A beautiful smile plays an important role in contributing to a positive self-image and leaves a lasting impression on the people you meet. Feeling insecure about stained or yellowish teeth can cause you to hide your smile from the world, and negatively impact your psychological outlook. At Atrium Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, your 90630 dental office, we use ZOOM! teeth whitening to effectively brighten your smile and give you the boost of confidence you need to thrive in social and professional settings.
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ZOOM! teeth whitening is a state-of-the-art approach to achieving teeth that are up to eight shades whiter in a one hour short visit to the dentist. Teeth may become discolored due to persistent exposure to certain foods, drinks and medications, as well as tobacco smoke. Factors beyond our control, such as aging, can cause teeth to lose their luster, as enamel begins to thin, exposing more of the yellowish, underlying dentin. Over-the-counter whitening products, sold at your local drugstore, promise to dramatically improve the whiteness of your smile, but often turn out to be difficult to use and a waste of money. The safest, fastest and most effective way to achieve a dazzling white smile is by visiting your 90630 dental office for a professional ZOOM! teeth whitening. During an in-office whitening procedure, your dentist applies a high concentration whitening agent to the surfaces of your teeth, where it breaks down stains to reveal a whiter smile. Your dentist can also provide you with customized ZOOM! whitening trays for you to use at home, for a more gradual approach, or to maximize and maintain the results of your in-office teeth whitening.
If you are going through a particularly busy time of life, it is common to experience stress. There are a number of ways stress can manifest itself in the human body, including exhaustion and increased/decreased appetite. For some people, stress can also can affect the eyes.
The mechanism behind why stress causes eye problems is slightly complicated. When a person becomes stressed, their body begins to produce a variety of hormones that increase heart rate and reduce blood flow to the extremities. These changes occur because the brain interprets stress as indicating a threat and as a result prepares to take action. Sometimes referred to as “fight or flight” response, this reaction by the body is not helpful in response to anything but a physical crisis.
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I’m not a veterinarian, and this is based on my own research, experience, and nutritional advice from my vet. This is in no way intended to be a detailed instructional guide on what to feed your furry friends. Please do your own research prior to changing diets and consult with a professional in pet nutrition.
Plant Sulfur 2018 partners with the international open access journal Plants (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/plants).
Authors of accepted abstracts attending the 11th International Plant Sulfur Workshop are invited to submit a full manuscript for possible publication to the special issue of the Journal Plants: “Advances in Plant Sulfur Research”
In this special issue articles (original research papers, perspectives, hypotheses, opinions, reviews, modeling approaches and methods) that focus on S metabolism and its regulation including biochemistry, physiology, genes, proteins, metabolites, nutrition and environment, at all levels comprising transcriptome, proteome, metabolome and epigenome studies, plant microbiome, sulfur use efficiency, sulfur interaction with nutrients and/or hormones, sulfur-status and plant health, senescence, whole plant studies, field trials and agronomics in model plants, crop plants, trees, aquatic plants and native species are most welcome.