Monthly Archives: December 2016

Star Titan Scalers – Repairs You Can Do In-House

The Most Common Failure of the Star Titan Scaler is the Rotor – and this is a Repair you can make In House – Without any Special Tools or Equipment. If the Rotor Fails, the Star Titan Scaler emits a Low Pitch “Burbling” Sound and Power Reduces Dramatically. To Replace the Rotor: Scaler Disassembly Remove… Read More »

The Business of Running a Bed and Breakfast

Running a Bed and Breakfast ( "B & B") sounds great at 5pm rush hours in the streets of Manhattan during the cold of winter. The fact is it can be a real job. Let me give you a taste of what it's like in the life of a typical B & B owner. Imagine… Read More »

Tying a Company Mission and Vision Statement With a Guiding Principal

"Quality means the world to us" says Motorola. "The world on time" states Federal Express. "Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Value" says McDonald's Restaurants. Ever wonder where those great mottos for major companies come from? They are not mission statements, nor vision statements; not exactly an advertising slogan, though they can serve as an effective motto… Read More »

The Importance of Dental Care To Overall Body Health

Dental care involves taking good care of your teeth, gums and the related structures of the mouth. Dental care includes prevention and treatment of diseases of the gum and teeth, and also the replacement or repair of defective teeth. In many cases people may suffer from dental diseases due to sheer laziness and lack of… Read More »

5 Things Your Dental Hygienist Wants You To Know

You paid for a routine dental appointment and thought you were receiving care by a registered dental hygienist, but were you? Most states have strict laws governing the practice of dental hygiene and restrict anyone not properly licensed from providing dental hygiene services. But, it’s important to ask and make sure you are getting what… Read More »

Dyslexia History – This All Started Much Earlier Than You Think

Dyslexia History starts before the term dyslexia was actually attached to a learning disability. It dates back to 1869 when Sir Francis Galton, a psychologist (and half cousin to Charles Darwin) began looking into the individual differences in children’s academic abilities. Back in the time of Galton, neither Psychologists nor educators were investigating and making… Read More »

Is It Easy To Re-Break A Bone That Has Previously Broken?

Uncertainty is probably the first thing that comes into your mind after your doctor tells you that you have to undergo bone re-breaking. Yes, you are so bewildered and you may have plenty of what’s, why’s and how’s about this matter. What is bone re-breaking? How can it help? Why did the bone doctor or… Read More »

Top 9 Teeth Whitening Myths Busted and Common Questions Answered

Myth 1 – Teeth Whitening ruins your tooth enamel Not generally true! Professional Teeth Whitening product suppliers mostly use Hydrogen Peroxide or Carbamide Peroxide as the active ingredients in their tooth whitener gels. The chemical Hydrogen Peroxide (HO) is a bleaching agent which converts into water (HO) and releases an Oxygen molecule (O) in the… Read More »

Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) Explained

RDSP stands for Registered Disability Savings Plan. The RDSP works as a Canadian savings plan similar to the Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP). To be eligible for an RDSP, an individual must qualify for the Disability Tax Credit, and be under the age of 60. The disabled individual who receives the funds invested in the… Read More »