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Advantages of a credit card
The Chinese are credited with coming up with numerous
inventions including gunpowder, umbrellas, chopsticks,
paper and paper money.
Lamentably, (from Chinese point of view) the honors of
coming up with plastic money went with early American
From the time John Biggins, the inventor of a first
bank issued card, had his first eureka moment in 1946,
credit cards have evolved to become one of the most
versatile ways of paying, and this is why. Once issued
with one, the need to carry around unsafe, dirty and
bulky cash is significantly diminished.
I say diminished because some small scale merchants
(who perhaps are scared of technology) will still
insist on being paid in cash. Further, credit cards
enables you to build up a credit history, but only if
you always pay on time.
In some countries such as UK, if you buy goods using a
credit card and the goods turn out to be faulty, they
are usually insured for a period of time, say two
months, and you can be indemnified even for total
Credit cards are safe, and even if gun-totting
miscreants help themselves to your wallet, you can
make hit back by simply calling the credit card
company and canceling the stolen card.
Another thing going for credit cards is that you can
keep track of your transactions, and it's the easy way to
keep track of your expenditure. I could go on and on,
and whatever the doomsday prophets say, plastic money
is here to stay.
Personal Dental Care:Brush Your Plaque Away
The primary aim of personal
dental care is to prevent cavities from forming in the
teeth. In order for you to prevent cavities and
maintain a healthy set of teeth, you need to remove
plaque, a transparent layer of bacteria that stays on
the surface of your teeth.
Some effective ways to prevent plaque from forming is
to brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss at
least once a day. Brushing your teeth will help
stimulate your gums and in turn keep them healthy and
less susceptible to gum diseases.
Choosing The Right Toothpaste
Toothpastes are typicallymade of detergents, abrasives and foaming agents.
The most common active ingredient in toothpaste is
fluoride. Fluoride is the component of the toothpaste
that is responsible for preventing cavities from
When choosing what toothpaste to buy, make sure that
it has a great amount of fluoride to keep your mouth
cavity-free. Studies say that 1 out of 10 people has a
tendency to accumulate tartar rapidly. What is tartar?
It is actually plaque that is difficult to remove and
damaging because it is already in hardened form.
There are anti-tartar toothpastes and mouthwashes
available in the market today which can help prevent
tartar formation. Another great tip for preventing the
formation of tartar is brushing the teeth located near
the salivary glands.
For individuals that seem to have teeth which are
sensitive to pressure, cold and heat, there are
toothpastes specially made for sensitive teeth.
However, a visit to the dentist may be most
appropriate so that the dentist can assess whether the
sensitivity of the teeth may lead to a serious problem
such as nerve inflammation or severe cavity.
Learn How To Floss
Although brushing is considered to
be the most important part in the personal dental care
routine, it doesn’t actually have the ability to
remove the plaque and food particles between the
teeth, under the gum line or within braces.
A dental floss is the weapon to get rid of the
above mentioned teeth and mouth "pests". Flossing can
be done at least once a day.
There are actually different kinds of flosses and
these depend on the space that a person has in between
his or her teeth. Most dentists would usually suggest
unwaxed floss because it is easier to glide through
However, recent studies have discovered that there is
actually no significant difference in the
effectiveness among the different kinds of dental
flosses. When flossing your teeth, you should be very
careful so that you can avoid injuring your gums.
Remember, gums are very sensitive and they can bleed
easily. Never force the floss under the gums; just
curve the floss around the edge of your tooth and form
a letter "c" then glide the floss up and down the side
of each tooth. Do not forget to floss the back sides
of your teeth as well.
All in all, maintaining your very own personal dental
care routine can be easy, as long as you have enough
willingness and determination to achieve a great set
of pearly whites.
If you are one of the many people who don’t really
give much attention to your teeth, don’t wait until
you experience awful dental-related problems such as
toothache, bad breath(halitosis) or bleeding gums.
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