Nights are a little cooler, and I noticed this morning sunrise came a little later; which means Back-to -School is right around the corner. There are endless lists of school supplies and new clothes and back packs. PUT A NEW TOOTH BRUSH AND FLOSS TOOLS FOR KIDS, AND MAYBE A TWO MINUTE TIMER, ON THAT LIST AS WELL!
No matter how busy you are, consider visiting your dentist for an annual Back-to-school check up. Studies have shown that dental problems cause frequent school absences. Regular dental checkups prevent toothache, bad breath, and tooth decay. A regular dental check up may save you money on future dental expenses for untreated problems. Take care of it now, while they were young… an ounce of prevention as they say. Even kids with good oral hygiene habits miss some of the tartar that builds up daily on teeth, this hardens into plaque that can lead to cavities and worse. Only a dentist or dental hygienist have the tools to conduct a proper cleaning and remove plaque and tartar build up. Check to see if your Dentist offers a Back-to-School dental special, and make that appointment!
Mary Tyler Moore isn’t the only one with a mouthful of veneers. But you knew that. (But did you know Joan Jett wrote the Mary Tyler Moore, “Love is All Around” TV Show theme song?**)…anyway back to the point: The power of Cosmetic Surgery, including veneers, can be life changing; as stated on arizonafamilydental.com.
When you think of Tom Cruise, you think of his great smile: big white teeth in perfect alignment, a grin that dazzles you again and again. It might surprise you to know that one of Hollywood’s biggest stars didn’t always have that million-dollar mug. Cruise is one of many celebrities who’ve gone to a cosmetic dentist to change the appearance of their teeth.
The star of “Mission Impossible,” “Top Gun” “Risky Business,” and a slew of other hit movies started his career with discolored, out-of-alignment teeth. Teeth whitening and straightening apparently, weren’t enough. Since those early years, the Scientology devotee has reportedly upgraded to a mouthful of veneers.
** Just encase I got you thinking…..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4tkLy9AaD4
You Tube and its impact on current affairs now has its ultimate mouth piece… Oh My Vlog magazine, which launched today. Inside it has everything you need to know about your favorite YouTube vloggers – from Zoella to Tyler Oakley – and their fans.
Cool Jaw has long relied on You Tube to communicate with Doctors and Customers alike. Check out Cool Jaw® TV our You Tube channel. Gain product knowledge and insight to current topics of interest.
Don’t take our word, take our customers’ Cool Jaw® has enjoyed a favorable working relationship with our customers for nearly twenty years.
We pride ourselves on our excellent service, close attention to detail, and quality products. Over the years we have found our best selling points come from the customers themselves.
On our home page you can view video that will briefly walk you through the Cool Jaw System and introduce you to three of today’s leading oral surgeons. Listen to their unbiased testimonials and learn why Cool Jaw® is setting the standard for cold therapy within the oral surgery field.
Cool Jaw® products are ideal for wisdom teeth extractions, reconstructive jaw surgery, implant surgery, maxillary and mandibular trauma, and genioplasty, as well as facelifts and TMJ pain. Virtually all Orthognathic Surgical Procedures as well as Maxillary or Mandibular Osteostomy would benefit from the healing relief Cool Jaw offers.
In addition less common applications would include:
- Maxillomandibular Advancement – surgical treatment and/or splinting sleep apnea
- Chronic facial pain disorders
- Frenectomyi-the removal of a frenum in the mouth.
- Diastema Surgery – removing gaps in between teeth
- Neck Cancer surgery and reconstruction
- Removal of lower facial cysts or tumours
- Revision of lower facial scars
- Debridement of wounds over lower face
The Cool Jaw® System is a combination of Compression and Thermal Therapy. Each jaw wrap is available with your choice of two or four gel packs. Four: so that patients can rotate packs between freezings.
Our traditional Reusable Cold Therapy Gel Packs freeze solid and remain cold for over an hour. Meanwhile, our Reusable Hot / Cold Therapy Gel Packs remain pliable when frozen and can also be heated.
Cool Jaw T-430 Soft-sided Gel Pack – 4” Dia.
CoolJaw® Soft-sided Round Gel Packs are ideal for a variety of cold therapy applications, such as use after tooth extraction, injections, pain from braces, TMJ pain and following oral surgeries.
These sturdy, reusable gel packs remain flexible when frozen and provide uniform cold therapy. Features one soft-sided surface that shields the skin from direct contact with the frozen pack.
These 4″ round gel packs are convenient, comfortable and economical
– not to mention a great marketing tool! (50/case)
Colors: Pink Ice, Kiwi, Cool Blue, Mango, Grape and Vanilla.
Personalize with your logo to create Your Frozen Business Card ™
We now offer New Sterling and 14K Lux Packs! Gold and Silver inks have been added to our one color imprinting. As always, full color imprinting also available.
Pricing so cool, it’s hot!
One color customization…… $1.20
Full color customization …….$1.40
Call for your free sample and bulk pricing 877-411-7009
Viola! Healing is no longer without options.
For years there was no choice…if you needed a bandage it was white and keeping it white was no easy feet. Cool Jaw introduces the T-800C TMJ/Facial Wrap with Chin Cup – now available in Black!
CoolJaw® jaw wraps are ideal for immediate use following wisdom tooth removal, reconstructive jaw surgery and dental implants. They are also great for use with TMJ and any other oral and maxillofacial jaw surgeries that require jaw compression and cold therapy.
Remember Michael Jackson’s Black or White Bandage statement? Apparently while shooting Black Or White one of the crew members had hurt their arm and Michael said can I borrow your arm bandage….Viola! It’s black or white fashion.
Cool Jaw’s Black face wrap may not top Michael’s “Black and White” Statement but it sure beats the following:
Cleaning a fresh blood stain is always preferable to a dried one. Usually, a quick rinse or soak with cold water will do the trick before the stain sets in. But many times, blood will set long before you even know there is a stain.
So on the occasions where you’re dealing with a set-in stain, here are a few tried and true methods to removing dry blood stains.
Vinegar has amazing cleaning powers, and is an incredibly inexpensive way of dealing with many household messes. Vinegar tops the charts for curing dried blood stains because it’s been proven to get out the worst stains, like those that have already gone through the dryer!
- If the stain is small, pour some vinegar in a bowl and submerge the stained area for about 30 minutes, then take a peek and see what is remaining and if it needs more time to soak.
- If the blood stain is larger, lay a towel under the stained area then soak with white vinegar and let sit for 30 minutes. Repeat if necessary until the stain is removed.
- Wash as usual but don’t put in the dryer until you are positive the stain is gone.
Another tried and true product for cleaning dried blood stains is hydrogen peroxide. Simply pour the hydrogen peroxide directly onto the stain and let sit for a about 5 to 10 minutes, then blot it with a clean sponge or rag. Although it works great on whites, for colors, make sure you start with a drop in an inconspicuous part of the clothing first to make sure that it won’t ruin the color.
Hydrogen peroxide will turn to water when exposed to light so wrap the area with plastic wrap (so it won’t be absorbed) then cover with a towel.
Ammonia will take dried blood out of anything as quick as a flash. However, it might take everything else with it. Again, with whites, ammonia is an easy solution, but you may want to use another method for any colors. But if all the other methods have failed, try ammonia. A big blood stain that won’t come out of something will be as ruined as one that’s been cleaned with ammonia, so you might as well try it as a last resort.
Tips for Treating a Dry Blood Stain:
- As a first option, soak in cold water overnight then move on to other options.
- Before treating, don’t leave a clean section of clothing under the stain. Move it out from under the stain or when you treat the stain it could transfer to a clean area of clothing.
If you’re not sure how a stain remover will react with your clothing, test in an inconspicuous spot first for colorfastness.*