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    A FULL-TIME dental hygienist began making $7,200 a month from a side hustle that has since become her full-time job. After just three months of balancing both jobs, Erin Jump decided to take a chance when she quit her full-time job and set up her own permanent makeup application business at just 25 years old. 1Erin Jump's salary is now triple what it wasCredit: INSTAGRAM/columbuscosmeticink She founded Columbus Cosmetic Ink and now applies semi-permanent makeup for a living. Jump, had a yearly salary of $34,500 at her job doing marketing coordination for a dental office, according to CNBC. She began to really notice dental patients' brows during the pandemic when people's faces were obscured by masks. Jump began "reading people's emotions, particularly through eyes and brows." READ MORE SIDE HUSTLESGET PAID My 'faceless' side hustle can make you $10,000 a month - it's a 'cash cow' MO MONEY I've never had a real job - my side hustle makes me hundreds and pays me to shop This was the catalyst for her to research microblading, or...
    A Virginia mom went off the rails during a school board meeting Thursday when she threatened to bring a loaded gun to school if her kids were forced to wear face masks. Making matters worse, the woman, who appears to have little concern for health and safety during a pandemic, works as a dental hygienist. The Page County Public School board held a meeting on “opposing viewpoints” concerning COVID-19 precautions on Thursday evening. After a doctor from the Valley Health system presented updates on the pandemic and the importance of mask-wearing, a slew of parents made speeches advocating for face coverings. One mother—wearing a mask—said it prevented the virus from spreading and causing potentially fatal harm to her son. A man stood at the podium—also wearing a mask—saying that he was surprised that the county had to debate the measure after Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam implemented an executive order mandating masks in K-12 schools. Then, Amelia King of Luray, Virginia, stepped up to the podium as the first guest speaker not wearing a mask. For nearly two minutes,...
    It’s never really a bad time to invest in a new toothbrush (you should be doing this for sanitary purposes every few months by the way) or an at-home teeth whitening system, but today, you can score some dental best-sellers on Amazon for 38 percent off. If you’re out of your go-to Crest Whitening strips (was $48, now $27) or if you’ve never even tried them at all (trust us: they really do work and are totally worth it), now’s the time to add them to your collection and stockpile your backups while they’re steeply marked down. Plus, if you're new to the at-home LED whitening trend, it's a good time to make the investment while select kits are nearly 40 percent off. Crest White Strips Dental Whitening Kit Was $59.99Buy at Amazon$39.99Free Shipping | Free Returns Crest 3D Professional Effect White Strips Was $47.99Buy at Amazon$27.79Free Shipping | Free Returns As mask mandates gradually lift, we'll be showing off our smiles again— which means it's the perfect time to start working on your pearly whites while we're still...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Next month, the Mission Of Mercy free dental clinic is returning to Pittsburgh and organizers say it’s more needed than ever. READ MORE: Tunch Ilkin Remembered For Dedication To Light Of Life Rescue Mission According to Mission of Mercy Pittsburgh, 28 million American adults delayed dental care during the pandemic – either from a lack of insurance, fear of COVID-19 or because of the cost. This year, everyone involved in the clinic – patients and all volunteers – will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of the clinic. READ MORE: Canon-McMillan School Board Meeting Adjourned After Some People Refused To Wear Masks “We have time right now to get both vaccines shots in to make sure everyone knows now is the time to get the vaccine and get that process started because that will guarantee you access to the Mission of Mercy,” said Dr. Daniel Pituch, the Chief of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at UPMC Mercy and Shadyside. There will...
    Riverview Smiles Dental, located at 10389 Big Bend Rd. in Riverview, FloridaGoogle Maps Tampa Bay residents in need of dental care will have the opportunity to receive free services at Riverview Smiles Dental on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 8 a.m.-1:00 p.m. as part of a nationwide Free Dentistry Day. The dental care provided will include cleanings, fillings and extractions. The team at Riverview Smiles, along with support from Rivercrest Commons Family Dental, are taking the day to help improve the health of their community, and to address the fact that many Americans lack access to dental healthcare.  According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 108 million Americans are without dental insurance. “We understand that many people in our community and across the nation haven’t been to the dentist for a long period of time. Some don’t understand the importance of dental health, but more often than not, they don’t have the financial means,” Dr. Adam Feldman of Riverview Smiles said in a press release. “This event is a great opportunity for us to share our time...
    There will always be a demand for dentistry, but just because there is demand doesn’t mean that every private practice is automatically entitled to it. Dr. Nate Jeal, a successful, multi-location, practice-flipping dentist, knows that the best. Over the span of a few short years, Dr. Jeal, together with his wife Dr. Bao-Tran Nguyen, bought, grew, and sold multiple dental practices. Dr. Jeal’s choice to jump into the “deep end” inspired learning at a pace he never dreamed of. As Dr. Jeal explains, “Dental practice is not as transparent as it should be, and there are many apparent differences. Of course, you’ll want to be the best doctor you can be, but you’ll also need to learn how to run a company, develop and market your practice, and enroll patients in your philosophy of treatment, all on the same day!” Dr. Jeal entered the dental business full of energy and plans for a bright future. He thought that more was better, so he bought five practices in just two years. Instead of more, he got less of everything. “Even though...
    With a minimum of dental floss, Karol G came out to sing before thousands of people. Photo: Ethan Miller / . for LARAS Colombian singer Karol G once again makes social networks burn and her public, who could see her up close in the famous Baja Beach Fest that met in Mexico. There, Karol G came out to sing wearing a bodysuit that became a minimum dental floss and that quickened the hearts of thousands. Very removed from grief, Karol G he intoned several of his songs from the KG0516 album and posed in the middle of the stage to make some sensual movements and get on his back to go down to the bottom exposing his rear to the maximum to the use minimal dental floss which made it clear why she calls herself the most “Bichota”. The look was of course added to her long blue hair and knee-high boots. It also had a kind of pockets on one of the legs that gave it a more risky and aggressive outfit. ...
    Cardi B boasts minimal bikinis and even dental floss with her advanced pregnancy and turns on social networks. Photo: Kevin Winter. / . One more time Rapper Offset’s wife, singer Cardi B turned social media back on when publishing some hot bikinazos with tremendous dental floss who showed off his back while walking on the final stretch of your late pregnancy with your second child. All as part of promoting your new theme Wild side. In the first video, Cardi B has a green bikini with a mesh mini dress of the same color. Then he lets himself be seen from behind showing off a dental floss that could hardly be perceived. The rapper dances and moves sensually while sitting, as we remember that she is in the last stage of your pregnancy. Later he repeated the feat but changed the color of his wig and bikini. In this last opportunity, a much smaller golden color highlighted the exuberant curves of Cardi B including her pregnancy tummy, which will cease to exist very soon....
    Dentistry is a family affair for Dr. Sarah Murray, who runs Murray and Murray Family Dentistry in Sunnyvale with her dad, Dr. Randy Murray, and also works part-time with her husband at a dentist’s office in Mountain View. Sarah’s dog, Chloe, even has a part-time job at the Sunnyvale office. Chloe started her life on the streets of Puerto Rico. At 6 months old, she was living behind a food truck. Murray said Chloe was covered in fleas and unvaccinated when she was rescued by a worker from Copper’s Dream Animal Rescue in Sunnyvale, who was visiting family in the area. The rescue worker brought Chloe back to the South Bay, where Murray met her and took her home. Murray had been looking for a dog she could bring to the office to help calm anxious patients. She wanted a dog with a mellow, submissive demeanor who could provide emotional support to people during their visits. Chloe is a medium-size dog, with light brown fur on her back and tail and white fur on her face and chest. She looks...
    New York : With a transparent bodysuit-swimsuit that turned into a thong from behind and from a hotel room where she was 6 years ago, the Venezuelan Carolina sandoval it was unleashed in a witty and original way. This time he started his usual “I spent the night with Caro”From the bed, with his hair loose and he talked about how to maintain and / or enliven “The flame of love”. According to the Venezuelan, this is not always achieved by having a night of passion but quite the opposite, moving away so that routine and monotony do not reach them. For this, the former driver of Tell me what you know she showed off her imposing curves and was also accompanied by her two great loves, her daughters Barbara Camila and Amalia victoria. Yes, even though “The Poisonous” She looked sexy, it was a party for “the women of the house” to talk about different topics and especially so that Nick hernandez, partner and husband of the journalist, will miss her and could also have his free time....
    OAK BROOK, Ill. (WLS) -- Some tooth-worthy news.It appears the value of a lost-tooth is on the rise.A new Delta Dental poll found the tooth fairy shells out about $4.70 per tooth.The Oak Brook-based dental insurance company said it's the most in the 23-year history of the original tooth fairy poll.The previous high was $4.60 in 2017.The average price per tooth varies across regions.Delta Dental's survey was conducted between December 28th and January 8th with more than 1,000 parents of children ages six to 12.The value has more than tripled since Delta Dental began analyzing the Tooth Fairy's giving trends. A lot tooth in 1998 was worth just $1.30.
    With everyone wearing masks, shields and gowns, the waiting room closed and magazines nowhere in sight, your next trip to the dentist might be a little jarring. Although many businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, dentists have faced some of the biggest challenges because numerous procedures routinely use instruments that can create droplets and aerosols, posing potential risks of transmission. We spoke with Dr. Mandeep “Mona” Sidhu of Smile Line Dentistry in Antioch and Livermore about the challenges she and other dentists have faced in trying to make their offices and practices virus-free and assuring leery patients it’s safe to return. Q. How has the dentistry business been affected by COVID-19? A. “We were closed for two and a half months, starting on March 16, the day the shelter-in-place order came from the county and then we reopened on June 1 when the dental board cleared dental offices for regular patients. During the closure, we were seeing emergency cases only. Like once a week we’d go in and see two or three patients who were in pain;...
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    SAN ANTONIO – A special thank you is underway for our military members. Next Thursday, Oct. 8, marks this year’s Freedom Day USA. The idea behind the celebration is to provide free services and products to veterans, active military and their families. Joining the thank you movement for the first time is Dr. Kye Mallornee’s Restoration Dental in Northwest San Antonio. “This is our first time, but we’re really excited to (participate),” Mallornee said. Mallornee is shutting down his practice to the general public for 12 hours in order to focus his time and efforts to those who have sacrificed much more. “We’re in San Antonio, and the community has really kind of invested in us,” Mallornee said. “We want to give back. That’s all it really comes down to. I mean, these members, men and women, do this on a daily. I think we can sacrifice one day.” Free preventative dental care, including teeth cleanings, extractions or fillings, will also be available to spouses and children of our military men and women. “We’ll take our radiographs, do an...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s time for Julie Hulbert’s annual dental check up. “If they are taking the precautions the CDC requires, I think everybody should be safe,” says Hulbert. The World Health Organization differs. Its recommendation — postponing nonessential dental visits for things like cleanings and cosmetic procedures. The concern is the prolonged face-to-face time and aerosols — droplets from the mouth created during dental work. Droplets that could spread coronavirus. “Absolutely, they certainly can, and I can see why there’s been concern about that,” Dr. Steven Crandall, of South Hills Dental Arts, said. Dr. Crandall channeled his concern into beefing up precautions. “Starting with our personal protective equipment, to having them wait in the parking lot until it’s time for them to come in. We have them rinse with Oracare, which kills all viral particles in their mouth,” he said. He uses filters, anti-microbial sprays and an ozone machine. “It does take us time to turn rooms around and get them ready for another person. This may be the new normal,” Dr. Crandall said. Because of all of...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Temperature checks are not reliable for COVID-19 screening, Dr. Anthony Fauci advised during a Facebook Live with Walter Reed Medical Center."We have found at the NIH, that it is much, much better to just question people when they come in and save the time, because the temperatures are notoriously inaccurate, many times," he said.As schools reopen, temperature checks have been highlights by many administrators as a protective measure.Fauci said his temperature had read as high as 103 degrees after being outside in the hot summer air.Here are more of today's headlines:No delay in reopening NYC schools, mayor saysNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio held firm Thursday to plans to reopen the nation's largest public school system within a month, despite public concerns from teachers and administrators that it's too soon to ensure the safe return of students. The city is aiming for a hybrid reopening Sept. 10, with most of the 1.1 million students spending two or three days a week in physical classrooms and learning remotely the rest of the time. Parents were given...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY JASMINE PALMA Dental practices across New York City and the country shuttered their offices to the general public, offering their services exclusively to emergencies and urgent matters, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But as the city gradually reopens, dental practices are starting to resume operation. Dr. Richard Corbin of Corbin Dental was among many dentists forced to cut their general practice short. Despite this, he — along with Dr. Bruce Corbin — continued emergency care through the pandemic, seeing patients in East Elmhurst, Bayside and Oyster Bay. “There was emergency care and the patients were very nervous to seek care at the hospitals, especially Elmhurst Hospital with the extreme patient overload from COVID-19 during April and May,” Corbin said. “We worked with a number of staff that braved the way with us through the worst of the infections. We recently had a dinner out together and celebrated that no one of us got sick [and for] all the patients...
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