If you’ve been to see Dr. Daniel Vinograd, San Diego’s experienced and dedicated holistic dentist, there’s something you need to know: He’s moved from Alpha Dental to a beautiful new facility called Brighton Gentle Dental, located at 10450 Friars Road, Suite G in San Diego.
At the new place you’ll find state-of-the-art facilities, beautiful surroundings and some other important features that make it the right place for you to turn for your San Diego dentist:
- more than enough FREE parking for everyone
- easy freeway access
- convenience of being just three miles from his previous office
- easy access to your old patient file, moved securely from Alpha Dental.
The complete new address — including a new dedicated phone number — is:
Brighton Dental San Diego
10450 Friars Road Suite G
San Diego, CA 92120 (map)
Put Dr. Vinograd To Work For You
Dr. Vinograd works hard for his patients, and if you aren’t already one of them you can be soon. Just contact the office for your first appointment. Our prices are affordable on most budgets. Plus, we accept most dental insurance, so please call to ask us if we accept yours.
With decades of experience and the latest tools at his disposal, Dr. Vinograd is 100 percent committed to pain-free, non-toxic dentistry, total safety and modern practices. This means he uses:
- digital x-rays for complete convenience and the least possible exposure to radiation
- diagnostic lasers for accurate diagnoses in moments
- no-drill fillings whenever possible
- injection-free dentistry when it can provide great results
- mercury-free and nonmetallic fillings, bridges, onlays and crowns
- invisible brace to help you avoid embarrassment when wearing braces at any age
- and much more.
Dr. Vinograd Is No Longer At Alpha Dental
Don’t forget: Dr. Vinograd is no longer at Alpha Dental and now works for his patients at Brighton Gentle Dental. And his commitment to you is even stronger than ever. Plus, he’s even more committed to safe, non-toxic and biocompatible dentistry than ever. But that doesn’t limit the services he can provide. You can find all the services at Brighton that you’d find at any other dentist’s office — just with less pain, fewer toxins involved and more compassion from the doctor.
Procedures available include:
- porcelain onlays, veneers, crowns
- porclelain-fused metal bridges
- tooth-colored fillings
- implant services
- treatment and removal of gingivitis
- scaling and root planing
- bone grafts
- Invisalign braces
- and many other services and procedures too.
Dr. Vinograd Serves You At Brighton Dental
Forget about parking hassles, difficult access and any other issues you may have had with Alpha Dental. Now Dr. Vinograd is pleased to serve you at his beautiful and modern new office, designed just for him.
When you visit Brighton Gentle Dental, you’ll soon see that Dr. Vinograd’s commitment to great services, personal attention and a friendly atmosphere extends to everyone who works with him. From the moment you step in the door, you’ll know that everything just seems right. The move from Alpha Dental to Brighton Gentle Dental is suiting him well.
Ongoing exposure to hazardous chemicals like those found in many commercial toothpastes isn’t smart. Instead, turn to a fluoride-free toothpaste from a maker you can trust. Or better yet, make your own toothpaste using simple ingredients you can pick up today. Soon, you’ll see that the best toothpaste is one you make yourself and know you can trust.
Trusted Fluoride-Free Toothpaste Makers
It isn’t just fluoride you should be trying to avoid. Many commonly used chemicals have been shown to be toxic, including triclosan, PEG-12, FD&C Blue, propylene glycol, sodium hydroxide and BHT. In addition, you really don’t want to use toothpastes with sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium saccharin, carrageen, sorbitol or manganese gluconate.
A few brands make fluoride-free toothpastes that don’t have the chemicals above. But read labels. Formulas change all the time. Makers you may be able to trust include:
- Tom’s of Maine, part of Colgate
- Kiss My Face
- The Natural Dentist
- Natures Gate
… and only a few others. Not sure you can trust the products from any company with your health? There’s a better way.
Your Own Homemade Toothpaste
The best toothpaste you’ll ever use is one you make yourself from a small and trusted list of ingredients. In fact, there are only FOUR ingredients in our toothpaste recipe, no chemicals and you can use it confidently. Here’s exactly how to make it:
Homemade Toothpaste: Melt a half cup of non-hydrogenised virgin coconut oil over low heat in a small pan. Once melted, add 2 or 3 tablespoons of baking soda or 1 tablespoon of fine pumice plus 15 to 20 drops of cinnamon or peppermint essential oil and some Xylitol to taste. That’s it. That’s all.
Cool this toothpaste before use, and store it in a glass jar.
Homemade Toothpaste: It Just Makes Sense
If you want to do something right, do it yourself. If you want a good fluoride-free toothpaste that will probably serve you well, consider one of the brands mentioned above. If you want the best toothpaste you’ve ever used that tastes good, feels good and works well, however, why not make your own?
Studies are inconclusive about just how bad for you some chemicals found in toothpaste are, but there’s no reason to take a chance when making your own is so easy. And with potential reproductive and developmental side effects as well as dry mouth symptoms and allergic reactions at stake, avoiding chemicals is the right thing to do.
It’s so simple, it just makes sense.
Protect your health and your family’s health by making a smart decision about your toothpaste. When combined with making intelligent decisions regarding food choices and other health and beauty products, it can make a real difference you’ll feel every day.
– written by Ari Vinograd
Original article: http://besttoothpaste.net
Mold spores are common in dust and harmless in small amounts and are vital to the ecosystem, helping to break down dead organic matter. However, in large enough concentrations, they can be hazardous to health, causing respiratory and allergic reactions. Some types of mold, referred to as “toxic mold”, also produce mycotoxins that can pose a host of health problems, including neurological conditions and, in rare cases, death. Mold exposure can cause many symptoms, including respiratory symptoms, eye and skin irritation, and headaches.
Mold spores are found everywhere and can grow on nearly any surface, provided there is sufficient moisture, something to feed it and anywhere from a day to ten days undisturbed. Many building materials happen to also be great food sources for molds, as is dust. Provided there are no moist conditions for mold to grow, it normally is not found indoors at levels high enough to affect most people.
Mold has a way of growing out of control before it’s ever noticed, simply because it often starts growing in a hidden area, such as behind walls or under flooring. For this reason, it is vital to always clean up spills and fix leaks quickly. It is also important to be alert for water damage and possible mold growth after a big storm or any flooding. If you have any signs of water damage on your walls, ceilings or floors, or you notice a musty odor, you may have mold. Use caution and consider protective gear when investigating to protect against exposure.
In most cases, a thorough and careful visual assessment is sufficient to determine whether mold is present and how extensive the problem is, although removal of mold should be done professionally. In some cases, if a household member is showing symptoms of mold exposure that isn’t apparent, samples of the air or surfaces can be taken and analyzed by professional mold inspectors to provide information about possible mold contamination. Samples may also be done after mold remediation to ensure the mold has been completely removed.
In some cases, you may be able to remove mold yourself. In cases of extensive mold growth, mold in HVAC systems, extensive water damage or contaminated water, you may need to contact a professional. If you decide to handle it yourself, be sure to use protective gear to protect yourself from exposure.
The first step to getting rid of it is to get rid of the moisture that allows it to grow. Unless you get rid of the moisture, the mold will only regrow.
The next step is to kill and remove the mold. On hard surfaces, a good scrub with diluted bleach or detergent and water, followed by thorough drying is usually sufficient. On absorbent or porous surfaces, removal can be trickier, and some items and materials may need to be discarded. If in doubt about how to clean an item, contact a specialist for advice.
To make an appointment for Invisible Braces in San Diego with Dr. Vinograd, call (619) 382–3884.
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Botox can be a vital addition to any aesthetic practice. No other single anti-aging treatment or beauty treatment capable of erasing fine lines and minimizing wrinkles, effectively slowing the effects of aging, as rapidly as Botox. As the baby boomer population grows older, the demand for anti-aging treatments in general, and Botox in particular, increases.
It will come as no surprise that Botox is the leading anti-aging treatment in the United States. As a brand name, Botox is widely recognized as an effective anti-aging treatment that needs no time to recuperate.
Why get trained in Botox?
- Continuing education credits – Getting trained in administering Botox is a great way to meet your continuing education requirements while learning something new and exciting. Botox training can be done in one day, or can be part of a more comprehensive program of anti-aging education lasting as long as 12 days.
- Can be done in a weekend – If you are having trouble fitting continuing education into your hectic schedule, Botox certification can be had in as little as a weekend. Weekend training generally includes training in Dysport and dermal fillers such as Juvederm.
- Insurance – Or more accurately, no insurance hassles. Most insurance doesn’t cover Botox as a cosmetic treatment. Botox typically runs about $500 per treatment, a price many patients are willing to pay even without insurance, especially considering they can have it done on their lunch hour and go right back to work.
Cosmetic specialists are specially trained in treating the area of the face and neck using a number of different treatment options including:
- Injections of Botulinum Toxin for minimizing wrinkles as well as for treatment of migraines and pain caused by TMJ disorders and teeth grinding
- Dermal fillers, such as Radiesse and Restylane
- Non-surgical cheek lifts, face lifts, and reduction of jowls and pre-jowl grooves.
- Augmentation and sculpting of the lips and cheeks
- Facial treatments involving Intense Pulsed Light, exfoliation, deep cleansing, massage, chemical peels and micro-dermabrasion
- Laser treatments, Sclerotherapy and Mesotherapy
So, why Botox?
Botox has been in use in the United States for over twenty years and has been proven safe and effective for use in anti-aging and pain relief. The advantages of Botox are significant and include ease of administration, no recuperation time, effects are visible in just a few days and last for months, few or no side effects.
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