Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Thursday, June 25, 2009
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Wednesday, June 24, 2009
According to the CTCA ( Cancer Treatment Centers of America) sun damage (among other contributors) is the leading cause of Lip Cancer. People with repetitive exposure to the sun are more likely to exhibit symptoms that can potentially lead to lip cancer.
For more valuable information about lip cancer and how to protect yourself from it, please check out http://www.cancercenter.com/lip-cancer.htm .
So on your way out to enjoy our beautiful summer weather don't forget sunscreen for your smile! Several companies offer lip balms with SPF 15 or greater and you can never use too much!
About 40% of five-year-olds have tooth decay and at least one in ten is treated with fillings. But evidence from the case notes of 50 dentists suggests fillings may not offer significant benefits.
Read more here..
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
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Thursday, June 18, 2009
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009
A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who specializes in preventive medical care, typically, but not limited to, focusing on techniques in oral hygiene.
Common procedures performed by hygienists include cleaning, scaling and root planing, taking of prescribed radiographs, dental sealants, and provide instructions for proper dental care.
Educational and licensing requirements in U.S. To become a dental hygienist in United States, you must graduate from a dental hygiene program, with either an associates degree (most common), a certificate, a bachelor's degree or a master's degree from a dental hygienist school that is accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA).
The dental hygiene process of care has five steps:
Assessing the patient: This includes, but is not limited to, a full review of the patient's medical history, necessary x-rays to be taken, a clinical exam, and a periodontal assessment.
Dental hygiene diagnosis: Assessing of data pertaining to a client's condition in terms that will help identify problems so as to lead to a creation of an order to apply available professional therapies. The diagnosis of disease in most jurisdictions may only be performed by the doctor.
Planning: creating a sequential treatment plan for the patient. The treatment plan will vary based on the patient's immediate needs.
Implementation: Carrying out the plan.
Evaluation: Determining the effectiveness of the work that was performed.
Over a period of months or years a dental hygienist may have his or her work evaluated several times, altering the diagnosis and plan numerous times as the client's condition changes.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
First off, let me answer the question of what a bleed is: A bleed is a printing term that refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the sheet of paper. In other words, the color runs off the end of the page and there is not a border.
Why is there an additional charge for a bleed? Running a job that contains a bleed adds a degree of difficulty to the job. It requires more steps, such as cutting and also requires the job to be ran on a larger sheet of paper. For example, if there a job that requires an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, with a full bleed, that job must be ran on an 11 x 17 sheet of paper and cut down so that the bleed exists. The charge is a result of having to use an 11 x 17 sheet of paper and the cost to cut that sheet of paper to correct size that the customer wants.
There a variations of bleeds:
Full bleed, (bleeds on all 4 sides)
3/4 bleeds, (bleeds on 3 sided)
1/2 bleeds, (bleeds on 2 sides)
1/4 bleed, (bleed on 1 side)
Regardless of the bleed variation, the larger sheet of paper is needed to run the job and it will need to be cut down.
If you have any questions about a bleed, or want to know if a job that you would like ran contains a bleed, please feel free to contact Savon Q Print at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Saturday, June 13, 2009
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Friday, June 12, 2009
Check out my article Chairside Chat with Dawn Lawler at http://www.savondentalplan.com/May_June%202009_Newsletter.php#2 to read more about this!
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
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Tuesday, June 9, 2009
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Monday, June 8, 2009
2 tablespoons Coconut Oil
3 tablespoons Baking Soda
5 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
5 drops Spearmint Essential Oil
A pinch of Stevia powder (as a sweetener)
These are all completely natural ingredients and tasty too!
Here is a link to the web page that I found the recipe on. It is an intersting blog site.
Friday, June 5, 2009
The CMYK color system is used in printing inks for paper. CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. (K is the printing code for the color Black.)
These 4 colors strategically mixed can create any color that you want. For example, the color Maroon to most people is a standard color. For that color to be used in a print job it must be mixed.
To make Maroon, the formula would be:
C=0%, M-100%,Y=100%,K=50%. That translates to No Cyan, 100% of Magenta, 100% of Yellow and 50% of Black. This formula is used by the press operator to correctly mix the desired color prior inking the press.
Most of the time these colors are mixed by running the paper through the press multiple times, applying a CMYK with each pass.
So next time you read the newspaper or magazine, look really close and at times you will be able to see the CMYK colors and how they are applied.
If if you would like to get costing on a 4 Color Process job, Please contact a Savon Q Print Account Manager at email@example.com.
Thursday, June 4, 2009
Being a provider for Savon not only helps the patient out by saving them money but also saves the provider from loosing another patient due to the cost of dentistry.
Visit Savon Dental's web-site to view our fee schedule for your area & information about maybe becoming a provider. There is no cost to you, so there is nothing to loose.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Your teeth have been cleaned, x-rayed and examined. You're ready to schedule your next 6-month check-up and be on your way. But instead, your dentist delivers some surprising news: you may have osteoporosis.
You may think your dentist is kidding, but that's probably not the case. Signs of osteoporosis can often be seen on dental x-rays and exams. Oral health and bone health can be directly related. Your dentist can find possible signs of osteoporosis by examining your jawbone, gums and teeth.
Although your dentist may suspect the disease, you can't tell for sure from an x-ray alone. To diagnose osteoporosis, you will need to see a doctor for a bone density test.
Read more on it here!
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Tea ~ Black tea is a terrible teeth stainer just as its cousin coffee.
Soy Sauce ~ It contains very strong discoloring agents and the sauce tends to stick to the teeth which allow the leeching of staining pigments deeper in to the teeth.
Curry ~ The herbs and spices used in the Indian curries are extremely chromogenic (color imparting) and are very likely to stain your teeth.
Red wine ~ Red wine contains polyphenols that stain your teeth. The alchohol in red wine is very acidic and also wears the enamel of the teeth.
Cola ~ Cola drinks not only stain and discolor your teeth but also erode enamel and cause tooth decay due to the harmful phosphoric acid, citric acid and sugar content in them.
To read a little more, information was found here...