering from osteoporosis, and if they are not treated,

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NIH releases oral health recommendation

The Institute of Medicine (IOM), an independent, nonprofit organization that works outside of government to provide unbiased and authoritative advice to decision makers and the public, recently issued a report, Advancing Oral Health in America, in which it offers key recommendations to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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