Simplistic designs

Use simplistic designs to maximize your potential.

What you create using form and function connects the dots of a project.

Develop your projects using the most basic elements of form and function.

Oral health care at its best significantly reduces pain and suffering related to dental disease.

Dentists, dental hygienists, and dental auxiliary staff teach patients the art of basic disease control within the oral cavity.

Patients recognize early on there is effort required on their part to remain free of oral disease.

It is your daily basic actions that bring success.

No matter how you frame this statement simplistic designs are the most effective.

One major goal in the dental office is the reduction and eventual elimination of halitosis.

Halitosis, commonly known as bad breath, reduces effectiveness in the best of workers.

Difficulty is experienced bonding to co-workers where you find yourself in continuous daily close contact.

A lot of tactful urging is required that causes a person to seek relief from bad breath.

Bad breath treatments are for the bearer of the problem and those around him/her.

Seeking treatment says you respect and care about those who communicate daily within close proximity.

The basic actions of brushing effectively and flossing daily should not be underestimated.

They keep food particles from breaking down between the teeth.

Another basic tool in the regimen to fight halitosis is the proxy-brush.

Proxy-brushes fit between the teeth, clearing food, plaque and bacteria before they develop a slime layer.

The putrefaction of food items over time left between the teeth form sulphuric gases.

Bad gaseous oder coming from the mouth is very difficult to mask with candy, mints or mouthwash.

You only fool yourself with this strategy to mask bad breath.

Basic actions yield great success performed with regularity.

It does not matter what you are attempting to achieve in life.

Achieve it with simplistic designs.

One of my favorite basic tools to bring you success in the fight against tooth decay and gum disease is an oral irrigator.

Oral irrigators greatly reduce gingival inflammation.

They give the mouth a daily spa treatment, an oral lavage of thorough cleansing and freshness.

Automated systems improve your ability to remove tartar and plaque.

There are quite a few on today’s market that are very effective.

Their bristles should be soft and multi-tufted for a gentile effect preventing cervical abrasion.

Use simplistic designs to achieve success in whatever you do.

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.




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I am a dentist in the Kansas City, MO. area willing to help in the world where dental health care is needed and appreciated. To date we have established a dental clinic in Israel and evaluated the healthcare delivery system in Havana Cuba. Serving my community at this time as a photo journalist also.

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