You may carry your antibacterial wipes with you everywhere you go and use hand sanitizer gel frequently, yet you could be living in a home where toxic mold is growing and not even know it — or know it and not be worried enough to take action.
Mold in a home is something that causes so many homeowners worry — and with just cause.
It’s essential that you take mold as seriously as you do bacteria and germs. You wouldn’t eat molded food, yet perhaps you live in proximity to this toxic substance all the time. For many people, living around mold will eventually cause the symptoms of mold toxicity or mold exposure to show up. These can include things like sinus and nasal problems, a cough that never seems to go away and perhaps even problems breathing.
If you have these symptoms and can’t find a cause, it may be time to contact a mold removal specialist like our team at Orange Restoration for mold testing and perhaps mold removal.
You may consider tackling the problem of mold removal yourself, but it isn’t that easy to handle. You can grab some bleach, spray it on and watch the mold change colors. But that doesn’t necessarily kill the mold or prevent it from regrowing. It simply fades out the color. In most cases, physical removal of mold by scrubbing it away or removing the material that contains it is necessary. And that must be done in special conditions so that the mold spores aren’t released into the home to start growing again elsewhere.
When you choose mold remediation specialists like our team at Orange Restoration, the first step is testing to see whether mold is present and what type it is. Then, if necessary, mold removal can begin. For small amounts of relatively harmless mold, simple cleaning may be all that’s necessary to remove it. Even household cleaning products may be able to remove the most minor infestations, but some mold may be released into the air.
In more severe cases, deep cleaning is necessary. When a porous building material has been thoroughly infiltrated with mold, total removal of the material and replacement may be the best course of action. In the worst cases, all furnishings, tiles, carpets and other materials will need to be replaced. This may seem like drastic action, but it’s necessary.
The only way you can be sure you have thoroughly removed as much mold from your home as possible is to take drastic action and then test again to make sure mold spore levels have gone down significantly. When you take aggressive action, you can prevent regrowth of the mold and improve the overall health and quality of your home.
Of course, at the same mold remediation is taking place, you need to make sure that the conditions that allowed for the warm, damp, mold-friendly environment are remedied. This means fixing leaks and elimination source of humidity and water damage.
Once you’ve had mold removal done in your San Diego home, you can go back to enjoying it in whatever ways you like.
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More than 30,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year in the U.S., and an astounding 8,000 people die for this disease. Men are twice as likely to develop this disease as women, but no one is immune. And since the death rate from oral cancer is particularly high because of its frequent late discover, it’s important for denture wearers and everyone else to be on the lookout for the risk factors that make you more likely than the average person to develop this condition.
Tobacco usage. As many as 90 percent of people who get oral cancer use tobacco in one form or another. The longer you have used cigarettes, cigars, pipes or smokeless tobacco, the greater your risk.
Excess alcohol consumption. As many as 80 percent of oral cancer patients drink alcohol to excess. When you combine drinking with smoking, you are at a significantly increased risk of oral cancer.
Exposure to sunlight. Ultraviolet light exposure can greatly raise your risk of developing cancer of the lip in particular.
Age. Most people who get oral cancer are over 40, and the risk increases with age. More than 50 percent of oral cancer patients are over age 65.
Irritation. Especially important for denture wearers is limiting irritation that can lead to cancer development. Badly fitting dentures have been shown to be a risk factor for oral cancer, although the link is not firmly established.
To eliminate or reduce irritation as a risk factor, some choose to stabilize and improve the fit of their dentures with dental implants. Could today’s thin, narrow implant-supported dentures be the right choice for you?
Most people who make the decision to improve the quality of their lives by choosing implants to support their dentures never regret the decision.
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You have to take a certain number of continuing education hours each year. How do you decide where to invest your time and money? The answers are in our article ‘Dental Continuing Education Courses With Dentox‘, but here are some things to consider when making that decision.
- Where do your patients spend their discretionary income? Some of your patients may be spending thousands every year on Botox and dermal fillers and making a separate appointment at a separate office to do so. They’re at your office on a regular basis for checkups anyway. If they could get the treatments at the same time, it would save them time, and add to your bottom line. Win-win.
- Where do your friends spend their discretionary income? If your friends are getting these treatments, this indicates that there is a market for them in your area.
- How do you get started offering these procedures? Once you are trained and certified in administering the injections, simply let your existing patients know that you now offer the new services and that you learned from the world’s top practitioner.
- What does it cost to start offering these services? The live course is $1600, the online course is $700. Both are equally intensive and will give you the confidence you need to administer injections for a variety of situations. Botox and dermal fillers require no new equipment, your only investment after the training course is the actual product.
- After you take the course, how much do you stand to lose if you do not perform the procedure? Nothing at all except whatever you may have invested in product to get you started. Compared to a CT scan machine that easily costs six figures, the risk associated with your new investment is very low.
- What are the consequences of failure when compared to other procedures? The effects of these injectable treatments are temporary. The most common problem associated is that they don’t last long enough.
- Is a training course required to offer these procedures? Malpractice insurers typically require professionals to attend an approved program such as those offered at Dentox.
- What else can you do for your practice that will give the same return on your investment? The fact of the matter is, no other service or new procedure offers the same return on your investment of time and money as Botox. You spend thousands on another course, plus tens or even hundreds of thousands more on equipment and spend years paying it back, or you can spend less than two thousand and make it back the very first time you do the procedure.
Before you spend a bunch of money on training and equipment for something that you may not use, consider Dentox!
A course of training in Botox and injectable fillers is intended to train doctors, nurses, dermatologists, dentists and other professionals how to choose and how to administer the best type of treatment for a patient’s specific issue and desired result. At http://dentox.com/botox-training, you will learn how to administer Botox, Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, and other dermal fillers in various parts of the face to achieve a number of different outcomes. The training will be done by a specialist instructor with the help of a number of other specialists who will ensure that by the time you finish, you have a complete understanding of the areas of the face, how to determine whether a patient is a good candidate for the procedure, how to choose a product and techniques to administer the product in order to achieve any of the following goals:
- Reduce or eliminate lines between the nose and mouth
- Enhance and define lips
- Fill in hollow cheeks
- Enhance the cheekbone
- Reduce bags under the eyes
- Reduce the appearance of jowls and drooping around the jaw that often precedes them
- Enhance and define a weak jawline
- Reduce laugh lines and crows feet
- Reduce the appearance of scars
- Other advanced techniques, such as chin dimples and procedures involving the hands.
You will also gain a firm grasp of the various protocols specific to each product and use, including tips to ensure that you can adhere to a high standard of care for your clients. Each syringe of any of these products contains a particular amount of the product and your training course will show you how to strategize your placement of the product so as to get maximum results with minimum product. Your training course will provide you with a comprehensive grasp of what can and cannot be achieved with injectable dermal fillers as well as how to explain to your patients what kind of results they can expect from treatment. This comprehensive training will help you to successfully and profitably incorporate these products and procedures into your practice.
When you start providing dermal filler injections to your patients, you may quickly find that it turns out to be one of the most rewarding parts of your practice. Rapid, often striking and long-lasting results lead to patients who are satisfied and grateful to be looking younger and feeling more confident almost before they leave the office.
Full course Description at: Botox Training | Online Botulinum Toxin Eduction