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Our goal is to always help our patients maintain their oral health and to care for and protect their natural teeth by offering comprehensive dental care for your entire family. We can not wait to meet you!

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Our office specializes in cosmetic dentistry. This means that we not only pay attention to the health and function of your teeth, but we also pay close attention to aesthetics. We want you to maintain great oral health but we also want you to have a beautiful smile and the confidence to smile often!

Dental laser technology emits a beam of concentrated light that can be used as an alternative to more traditional dental procedures. Laser dentistry allows for many procedures to be performed with minimal pain, less bleeding, and faster recovery times.

Whether replacing one tooth or several, dental implants are an important solution to restoring and maintaining dental health. The natural look and feel and functional stability of dental implants can be a better alternative to dentures.

Luffy insists on fighting Aokiji alone and risks it all so the crew can save the frozen Robin. Ultimately they survive the encounter with the Admiral, and eventually continue on their journey to Water 7.

Aokiji tries to crush the frozen Robin underfoot, but Luffy slides her out of the way to Usopp and Chopper. Luffy urges them to return her to the ship to thaw her, determined to fight the Admiral himself. Once there, Chopper and Usopp run the shower over her to slowly thaw her, but Chopper is uncertain if he'll be able to resuscitate her once thawed. Nami arrives shortly after with Zoro and Sanji. The latter two thaw their frozen limbs in the sea before returning to the battle to help Luffy, while Nami assists Chopper and Usopp in thawing and reviving Robin.

Aokiji tells Luffy that the world is better off if Robin is not saved, but Luffy refuses to leave his crew behind. Luffy kicks him in the air and attempts Gomu Gomu no Storm, but Aokiji breaks himself apart and reconstitutes around Luffy, freezing him with Ice Time and placing his frozen body on the ground. Aokiji contemplates the fight, and thinks Luffy challenged him one-on-one to save his crew, perhaps even not concerned about winning. As Zoro and Sanji approach, Aokiji leaves Luffy's frozen body and departs, saying he owes the pirate for defeating Crocodile. Although he briefly mentions a message from Smoker (but only that it was "something stupid"), Luffy can't hear him anyway. Before he bikes across the sea, he notes that the Straw Hat Pirates will be heading to Water 7 next, getting them close to World Government headquarters.

Some time later, Chopper comes up from the sick bay and tells the crew tearfully that Robin and Luffy's hearts have resumed beating. Sanji goes to prepare a meal for them, while Chopper tells the others to let them recover for a bit. Usopp collapses, confiding in Zoro that he's unsure how long he can take the growing power of the enemies they are facing. They remain at the deserted island for four days while they recover before setting sail again.

A week after their encounter with Aokiji, Sanji lets the crew sample a dish of potato paille while Luffy jokes about having been frozen. Robin finally appears, having taken a bit longer to recover than Luffy, and asks for some coffee. Luffy soon finds Yokozuna, that frog that the shipwreck survivors from the previous island told them about that was able to swim with a crawl stroke instead of a normal frog swimming motion. He insists on following it, manually changing course and paddling the Going Merry to Nami's chagrin, hoping to catch and eat the frog. Suddenly, they find themselves near a lighthouse, and by what looks like a railroad crossbuck, with the lights and bells going off. As a train whistle sounds, something approaches them very fast, causing Nami to order full reverse in a panic.

Our dentists, Dr. Curtis Fauble, Dr. Lacey Hauk, Dr. Brooke Houston, Dr. Dale Quimby, Dr. Rick Atwood, Dr. Mona Hovaizi, and our entire team, strive to create a gentle dental experience at each appointment. This commitment begins with the youngest children, and extends to the entire family to ensure a lifetime of good oral health.

We take the time to listen and work with you and believe in teaming together to help you keep your teeth healthy. Your comfort is our priority. Each of our private treatment rooms is equipped with a flat screen monitor, DVDs, satellite radio, blankets, and pillows.

Rooms are handicap accessible, and there are window seats in each room so moms and dads can be in the room with their child if desired. As a passionate and dedicated team, we promise you a positive and comfortable dental experience from the moment you walk in our door.

In the context of the Initiative, the Humboldt Foundation cooperates closely with international partner organisations such as the Scholars at Risk Network, the IIE Scholar Rescue Fund and the Council for At-Risk Academics. The Initiative is financed by the Federal Foreign Office, the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, the Gerda Henkel Foundation, the Klaus Tschira Foundation, the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Stifterverband and the Stiftung Mercator.

The Philipp Schwartz Initiative enables universities and research institutions in Germany to host researchers at risk on the basis of a full fellowship. Accordingly, host institutions receive funding which is composed of two components:

Fellowship amount: Sponsorship covers a fixed-amount fellowship or contractual employment. It is earmarked for a period of up to 24 months; application may be made during the initial fellowship period for an extension of up to 12 months in the framework of a co-financing model.

  • public and state-recognised universities

  • Max Planck Institutes, Helmholtz Institutes, Leibniz Institutes, Fraunhofer Institutes

  • federal and federal state research institutions

  • other research institutions that can convincingly demonstrate their research portfolio and structures

Institutions that would be interested in hosting researchers at risk but do not have anyone specific in mind can approach the Scholars at Risk Network and Council for At-Risk Academics, which may be able to help find suitable candidates.

  • a residence status in the context of an asylum-granting procedure within the EU that confirms a recognised threat

  • or a credible threat assessment issued by a third party, such as the Scholars at Risk Network (SAR) or the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA), within the previous 12 months.

Threat assessments: Due to the impact of the ongoing worldwide crises, our partner organisations SAR (Rose Anderson) and CARA (Stephen Wordsworth) can only carry out a limited number of threat assessments. We therefore advise you to contact them as soon as possible. Please note that requests for risk assessments can only be submitted by nominating institutions. We also kindly remind you that threat can be proven not only by SAR or CARA, but also by a corresponding residence status in connection with an asylum procedure within the EU or by the detailed, personal statement of a credible third party (e.g. German diplomatic representation abroad, non-governmental organisations or similar). In case of doubt, you are welcome to send us such statements for examination before submitting your application. In the case of Afghan and Ukrainian nominees, a self-report on their at-risk status is sufficient.

Researchers who have already received sponsorship under the Philipp Schwartz Initiative or who have access to residence in safe countries due to dual nationality or other circumstances (e.g. marriage to an EU citizen) are not eligible for sponsorship; the same applies to German citizens. Multiple nominations of one and the same individual by various potential host institutions are not permissible.

  • concept describing the strategy for hosting researchers at risk (institutions that applied successfully in a previous round do not need to re-submit)

  • application for a Philipp Schwartz Fellowship, including all required documents

  • in the research fellowship programme line: fellowship calculation (in the contract employment programme line a lump sum will be calculated)

  • financial plan

The application must be signed by a member of the executive of the applicant institution (executive board, rectorate or similar) and sent by the project leader, password protected, to schwartz-initiative[at] Unfortunately, we are unable to accept electronic signatures, but we can accept documents that have been signed by hand and then scanned.

In view of the vulnerability of electronic communication and the sensitivity of the data transmitted, we urgently request that application documents be encrypted in e-mail correspondence. Alternatively, you can provide the documents via secure download link.

  • the concept of the host institution

  • the professional fit between the guest and the intended scientific mentor (also with regard to the research project)

  • scientific qualification of the guest

  • commitment of the host institution to the nominated person

  • concrete support measures on the part of the host institution and the mentor

  • perspectives for the time after the end of the funding



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