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6 things to check before you visit the dentistRead More...
You have your dentist appointment scheduled and are ready to visit the clinic soon. That’s exactly when you need to ask yourself, whether or not you have checked everything? Here is the checklist that can make your visit hassle-free and productive. Read on!
Sort out your professional and personal schedules beforehand
Dental appointments are often stressful owing to the time they take as well as the uncanny way in which they seem to crash with other scheduled appointments. The best way to make your visit to the dentist hassle-free is to plan your visit at least a week or two before the actual date. This allows you plenty of time to plan other important schedules around the appointment. You can set a reminder in the form of a mobile alert or a calendar notification about the appointment a day before the visit. Doing so, will help you arrange everything relating to work, home, kids, etc. in advance.
Step up your oral hygiene
No one, not even a dentist likes peering into a smelly mouth. So, make it a point to check your oral hygiene before visiting the dentist. Start brushing your teeth more diligently in the morning and at night and floss regularly. This will save you from the embarrassment at the clinic.
Do proper research on the dental procedure
Going for a root canal treatment or opting for composite tooth bonding? Do a quick research on the dental procedure you will be opting for, as the knowledge you gain can be helpful when discussing the procedure with your dentist. Talk to those who had such treatments earlier. Research can also help you understand what to expect during the procedure, thus allowing you to relax when visiting the dentist.
Confirm the appointment a day before the visit
Usually, dentists are busy with treatments or procedures involving other patients. It is wise to call the dentist’s office a day before your visit and confirm the appointment. This allows you to know whether there have been any last-minute changes in the schedule, thus saving your time and effort put in reaching the office only to find out that the dentist is not in the clinic.
Make a checklist of existing medical conditions
Your dentist will need to know about any medical conditions you may have had previously or facing currently. Conditions like diabetes and hypertension need to be shared with the dentist, as he/she will consider them when planning your dental treatment. Take this seriously, as many things are linked to each other when it comes to diseases. Make a list of any allergies that you may have prior to your visit so that you do not forget any of these issues when discussing the procedure with your dentist.
Plan your finances
It is imperative that you plan your finances before visiting the dentist. If your dental treatment is covered by your dental health plan, contact your healthcare insurance provider and arrange for the costs to be covered by your health plan. If your insurance plan does not cover the treatment, find out alternate ways to pay for the same. Have the money ready in your hand or your bank account before stepping into your dentist’s office to avoid payment related hassles later on.
It is wise to have a checklist ready when visiting a dentist. It will ensure that you have the visit planned out to perfection, thus allowing you to relax and avoid stress before, during, and after your treatment.
The beginner’s guide to streaming media playersRead More...
Ever wanted a streaming media player and wondered why, how, and when to use them? Perfect. You’ve come to the right place. Streaming media players are devices that let you stream content onto your ordinary TV, turning them into a smart TV. They come with a host of services, subscriptions, and in general, are ultra portable.
Knowing which streaming media player can be difficult if you don’t know what to look for. If that is the case, then our handy beginner’s guide to streaming media players will help you. Here’s what you need to know when you decide to buy your first streaming media player.
Set-top boxes have powerful hardware, Ethernet ports, and pack a punch. They can run various streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, Crunchyroll, and more. Usually, set top boxes are plugged in to the TV via an HDMI port.
If you exclude the connecting to the port aspect, set top boxes can be easily carried during travels. Some of them are even available with wireless. Some set up boxes include the Nvidia Shield TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and the Roku 4. Set top boxes are reasonably priced however they consume a little space in your home entertainment center.
Streaming sticks are great if you’re looking for more portability. You simply plug in them and let them do their magic. The best part is you can stream content from your smartphones and tablets directly to your TV via Miracast. Streaming sticks come in all forms. Some let you stream only content from your phones and tablets, whilst others support the use of various online streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. They are ultralight, cheap, cost-effective, last a long time, and are good bang for your buck.
Surprised, right? Game consoles technically can function as streaming media players. The only catch is they can be used for playing high-resolution 4k games too. Game consoles offer more flexibility in that respect, and most of them are plug-and-play consoles. However this means not much in the portability department.
Most game consoles support Amazon video, Hulu, and Netflix. The only downside is that they are expensive compared to other streaming media player options. However, if you need a host of games to keep you occupied and want to able to binge-watch your favorite TV shows in high quality on TV, game consoles can be a great deal for you.