Review: ARESTIN®: Professional Periodontitis Treatment - ARESTIN® (minocycline HCl) Microspheres, 1 mg is an antibiotic periodontitis treatment indicated as an adjunct to scaling and root planing (SRP).

Country:, North America, US

City: -122.3558 California, United States

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    Can't really beat the quality of these filters,handy hex nut with heavy duty construction makes it a snap to install & remove.

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    This novel was written in much the same style as John Grisham. I enjoyed it very much and look forward to reading more by this author. The characters were well defined and the plot was fast paced. I would recommend this book to all.

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    I don't know what happened with this redesign but I've been using pampers swaddlers for almost 5 years now between 2 kids and the new ones are garbage. Our poor daughter now has a consistent rash and every time I change her diaper there are balls of little pieces of diaper that have flaked off.

  • Amazon Customer - Great Album

    This is one of Heart's best albums, besides Dreamboat Annie. Very easy to download and play on all my devices.

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    The worst customer support on the planet! I purchased the 30 day "custom" diet plan with workout guide, etc., also got the pack of 30 day supplements to go with it. I had to deal with website issues and no return phone calls from my support representative, the "Regional Sales Manager" who gave me his direct number to call any time I had a question. I spent hundreds of dollars. My custom workout guide was a list of exercises. When I emailed them to inquire what some of them were, 8 days later my email answer was to Google them. Most of the material is in pdf form and only 1/2 of them would print. Supplements were okay, nothing to brag about. I did feel a little skin burning but it was intermittent and not an issue. I would not recommend this company. Do your research and go to GNC or a local business in your area where you can receive adequate support. Lesson learned :(

  • Juanita Fletcher - Great read for "Tudorphiles"

    I'm a "Tudorphile," if you will, so found the story of this little known co-founder of the Tudor dynasty fascinating. The writing was better than average though the author tended to use terminology that was very contemporary so it seemed more like it was written this century. As a sometime free lance writer I understand how difficult it is to write back as it were in the language and patterns of another time or culture but it was noticeable enough to earn a 4 not a 5 star that the character and structure deserved.