Certificate 12A, 137 minutes
Director: Francis Lawrence
Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth
At the beginning of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) is recovering from Peeta's (Josh Hutcherson) attempt to strangle her, although her throat is not in the best condition. The surviving Victors of the previous Hunger Games had been rescued from the Capital in events of the previous film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, but Peeta had been tortured and brainwashed during his captivity - "hijacked" - into thinking Katniss was the enemy and that he had to kill her. Peeta is still more than a little mentally unstabl
SUWANEE, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Suwanee, Georgia dentist, Robert A. Finkel, DDS, MAGD presented a seminar on Dental Sleep Medicine to Bajan dentists and staff in Bridgetown, Barbados on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Dr. Finkel spoke to a group of approximately 25 general dentists, orthodontists, and staff on the topic of Oral Appliance Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Dr. Vidya Armogan, President of the Barbados Dental Association, arranged this opportunity for Dr. Finkel to present this innovative concept in dentistry that will enable healthcare providers to help patients who suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), snoring and other manifestations of Sleep Disordered Breathing. It was truly an honor to introduce the concepts of Dental Sleep Medicine to this group of dental professionals, said Dr. Bob Finkel. My hope is that these principles are utilized and will provide improved sleep and better rest for the people of Barbados in the coming years.
Dental Sleep Medicine incorporates the use of oral appliances to help open the airway, allowing normal sleep breathing in those patients suffering from OSA who are unable to tolerate CPAP therapy. This less intrusive therapy for OSA has proven to be more accepted than CPAP treatment and is the latest in dental technology designed to maximize patient convenience and comfort during sleep.
Dr. Robert Finkel has been practicing dentistry in the Atlanta area for more than 33 years. He was a charter member of The Sleep Disorders Dental Society 30 years ago and is known for treatment in the fields of Comprehensive Restorative Dentistry, Dental Sleep Medicine, and TMJ/Facial Pain. Dr. Finkel is a Master in the Academy of General Dentistry and the recipient of the Academys Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition Award. He is also the author of Mini-Bites for a Mega Smile, (A Patients Guide to Dental Treatment) and several white papers on the relationship between oral health and systemic health. Dr. Robert A. Finkels office is located in Suwanee, Georgia. For more information, please visit www.bobfinkelsmiles.com.
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There are several reasons that lead to yellowing or staining, including diet, medications and smoking. Coffee, soda, tea and red wine are major offenders. However, even if these items were cut out of your diet, mature is a natural process that regrettably leads to dull, stained teeth.
The surface of the tooth is porous, so even with vigilant brushing, your teeth will stain over time. luckily, this damage is reversible with the teeth whitening technology now available. A brighter, whiter smile offers confidence and improves your entire physical appearance
There are certain health dental practices that you can adopt for keeping your teeth in good working condition for a very long
Are you amazed by how dental treatments work? Do you love seeing the before and after photos of dental patients who had severe cosmetic problems? If you have an innate interest in dental restorations and smile makeovers, you might want to become a cosmetic dentist. However, this isnt a simple process. Dentistry, even cosmetic dentistry, is a branch of medicine and requires years of education and practice before you can be recognized and licensed to work.
If you want to pursue cosmetic dentistry as a career or you just want to know more about it, here are the steps professionals need to follow to become a cosmetic dentist.
Step 1: Finish high school with good grades.
At first when we think about it about teeth whiting when any one asked about cosmetic dentist. But as a technology improve many services are available to do different things, the expertise behind whitening has advanced significantly from the past and can do wonders for the exterior of a patient's mouth. The little yellowing is a gradual process that mainly people don't even observe happening. You can come to know only by comparing your photos with other person's smile from a youthful age can you see the contrasting blemish from cigarettes, coffee and general life.
Cosmetic dentists also offer a high tech instant cure in tooth contouring. This service reforms a
Theo Bronchorst, a professional hunter, and Honest Trymore Ndlovu, a landowner, both Zimbabweans, said through their attorney that they were innocent of poaching charges, which officials said could bring a sentence of 10 years in prison.
Zimbabwean authorities said that Walter J. Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, paid at least $50,000 for the hunt. Palmer has said he relied on the expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt."
But the lion that he and his local guides killed wasn't just any lion, according to Zimbabwean officials.