Todd Morgan Dental Corporation Has Partnered with Sleep Data Corporation to Ensure the Best Oral Appliance Treatment and Maintenance for Patient Success

“In my new venture between Todd Morgan Dental Corporation and Sleep Data Corporation we will help over 30,000 patients in 2017-2018 with sleep apnea.” said Dr. Morgan

Todd Morgan Dental Corporation has partnered with Sleep Data Corporation to ensure the best oral appliance treatment and maintenance for patient success.

Dr. Todd Morgan, DMD, ABDSM is board certified in Dentistry and Dental Sleep Medicine. He is a clinician and researcher with more than 25 years experience in treating snoring and sleep apnea, oral appliance therapy (OAT) and maintenance. In his most recent venture Todd Morgan Dental Corporation partnered with Sleep Data Corporation last month to develop a revolutionary business model involving patented software offering patients a treatment pathway that will direct, monitor, coach and ensure the best protocol for patient success. At their new facility in Kearny Mesa, CA patients can get tested, and treated all in one location for their chronic sleep apnea. The process is easy, patients who are referred to Sleep Data Corporation are evaluated and take an easy at home sleep test to determine their best method of treatment. Although some patients use continuous positive airway pressure therapy (CPAP) this option is not a catch all for everyone, it is estimated over 30% of patients do not use CPAP. The patients who prefer using OAT meet with Dr. Morgan who has contracts with the top industry manufacturers and is able to offer a full range of treatment options so that patients feel empowered about decisions made about their healthcare. “Sleep Data helped 20,000 patients suffering from sleep apnea last year and with my new venture between TMDC (Todd Morgan Dental Corporation) and Sleep Data Corporation we will help over 30,000 patients in 2017-2018. Our core business values line up so it just made sense to partner together.” said Dr. Morgan.

As the pioneer in dental sleep medicine, Dr. Morgan does not stop at oral appliance therapy, he also takes the time to educate his patients about the importance of maintaining and cleaning their oral device. The proper care and maintenance of an oral appliance is essential in keeping the mouth guard working to its full ability, lasting a lifetime in many cases. Since it’s going into your mouth, it’s critical to remember that the mouth itself is one major portal in the body that can introduce bacteria, viruses… all kinds of unwanted microorganisms into the bloodstream. These can cause infections, trigger allergies or simply make you sick, not to mention that they put your mouth at risk for tooth and gum disease. For oral appliance therapy Dr. Morgan offers options such as the Narval, Herbst, EMA, and Micro so that his patients have choices as to what type of mouth guard they will get. But to maintain those appliances and keep them in like new condition, Dr. Morgan only uses one product: a revolutionary formula he calls Prodentclean.

Prodentclean is an oral appliance cleaner that is a 100% safe, non-toxic, concentrated formula using key ingredients such as empowered oxygen. In laboratory testing it was proven to kill 99.9% bacteria and effectively break down biofilm that forms on all oral appliances. Dr. Morgan invented this highly effective formula when he grew tired of watching his staff use masks and gloves when handling harsh chemicals to clean devices in their ultrasonic machine. Prodentclean is just as effective in deep cleaning appliances without discoloring or affecting their metal components. In 2016, Dr. Morgan began offering Prodentclean to patients, dental offices and labs where the feedback has been astounding. “ I have seen a lot of cleaning products used throughout the years, but none has been as safe yet effective in cleaning my clients mouth guards, and retainers. I was able to introduce Prodentclean to a dental practice who loved it so much they now use it in their office as well as sell direct to patients.” said Frank Madrigal – Founder True Function Laboratory.

According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, an estimated 22 million Americans experience sleep apnea. What’s more surprising is that they also estimate that 80% of moderate and severe cases go undiagnosed. Now with the partnership between Todd Morgan Dental Corporation and Sleep Data Corporation patients can feel confident they will not only find the correct oral appliance therapy and maintenance, but also be a part of the decisions related to their own healthcare.

For more information on Todd Morgan Dental Corporation go to: http://www.dentistryinencinitas.com

For more product information on Prodentclean: http://www.prodentclean.com

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AfterWords to Release New CX Software at the National Restaurant Association Show

“We have positive results from our pilot with a national franchise concept and have received pre-market interest from many restaurant and retail organizations,”said Drew Peloubet, CEO of AfterWords.

AfterWords, an intelligent customer engagement and survey software, announced today that it will be formally releasing its software platform at the National Restaurant Association Show. The National Restaurant Association Show is held annually and showcases technology, supplies, tools, and other items related to the hotel, restaurant, and hospitality industry. This year the show will be held at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, IL on May 20-23.

AfterWords previewed its software at the MURTEC 2017 trade show due to increasing interest from its current customers. The results from the preview of its Customer Engagement Software at the Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference in Las Vegas were an overwhelming success. AfterWords is an Intelligent Customer Engagement Software that helps service driven companies gain a complete picture of their customer’s perceptions. The software integrates transactional sales details, loyalty data, experience driven survey information, and customer recovery tools to improve customer experience and increase profitability.

“We are excited to be releasing our software at the NRA 2017 Show,” said Drew Peloubet, CEO of AfterWords. “We have positive results from our pilot rollout with a national franchise concept and have received pre-market interest from many restaurant and retail organizations.”

About AfterWords
AfterWords is an intelligent customer engagement and survey system that delivers questions based on transactional history. We integrate sales transaction and customer loyalty data to only ask the most relevant questions about a customer’s unique experience. Our patent pending process provides more relevant data, results in less survey abandonment, and provides actionable Insights. AfterWords has a patent pending on its engagement technology, has worked with several experienced experts and university professors to develop the software, and has recently completed a pilot rollout with a major hospitality franchise. Discover what your customers really think using AfterWords.

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Growth of Global Stevia Market to be driven by Increasing Demand for Plant-Based Sweeteners

Future Market Insights (FMI), with sharp focus on emerging regions, delivers key insights on the global stevia market in its recent report titled, “Stevia Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2014 – 2020”. According to the report, the global stevia market is projected to grow at a single-digit CAGR during the forecast period, accounting for US $ 565.2 Mn by 2020. Shifting consumer preference for natural sweeteners is a major factor driving growth of this market. Additionally, stevia extracts are finding increasing application in soft drinks and juices, ice creams and various other products. This is attributed to its high-intensity natural sweetness properties. Due to these factors, share of the stevia market is expected to account for around 15% of the overall sweetener market by 2020.
The global stevia market is sub-segmented on the basis of type into liquid, powdered and leaf form. The powdered stevia sub-segment is projected to account for around 65.4% share of the total stevia market by 2020, owing to ease of availability and use. The liquid stevia sub-segment on the other hand, is expected to record a CAGR of around 9.0% during the forecast period.

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All forms of stevia extracts are extensively used in end-use industries such as dairy, bakery, confectionery, beverages, packaged food, snacks and others. Increasing introduction of products with stevia-based sweetener ingredients in various end-use industries is expected to bolster growth of the global stevia market by 2020. Increasing popularity of such products owing to growing modern retail, urbanization, awareness and health concerns and changing preferences among consumers are major factors driving growth of this market.

Apart from application in the food and beverages industry, introduction of products with stevia-based sweeteners across end-use industries such as bakery and confectionery is expected to bolster growth of the global stevia market by 2020. Furthermore, the global stevia market is driven by the need for effective alternatives for artificial sugar-based products owing to changing consumer lifestyle, increasing product visibility in urban areas and approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for rebaudioside A as an ingredient in food products in European countries.

FMI analyst Vipassa K sheds light on why stevia extracts will become a mainstream ingredient in the global food and beverages industry in the near future. “Increasing demand for alternatives to synthetic or artificial sweeteners due to health concerns, coupled with rising demand for plant-based sweeteners is projected to fuel growth of the stevia market over the next five to six years,” she said.

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Furthermore, use of stevia extracts with other ingredients such as monk fruit as a blend to be used in various food and beverage products and increasing consumer preference for products with natural ingredient is a key trend expected to drive growth of the stevia market at a significant single-digit CAGR during the forecast period.

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TCN Unveils the “State of the Collections Industry” Report, Uncovering Technology Trends, Compliance Challenges and Future Outlook

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“Future-proofing is the name of the game in today’s collection agency, and this report shows that the overall industry is confident in the policies and evolving technology, yet has been slower to adapt their business models,” said Terrel Bird, CEO of TCN.

TCN, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based call center technology for enterprises, contact centers, BPOs and collection agencies worldwide, today announced the results of its “State of the Collections Industry” report, which reveals the collection industry executives’ views on technology, communications, regulations and future outlook. With the goal of understanding human sentiment and identifying the challenges collections professionals face, TCN surveyed numerous executives and owners at small and medium-sized collection agencies, collection departments and law firms that support the industry.

Despite industry consolidation and the challenges associated with new regulations in recent years, the report uncovers that collections industry executives feel positive about the future of their businesses and the industry as a whole. However, the findings also show that TCPA continues to be the most difficult regulation to navigate because of variations interpretations and application, coupled with the extreme costs associated with compliance failure.

Key Findings from the State of the Collections Industry report include:

Confidence in a Bright Future

While the results aren’t a clear landslide, most of the survey respondents expressed positive outlook for their own companies and the collections industry, in general.

How do you feel about the future of the collections industry as a whole?

  •     Extremely Positive: 17 percent
  •     Somewhat Positive: 35 percent
  •     Neutral: 35 percent
  •     Not Very Positive: 12 percent
  •     Negative: ~1 percent

How do you feel about the future of your company?

  •     Extremely Positive: 61 percent
  •     Somewhat Positive: 29 percent
  •     Neutral: 9 percent
  •     Not Very Positive: 0 percent
  •     Negative: ~1 percent

Confidence in Policy Adherence

Majority of survey respondents shared that they feel “extremely confident” or “somewhat confident” in their adherence to state and federal call center regulations. The positive sentiment is likely derived from businesses actively taking steps to protect communications and data collection processes.

Are you confident that your company is complying with state and federal dialing regulations?

  •     Extremely confident: 62.5 percent
  •     Somewhat confident: 30 percent
  •     Neutral: 7 percent
  •     Not very confident: ~1 percent
  •     Not confident at all: 0 percent

TCPA Remains a Dominant Concern

Though the survey results reflected an overwhelmingly positive sentiment towards confidence in policy adherence, respondents also shared specific concerns about compliance. A large percentage stated that they found TCPA regulations more challenging than others.

Which regulation is most challenging?

  •     TCPA: 41 percent
  •     CFPB Rulemaking: 18 percent
  •     FDCPA: 7 percent
  •     Other: 5 percent
  •     None are a challenge: 29 percent

Use of Digital Tools

With rapidly changing regulations and policies, it’s critical to stay up to date on the legal landscape in order to avoid costly fines and penalties. The survey reveals that more than half of the respondents are adopting cloud-based technology solutions to maintain compliance and stay updated on policy changes.

  •     59 percent of respondents are using a cloud-based solution to keep pace and stay compliant with regulatory changes.
  •     Of the 41 percent who said they are not using cloud-based solutions, 52 percent said that they have plans to invest in a cloud-based call center solution in the future.

Which tech solutions are most beneficial to your organization’s operations?

  •     Compliance solutions: 29 percent
  •     Reporting and analytics: 19 percent
  •     Cloud-based technology: 13 percent
  •     Workforce/management technology: 12 percent
  •     Others: 27 percent

However, when it comes to compiling metrics and reporting, an overwhelming number still lean on Excel to generate analysis and reports.

What tool does your company use most to compile metrics and reporting? (Select all that apply)

  •     Excel: 73 percent
  •     On-premise platform: 24 percent
  •     Cloud-based platform: 36 percent

“Future-proofing is the name of the game in today’s collection agency, and this report shows that the overall industry is confident in the policies and evolving technology, yet has been slower to adapt their business models,” said Terrel Bird, CEO and co-founder of TCN. “Cloud-based technology solutions continue to be a key driver in transforming the change and helping collection agencies thrive and succeed in the face of regulation and an ever-changing marketplace.”

To view more insights from this survey, download the infographic here or the eBook here.

Survey Methodology:
The survey was conducted online with 136 respondents between November 1, 2016 and November 28, 2016. The respondents were representative of collection agencies, collection departments as well as law firms supporting the industry. About 86 percent of organizations surveyed made between 500,000 and 2,400,000 outbound calls annually. Respondents are manager level and above: 36 percent are supervisors, 26 percent are partners and 10 percent are owners.

About TCN:
TCN is a leading provider of cloud-based call center technology for enterprises, contact centers, BPOs, and collection agencies worldwide. Founded in 1999, TCN combines a deep understanding of the needs of call center users with a highly affordable delivery model, ensuring immediate access to robust call center technology, such as predictive dialer, IVR, call recording, and business analytics required to optimize operations and adhere to TCPA regulations. Its “always-on” cloud-based delivery model provides customers with immediate access to the latest version of the TCN solution, as well as the ability to quickly and easily scale and adjust to evolving business needs. TCN serves various Fortune 500 companies and enterprises in multiple industries including newspaper, collection, education, healthcare, automotive, political, customer service, and marketing. For more information, visit https://au.tcnp3.com or follow on Twitter @tcn.

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Geometry and Particle Hitch-hiking: A New Window—and Possible Breakthrough—Into Improving Nanopharmaceuticals for Personalized Medicine

Moghimi advises that in today’s medical environment patients can and should be pre-screened for nanomedicine applications and that his research gives hope that better nanomedicines can and should be designed.

In a newly published study in Nature Nanotechnology (https://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2017.47.html), the shape and geometry of nanoparticles can have a significant impact in modulating adverse injection reactions and offer realistic solutions for patients receiving nanopharmaceuticals—drug delivery systems specializing in microscopic-particle drug combinations. Almost reminiscent of the popular 1966 Fantastic Voyage movie where a team of scientists and their ship were shrunk down to microscopic—nanoparticle—size to enter a dying man’s body to cure him.

Geometry and hitch-hiking are not the first things that come to mind regarding the immune system. However, the recent work by Moein Moghimi, Professor and Chair of pharmaceutics at Durham University, United Kingdom and collaborators shows that geometry is key in nanoparticle recognition by the immune system. When a patient is infused (slow injection) a nanomedicine, in some rare cases reported, the patients react immediately with allergic-like symptoms and creating what in medicine is known as adverse or anaphylactic reaction. Understanding why these adverse reactions happen in some patients and not in others and how to overcome it is what Moghimi and collaborators address in this intriguing paper.

By using spherical shape particles, the team discovered that a cardiopulmonary distress (a sign of anaphylactic reaction) is triggered. “In general, these particles are expected to be rapidly intercepted in the blood by scavenger cells known as macrophages. When these cells eat too much of these particles and especially too fast, they release some potent substances (inflammatory mediators) into the blood that triggers adverse reactions. The next question then was; could shape make a difference in triggering adverse reaction.” Moghimi explained. “We literally went back to the blackboard and did calculations. We wanted to understand how these blood scavengers see an object in the blood in terms of its shape and volume for grabbing. So, we came up with the idea of deviating from a symmetrical shape (sphere) to slow down macrophage ingestion or even trying to make the particles invisible to reactive macrophages.”

Next, the team made more particles but in the form of rod and disk morphology of a dimension similar to the diameter of their spheres. Amazingly, it was clear that the morphology and geometry was playing a major role in dampening adverse reactions to nanoparticle injection. In order to explain this better, Moghimi uses an example of a river. “Imagine a number of things/objects floating on a river and having to go through a gate. Depending on their dimensions, orientation, and volume (i.e., their shape) some of those objects will be stopped and actually impact the flow as they try to get through the gate.”

Also, the team explored “hitch-hiking”, an idea introduced earlier by Moghimi’s collaborator, Samir Mitragotri at the University of California Santa Barbara, where particles are hidden from the blood scavenger cells. This technique also worked proving that spheres, when attached to red-blood cells (like back packs), could not be ingested by the macrophages causing adverse reactions to disappear, according to Moghimi.

Recognizing that these simple approaches can create strategies for better and more patient-tailored nanomedicine (Personalized Medicine) could be a breakthrough for nanopharmaceuticals. Considered particle engineering at its best, these simple-by–design approaches, as Moghimi and collaborators write in the paper, could lead to better nanopharmaceutical solutions to overcome injection-related reactions. Even with spherical particles, hitch-hiking on red-blood cells may provide a viable clinical solution.

Though considered early in the study process, Moghimi notes the results offer great insights into why these adverse reactions occur in some patients and not in others. The reactive individuals presumably have some scavenger cells (macrophages) that tend to cause trouble—an idea that had been a part of a hypothesis formulated by Moghimi last year.†

“About two years ago, I was wondering if there were physiological differences in some people that made them more susceptible to certain nanomedicines. Our recent work shows it is possible that the reactive macrophages in some people’s lungs and livers could be causing these reactions,” Moghimi states. He also notes as the studies are further applied in testing in humans, they could eventually lead to alternative solutions for patient-care. In the end, Moghimi advises that in today’s medical environment patients can and should be pre-screened for nanomedicine applications and that the future, according to his research, gives hope that better nanomedicines can and should be designed.

†Related link: http://www.liebertpub.com/global/pressrelease/are-some-people-more-likely-to-develop-adverse-reactions-to-nanoparticle-based-medicines/1806/

Professor Moein Moghimi is the Professor and Chair of Pharmaceutics at Durham University, Adjoint Faculty at School of Pharmacy, University of Colorado, and Full Affiliate Member, Houston Methodist Research Institute, Houston, Texas.

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Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® Enters China With Dry Eye Solution

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There is exciting news in the war against dry eye disease, which afflicts 17% of the Chinese population of approximately 1.5 billion people. Water advocate Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® and host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica, announced on the air the imminent arrival in China of a unique product that turns back the onslaught of dry eye disease.

Sharon Kleyne explained that this is a disorder of the tear film as a result of deficient tear production or excessive evaporation. This condition can lead to damage to the ocular system and even blindness. Well known symptoms include pain, discomfort, headaches, redness, swelling and poor vision. Depression and anxiety are also common in people suffering from dry eye disease. “Approximately 38,3000,000 Chinese are going to suffer from dry eye disease in 2017,” said Kleyne, “and we’re going to do something about it to help those suffering with these symptoms.”

Sharon Kleyne’s research center at Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® has developed the only product on the global market, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, that solves the dry eye dilemma. Kleyne explained that Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is applied with a personal hand-held humidifying device emitting a pure, pH balanced, 100% Trade Secret tissue culture grade water in a patented micron-size mist. It supplements the eye’s tear film, which is naturally 99 percent water. “With Natures Tears® EyeMist®,” Kleyne said, “tired and irritated eyes are supplemented with pure water, and that’s what dry eyes need. Eye drops provide temporary chemical relief,” Kleyne continued, “but they can become addictive and even make the dry eye condition worse.” Why? Because eye drops only trap water on the eye’s tear lens; they do not supplement the tear lens or the moisture (the tears) around it. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® does supplement both.

Sharon Kleyne, who has conducted groundbreaking research on dehydration of the body’s water vapor due to excessive evaporation for more than two decades, sees the need for more research because dry eye disease is on the rise around the world. “Everyone suffers dry eyes on occasion,” said Kleyne, “but billions of people are chronically afflicted with dry eye symptoms that can result in blindness. “Natural tears in China,” Kleyne said, “are the right ticket to getting rid of dry eye,” said Kleyne. “Natural tears lubricate our eyes. They protect the cornea and the surrounding tissues. That’s why Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is such a perfect fit for China.”

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¡Completado el ida-vuelta del EIDR!

YouTube Financial Reports incluirá los ID de EIDR de Google Play Transactions; Disney, Sony Pictures y Warner Bros. entre los participantes

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, 18 de abril, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Google ha anunciado que los informes de YouTube Transactional han sido mejorados para que incluyan el número de ID del Registro Identificador de Entretenimiento (EIDR, por sus siglas en inglés) cuando dicho número sea proporcionado por Avail. Esto marca la tan esperada finalización del «viaje de ida y vuelta» del EIDR en el que el número de ID de EIDR se utiliza desde la publicación inicial del Avail para una pieza de contenido filmográfico/televisivo hasta la redacción del informe financiero del rendimiento del contenido. Los informes transaccionales incluirán tanto el número de ID del Título EIDR como el número de ID de la Edición EIDR, siempre que el proveedor de contenidos ofrezca este nivel de granulidad.  

«Nos dimos cuenta al principio que apoyar un identificador común y robusto a través de nuestras cadenas de suministro, en armonía con la norma específica del sector EMA Avails, nos permitiría realizar un gran ahorro debido a su eficiencia. Además, una mejora de la automatización mejoraría el plazo de lanzamiento de los activos de entretenimiento de nuestros proveedores de contenidos asociados», afirmó Bill Kotzman, Director de Asociados/Productos de YouTube/Google, y miembro del consejo de EIDR. «Y ahora, EIDR es una parte integrante de la automatización de los informes financieros para nosotros y para nuestros proveedores de contenidos asociados».

Este anuncio es un hito importante en el esfuerzo concertado entre Google Play y los proveedores de contenidos, incluyendo a los grandes estudios de Hollywood, también ellos miembros titulares de EIDR.

«El viaje de ida y vuelta» de EIDR proporciona las muy esperadas eficiencias en la cadena de suministro digital, que da como resultado unas revolucionarias mejoras sistémicas en la redacción de informes financieros y capacidades de facturación para todo el sector»,” dice Kelly Fong-Bouchey, Director, Relaciones con el Cliente y Operaciones, Warner Bros. Technology. «El equipo de Warner Bros. Technology está entusiasmado porque Google, un socio de distribución digital clave, ha adoptado e integrado el «viaje de ida y vuelta» de EIDR en su flujo de trabajo.”

«Sony Pictures Entertainment ha adoptado el EIDR en la totalidad de sus sistemas de datos y, más recientemente, como la clave de la automatización de la cadena de suministro digital transaccional», afirmó Ellen Goodridge, SVP Cadena de Suministro Digital y Desarrollo de Productos, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. «La finalización del «viaje de ida y vuelta» de EIDR con Google Play representa una oportunidad para ampliar la automatización basada en estándares que incrementará la eficiencia en el negocio digital premium».

«Disney está muy satisfecho de ver el progreso que EIDR ha realizado en su capacidad de impulsar eficiencias a través de flujos de trabajo automatizados basados en estándares a lo largo y ancho de su cadena de suministro digital integrada», dice Christopher Stefanidis, Vicepresidente, Operaciones y Estrategia de Distribución Digital, Walt Disney Pictures and Television. «Lograr este hito inicial sobre el «viaje de ida y vuelta» supone un paso importante y esperamos establecer muchos otros usos específicos para EIDR y nuestros asociados del sector».

Acerca de EIDR:
EIDR (Registro Identificador de Entretenimiento) es un sistema de identificación universal para activos filmográficos y televisivos. Desde títulos de alto nivel, ediciones y DVD a codificaciones, clips y «mash-ups», EIDR proporciona identificadores altamente depurados, únicos a nivel mundial, para la totalidad de la gama de tipos de objeto audiovisual relevantes para el comercio del entretenimiento. Para más información sobre EIDR, visite eidr.org.

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Coastal Smile Design Welcomes New Patients for Minimally Invasive Laser Gum Disease Treatment in Chesapeake, VA

Dr. Karen Parvin Invites Patients for Gentle Laser Gum Disease Therapy in Chesapeake, VA

People who suffer from gum disease can now visit Dr. Karen Parvin with or without referrals for laser dentistry in Chesapeake, VA. Dr. Parvin has recently started using the SIROLaser Xtend and is currently accepting new patients to her practice, Coastal Smile Design, for laser gum surgery. This revolutionary treatment protects against various risks of periodontal disease, including tooth and bone density loss, in addition to sparing patients from unnecessary discomfort and complications.

By using the SIROLaser Xtend, Dr. Parvin can directly target gum disease while leaving healthy gum tissue in place to support and protect the teeth. The laser is extremely precise, so no excess tissue is lost. This minimally-invasive approach allows patients to enjoy shorter recoveries; many people who visit Dr. Parvin for laser dentistry in Chesapeake, VA, can even resume their regular activities the day after treatment. Laser gum surgery also lowers the risk of negative side effects, such as bleeding and infection, both during and after treatment.

Periodontal disease, if left untreated, can have irreversible negative effects on the health of the gums, teeth, jaw bone and other connective tissues that hold the teeth in place. Therefore, Dr. Parvin encourages patients to seek professional treatment at the first sign of this condition. Early symptoms may include inflammation or bleeding of the gums, persistent bad breath, loose teeth and changes in the size of the pockets between the gums and the teeth. Specifically, gum pockets that measure four or more millimeters deep during a dental checkup may indicate that gum disease is developing.

People who notice symptoms of periodontal disease or believe they need to visit Dr. Parvin for laser dentistry in Chesapeake, VA, are encouraged to schedule consultations. Patients may do so by visiting the website of Coastal Smile Design at http://www.coastalsmiledesign.com or by calling the practice at (757) 214-6585.

About the Doctor

Dr. Karen Parvin is a general dentist offering personalized dental care to patients in Chesapeake, VA. Dr. Parvin and the entire Coastal Smile Design team take pride in offering individualized, compassionate care to each patient with the latest dental advancements. Coastal Smile Design was voted the Virginian-Pilot’s Best Dentist of Chesapeake in 2015. Dr. Parvin is a Navy veteran who has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education courses and was awarded a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry. To learn more about Dr. Parvin or the services offered at Coastal Smile Design, please visit their website at http://www.coastalsmiledesign.com or call (757) 214-6585 to schedule an appointment.

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Bayside, NY Dentist and Dawson Academy Graduate, Dr. Nicholas Rallis, Speaks at 2017 Dawson Alumni Retreat

Dr. Nicholas Rallis, Trusted Bayside, NY Dentist, Presents at 2017 Dawson Alumni Retreat

Dr. Nicholas Rallis, a skilled dentist in Bayside, NY, recently graduated the one-year Dawson Academy continuing education program. This series is focused on functional occlusion, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) treatment and full mouth reconstruction. Dr. Rallis was honored to be selected as one of three dentists to present a full case at the recent 2017 Dawson Alumni Retreat.

A four-phase program, each graduate of the Dawson Academy core curriculum learn how individual oral structures interact to create a functional, healthy and esthetically appealing smile. Looking beyond the teeth to see a full oral system with numerous, seemingly separate parts working together in harmony, this program address occlusion, TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder), restorative dentistry and advanced treatment planning to develop true physicians of the masticatory system. As a recent Dawson Academy graduate and a clinical instructor for the New York University College of Dentistry Full Mouth Rehabilitation continuing dental education program, Dr. Rallis applies these cutting-edge techniques and his passion for dentistry at his private practice in Bayside.

At the 2017 Dawson Academy Alumni Retreat, Dr. Rallis was one of only three clinicians to present on a full mouth reconstruction case he treated himself. Dr. Rallis frequently treats complete smile makeover patients with general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry. Depending on the unique treatment plan crafted by Dr. Rallis and his team, treatments may include dental implants, same-day crowns, gum disease treatment, porcelain veneers, Invisalign® and TMJ treatment.

Patients in need of a full mouth reconstruction may not know they can benefit from this treatment. Those with tooth loss, jaw pain, periodontal disease or sleep apnea are encouraged to see a Dawson-trained dentist in Bayside, NY. Those interested in learning more about Dr. Rallis or the comprehensive services available for full mouth rehabilitations, can call his state-of-the-art practice at 718-631-7800 or visit his website at http://www.centerforsmiles.com.

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Increasing eGovernment Initiatives to Accelerate Digital Transformation Market Growth in MENA

Future Market Insights (FMI), with sharp focus on emerging regions, delivers key insights on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) digital transformation market in its recent report titled “Digital Transformation Market: MENA Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2014 – 2020”. The MENA IT market is anticipated to grow at a single-digit CAGR during the forecast period. In contrast, the MENA digital transformation market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 15.1% from 2014 to 2020. The contribution of the MENA digital transformation market to the overall MENA IT market is likely to increase from 10% to 16% by 2020, witnessing an increase of 600 BPS.
Growth of the MENA digital transformation market is mainly driven by increasing need for enhanced customer experience at all levels of customer interaction points and improvised process transparency in enterprises across the countries in this region. Moreover, countries such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon are increasingly introducing e-Government and smart city initiatives, with the objective to transform themselves into digitally-enabled countries. This is further supporting growth of the MENA digital transformation market.

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Summing up drivers behind growth of the market, FMI analyst Vineet Kumar sheds light on why digital transformation will become mainstream technology in MENA in the near future. “Digital transformation across all verticals has become increasingly relevant due to increasing emphasis on enterprise mobility and smart technology enablement. Furthermore, digital transformation technologies are transforming organization’s business models, value chains, ecosystem as well as revolutionizing interactions with customer through online platforms, social media and mobile devices”, he said.

This report covers two types of digital transformation offering, namely digital services and digital software. Digital services accounted for over half of the MENA digital transformation market share in 2014; however, this is expected to decrease by 70 BPS by 2020.

“Growing Internet penetration and social media usage in the Middle East and North Africa is expected to drive the demand for digitalization of software and services at a double digit CAGR between 2014 and 2020”, Vineet Kumar said while commenting on the increasing deployment of advanced technologies in small/medium sized businesses across MENA region.

This report also covers the 10 types of end-user verticals in the MENA digital transformation market. Among the end-user verticals, banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) and public sectors dominated with over 40% share of the MENA digital transformation market in 2013. Service, retail, energy and utility sectors are the other major sub-segments among the end-user verticals. However, the media & entertainment sector is anticipated to exhibit the fastest CAGR of 17.2% during the forecast period, followed by the retail sector. This growth is attributed to the shift from print to digital media, increasing penetration of smartphones and changing consumer buying habits.

Ongoing infrastructural modernisation across major GCC and North African countries in MENA region in terms of digitisation is increasing the acceptance of digital software and digital services; not only by large- and medium-, but also by small-sized enterprises. Currently, Saudi Arabia is dominating the market with over 30% share of the overall MENA digital transformation market, followed by the UAE and Algeria, which account for over 10% share each. However, among all the GCC countries, the digital transformation market in Qatar is expected to grow at a significant double-digital CAGR over the forecast period.

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Key players in the MENA digital transformation market continue to innovate by including advanced features into digital technology solutions. Additionally, major participants such as IBM, Accenture and Deloitte have been focusing on mergers and acquisitions at a global level in order to expand their geographical presence and enhance customer base.

Advanced technology adoption, changing consumer buying pattern and product innovation are some of the trends in MENA region. Presence of cloud computing, big data analytics and enterprise mobility is gradually gaining traction in MENA region.

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