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How many pockets? how many teeth? collecting and representing data by Karen Economopoulos

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Published by Scott Foresman in Glenview, IL .
Written in English


  • Set theory -- Study and teaching (Primary),
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Primary)

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About the Edition

Introduces students to collecting, organizing, and representing numerical data.

Edition Notes

Other titlesCollecting and representing data
Statementby Karen Economopoulos, Tracey Wright
SeriesInvestigations in number, data, and space
ContributionsWright, Tracey, TERC (Firm)
LC ClassificationsQA135.5.D35 I58 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 20, 118 p. :
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24209963M
ISBN 100201378205
ISBN 109780201378207

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How to Eliminate These Pockets. The first step in treating gum disease is to have your teeth professionally cleaned; this is sometimes called scaling and root planing. By removing all of the tartar and plaque from your teeth and underneath your gums, the gums can Missing: book. Unit 4: Pockets, Teeth, and Guess My Rule (12 Sessions) Modeling with Data. How Many Hundreds? (20 Sessions) Addition, Subtraction, and the Number System 3. This unit focuses on the place value of 3-digit numbers and operating on numbers within Students come to see as 10 tens and multiples of as being made up of some number of. Pocket formation. For the periodontal pocket to form, several elements need to be present. It all starts with the dental plaque. The invasion of the bacteria from the plaque eventually triggers inflammatory response. This in turn results in the gradual destruction of the tissues surrounding the teeth, known as the g: book.   Dental implants have “pockets” around them just like our teeth do. Healthy pockets around teeth are millimeters while implants have pockets that can be healthy up to 6mm. Warning signs of deep pockets and gum disease include the following: Red, swollen or .

  With a conservative approach teeth with pockets above 8 do not necessarily need to be removed. I was told 9+ by one dentist but i refused to have all my teeth pulled. I had mostly 's. After scaling and root planing, the largest I had was a 9, but many of my large numbers had been reduced to 5's and 6's and even a few 4's. Student Activity Book pages 18A–18B or C41–C42 (Sorting and Representing Data). 7 Pocket Data Representations MP3 2, 7 8 How Many Teeth Have You Lost? MP2 5, 9 Collecting Teeth Data From Other Classes MP2 2, 8 10 Representing Teeth Data From Other Classes MP3 7, 11 File Size: 7MB. A periodontal pocket reduction procedure has been recommended because you have pockets that are too deep to clean with daily at-home oral hygiene and a professional care routine. During this procedure, your periodontist folds back the gum tissue and removes the disease-causing bacteria before securing the tissue into g: book.   I used your OraWellness pocket applicator to treat the stubborn deep pockets I had between my back molars. I had already tried many things to treat them, but with very limited success. My teeth now feel very firm in my mouth, not loose like before. In fact when I floss now it is hard to get in between the teeth, they are so tight! Fabulous.