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Archive for November 14th, 2013

Do You Have Missing Teeth? Dental Implants May Be Your Best Option

Cosmetic dentistry procedures

If you are concerned about replacing missing teeth–a problem that affects 30 million U.S. citizens (as reported by the AAID)–you may want to consider cosmetic dental surgery administered by a private dentist who specializes in dental implants procedures.

In fact, IBIS World reports that there about 5,847 practices specializing in cosmetic dentistry in America. Additionally, 10% of all dentists in America provide dental implants, according to the AAID.

The reason that cosmetic dental implants make so much sense for people who have missing teeth is that the procedure itself is the only cosmetic operation that protects existin

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What You Need to Prevent Electrical Fires and Injury

Plastic inserts

Did you know that, every year, 1,000 U.S. men and women die from electrical accidents, and another 30,000 suffer from shock-related injuries? Handling electricity and wiring can be extremely dangerous. Frayed, damaged, or even live wires poses risks of fire and shock. What tools and equipment keep people safe from electrical accidents, at home and in a professional setting?

Conduit and Grommets

Handling electricity safely heavily depends on a certain amount of insulation. Conduit, for example, comes in rigid and flexible forms, and wraps around cables to protect them from the elements, sharp rodents’ teeth, and sometimes even harmful magnetism. The protective tubing can be used in thousands of different applications, including indoor, outdoor, at-home, and commercial use. Read more ...