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    Clear Aligners

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    How Clear Aligners Can Bring In More Revenue for Your Practice Orthodontics is a booming market worth 11 billion per year. Additionally, lots of orthodontists are expected to retire soon. Increased demand and limited supply means the industry should become even more lucrative in the upcoming years. Clear aligners are one of the major growth engines of the orthodontics boom. Clear aligners are a treatment used in place of braces to straighten a patient’s teeth. Their robust perks make them favored over braces by many consumers. Ever since their introduction, they’ve gained popularity. The Benefits of Clear Aligners The biggest perk that consumers love is that clear aligners are, well, clear. They are difficult to see. Many customers don’t like braces, and they think this treatment makes them unattractive to their peers. Clear aligners have the perk of being practically invisible, a benefit that consumers crave. This allows consumers to smile more comfortably, and it improves their confidence while undergoing treatment. Yet, that’s not the only reason clear aligners are sought after these days. They have other benefits besides their transparency. Another perk of clear aligners is they require less maintenance than braces. With clear aligners, the customer needs less visits to the dentist office. They can do some of the maintenance at home. An additional point of convenience is that clear aligners are removable. You can remove them at will, a perk which allows you to eat and…

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    treatment was overcome by the long-term implementation of a orthodontic retainer. Having results show the effectiveness of maintaining the stability of the repaired and modified dentition.1 However, effective results came with a price of possible failures, increased plaque and calculus accumulation, thus leading to a greater risk of negative gingival outcomes.1 Another consequence seem to appear with fixed retainers, these include, unwanted migration, wire, or bond complications. These…

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    “Finding my Retainer” It was eighth grade when I lose my brand new retainer in the cafeteria. I only had them for one day! My parents told me to be very careful about them when I ate, and so I was. At lunch, I ate a peanut butter sandwich and laid my clear retainers on my tray where I would see and remember them. The bell rang and it was time to go to social so I threw away my food and guess who forgot their retainers? Me. Once I got to class thirty minutes later from social, I finally realized…

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    RE: Retainer agreement for Harvey Sample divorce. Harvey Sample, This retainer agreement is intended to secure our relationship as required by the Business and Professions Code section 6148. Please review the agreement below and advice if acceptable. Please keep in mind this agreement will not be valid until the agreement is fully executed. 1. This agreement is between Archer Law Offices and Harvey Sample. 2. General Nature of Assistance- Archer Law Office will assist Harvey Sample with the…

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    Baking Soda

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    How to properly care for your retainer Retainers are one of the essential pieces for brace after care. Properly used, retainers will keep your teeth straight and prevent them from going back to their old habits. Therefore, it is important to keep them in working order, hygienic and clean. As the premier orthodontist in Squamish, I would like to share the following tips with you to help you keep your retainer in the best condition possible. Baking Soda Baking soda is one of the oldest remedies…

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    Morally Unworthy Lawyer

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    I Introduction. This paper provides critical and logical answer of why a lawyer “with a conscience” should refuse to act for a client whom he or she judges to be morally unworthy with supporting applied legal ethics approaches. There are four parts to this paper. Part I briefly introduces what the paper is about. Part II will critically analyse why the lawyer should accept to represent for a client if the client judges to be morally unworthy and how the applied ethics theory and approaches used…

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    The Book of the Samurai The Book of the Samurai was dictated by Yamamoto to his scribe. It was written to bring back and strengthen the samurai ethic and spirit. He felt that the samurai were becoming too tame during peacetime and protested in the Book of the Samurai. It also reflects the changed circumstances of the warrior class after the end of Japan’s century of civil war. The samurai must be selfless and loyal to his retainer. They must be able to judge when their retainer is ready to…

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    Wearing Braces In College

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    One of the first physical features people tend to notice about me is the invisible retainer that covers my teeth. The retainer casts a shiny glare that is so noticeable it makes the invisible in its name seem inapposite. Most high schoolers have them as a result of wearing braces. Most high schoolers also tend to just wear theirs at night. Because I am the lucky individual that I just so happen to be, I am required to wear mine during the day, every day. It is crucial that I do this because I…

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    Ethics Paper On Euthanasia

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    represent a client whose interest are directly averse to the immediate interest of an other client. One might argue that this rule would extend to representing a client and your own personal conflicts. In order to be certain that your client is getting fair and equal treatment they must be advised of this conflict so that they can make an informed decision. In paragraph 31 of this decision, the court found that a firm cannot act for a client whose interests are averse to those of an other…

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    Each is armed with a rifle, and each intends to use it because no interlopers will interfere, but not without some parting words of vengeance and hatred. Before either can speak, however, a sharp blast of wind tears from the ground the giant beech tree under which they stand, pinning them underneath. After the impact and first physical shock that leaves them speechless, Ulrich and Georg realize that they are both still alive, and they pick up their conflict in words rather than rifle shots.…

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