Archive for March, 2016
In today’s competitive economy, job seekers need every advantage they can get in order to land their dream job. With college degrees becoming less valuable than they once were, it’s important for applicants to make themselves stand out above the crowd through any means necessary. To appear as desirable as possible in a job interview, it’s important to display self-confidence. The easiest way to look and feel more self-assured is through having a bright, healthy smile. Cosmetic dentistry is becoming increasingly common among American adults as more and more people re-enter the workforce and need a healthy smile to help them achieve their career goals. Is cosmetic dentistry right for you? Check out these facts below.
In a recent survey, the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons found tha
The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but there sure is a lot that can be learned from a person’s smile as well. Your smile is one of the main features that best expresses who you are. And most people want to hang on to a healthy smile as long as they possibly can. About 96% of adults surveyed claimed to believe that an attractive smile can make a person more desirable to potential suitors. And a survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry stated that over half of the adult population in the United States think that a person’s smile is one physical attribute that continues to remain attractive as we grow older. Whether it is a matter of being attractive or being healt
How is your sleep? If you live in the U.S., chances are it could be better: roughly 50 to 70 million adults suffer from a wakefulness or sleep disorder. Inadequate sleep is bad news, not only for your mood but your health as well. Remedies to improve sleep can vary from special nighttime rituals, sleep-inducing teas, and colder thermostats. If you have sleep apnea though, you will need something more, perhaps such as a mouthpiece for sleep. While your doctor may have recommendations for your specific sleep woes, read below for a few tips in what to look for in a sleep apnea mouthpiece.
About 18 million adults deal with sleep apnea every night. They may even have up to 60 apneas in
Going to the dentist is nobody’s idea of a fun time, that’s understandable. However, if you can find a family dentist that you trust and is good with your kids, it can make all the difference. Dentistry is an interesting profession and I’m sure dentists see all kinds of interesting situations as people hype themselves up to sit in their chair. It can be amusing but it can also be frustrating at times, especially if the poor dentist is busy or running behind and the patient can not seem to get their head around the appointment! However, a patient dentist makes all the difference. Here are some characteristics to look for when searching for your soul mate in the dentistry world.
You see a dentist because they can fin
Citizens of Iowa, get ready — you may need to wait a while before your next dental appointment. According to officials, smaller towns will be the first hit by Iowa?s aging dentist demographic — more than 50% of dentists in the state are expected to retire soon. Experts point out that when dentists move from rural communities into big cities, it can often encourage a downward health spiral for those areas that have to deal with a dental shortage.
Dentists Aren?t as Interested in Rural Communities
Part of the issue, according to a local dental office manager Lois Kern, is that dentistry itself is changing — many dentists are going into corporate dentistry, in part due to the high costs of opening practices in small communities. As the price of education continues to rise, m
It would certainly be nice if your kids were enthusiastic about the latest in pediatric dental care, and were on board with you helping them develop solid oral hygiene practices and habits. But the truth is, kids tend to resist it as much as they can, and its up to the parents to try to make sure the dental hygienist isn’t disappointed the next time you go to see the pediatric dentist.
Indeed, kids oral health is actually a much bigger problem than you might have realized. About one in every four kids has never been to the dentist