Archive for October 3rd, 2013
Have You Lost Some or All of Your Adult Teeth? There Are Procedures That Can Help You!

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There are a number of myths about cosmetic implants dating way back to colonial times. For instance, George Washington, despite popular legend, did not have wooden teeth. Of course, that does not not mean that nobody had wooden dentures back then! Wooden replacement teeth were indeed used at one time. The first recorded instance of wooden dentures occurred in Japan during the 16th century. You could say that wooden teeth were the first types of dental implants!

From colonial times up through the 19th century, the majority of adults lost all or most of their teeth. These days, fortunately, this is not the case. Because of significant improvements in dentistry over the past 100 years, 90 o

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Will High Level Urgent Care Centers Become the New Health Care Norm?

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In the U.S. there are approximately 6,800 24 hour urgent care centers, and most of them are located within freestanding buildings. Each week, an estimated 3 million patients pass through the doors of these urgent care locations to see a variety of health care professionals, including urgent dental care providers. These patients are looking for help for a variety of health concerns, for example, upper respiratory problems, muscular sprains, gastrointestinal problems like food poisoning, fractured and broken bones, and even concussions. Somewhere around 66 out of 100 of medical urgent care ce

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Is a Natural Dog Food Diet Right For Your Furry Friend?

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Many suppliers tout the benefits of natural dog food diets, but what exactly is natural dog food? Some cans and bags of food list themselves as natural dog food, but then again some diets recommend making your pet’s food yourself while others recommend feeding your furry friend raw food. So which is it?

According to Pet MD, the term natural dog food on canned goods may not be what it seems. They write, “the term ‘natural’ is only acceptable in reference to the product as a whole when all of the ingredients and components of ingredients meet the definition. The use of the term ‘natural’ on the label is false and misleading if any chemically synthesized ingredients are present in the product.” It’s recommended that you use your best judgement, carefully reading the can’s ingredients, and decide

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