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Dentist in West Hollywood Offers $1,000 Off Invisalign Braces

Dr. Alexie Aguil is now providing free consultations and a $1,000 discount on Invisalign treatments for a limited time only during the month of June.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2012

Metal braces are painful and can be expensive. Dr. Aguil is the solution. Founder of Exquisite Dentistry and the premier dentist in West Hollywood, Dr. Aguil is currently offering Invisalign treatments at a big discount, making it easier than ever to get a beautiful smile. As Dr. Aguil reminds us, “properly aligned teeth not only make your smile more beautiful, but are really healthier for the patient.”

With plush recliners, noise canceling headphones and Netflix entertainment provided, Dr. Aguil is the dentist in West Hollywood raising the bar within the industry and bringing the experience to a whole new level. Combine that with the simplicity and comfort of Invisalign – getting a confident, healthy smile has never been easier. “We strive to provide the highest quality products and treatments at an affordable cost to our patients. My staff and I are thrilled to be offering Invisalign with such big savings. We hope everyone will take advantage of this opportunity,” says Dr. Aguil.

Invisalign uses a series of smooth, comfortable, and most importantly invisible aligners to gently and gradually slide teeth into their proper place – meaning that the woes of metal braces are more than history. No more wires stabbing gums in the middle of the night. No more worries about chunks of food parading between teeth after lunch. Whether suffering through the insecurities of high school, chasing the dream of an aspiring actor or actress, or simply looking for that extra edge to make a splash in the business world, Dr. Aguil’s Invisalign treatment is the solution West Hollywood has been looking for. With Dr. Aguil’s limited time offer and easy financing methods, everyone can be on their way to a fresh and confident smile today.

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'Mad Men' Season 5 Episode 13 Recap

The last couple of episodes of “Mad Men” were very emotionally draining, so I was satisfied with the slow-burning dénouement of the finale. In the conclusion to Season Five, the characters struggle with their places in a changing world and look for new paths to happiness. Spoilers ahead.

Mad Men Season 5 Episode 13Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks), Bert Cooper (Robert Morse) and Roger Sterling (John Slattery) in Episode 13 of AMC’s “Mad Men.”

Plot Points

— Don has a toothache and refuses to see the dentist, hoping the pain will just “go away” (it never does, Don). Marie, Megan’s mother, is visiting again and ineffectively tries to console Megan when she receives a rejection from an agency. However, Marie’s not supportive of Megan’s acting dreams at all.

— Pete sees old fling Beth on the train to work; her pig of a husband explains that she’s visiting her sister. Beth positively runs away at the sight of Pete.

— At the office, Don sees someone who looks like his half-brother, Adam, who committed suicide in Season One — a manifestation of Don’s guilt about Lane’s suicide, perhaps.

— Peggy’s absence is not doing the creative team any favors — their pitch for Topaz, a cigarette for women, is rejected. The client actually says he thought having input from women “was a given here.” Take that, workplace sexism! At rival agency Cutler Gleason and Chaough, Peggy’s busy exercising her new power as copy chief and bossing minions around. Her director tells her to come up with a pitch for the Topaz account.

— Pete gets a surprise call from Beth, who wants to meet him at a hotel for an afternoon rendezvous. He’s reluctant because she stood him up last time, but she says it could be their “last chance.” Intrigued, Pete goes to the meeting and finds out that Beth is planning to undergo electroshock therapy for her depression, and that she won’t remember him afterwards.

— Joan, while announcing the quarter’s highest profits yet, tries to caution the agency about overspending — who else will be the voice of reason now that Lane’s gone? She shows Don Lane’s death benefits and wonders if there wasn’t something she could have done to stop the suicide, like…sleeping with Lane. Don insists that there was nothing either of them could have done, but doesn’t mention the fact he fired Lane for embezzlement. He also sets aside $50,000 of the benefits for Lane’s widow.

— Megan and a friend are going over casting ads, when the friend asks Megan for help landing a commercial that Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce is shooting. Megan agrees to help, but later asks Don about the audition for herself. Don refuses, saying “You don’t want it this way. You want to be somebody’s discovery, not somebody’s wife.” The next day, Marie tells a sulking Megan to stop feeling sorry for herself, calls her an ungrateful little bitch, and leaves for a pre-planned evening with Roger Sterling.

— Lane’s widow, coldly contemptuous of the money Don’s offering her, tells him he’s only trying to make himself feel better. She pulls out the picture of Dolores that Lane was hiding in his wallet and accuses the agency partners of turning Lane into a stranger.

— Roger tells Marie he wants to try LSD again, and asks her to make sure his trip doesn’t go south. She refuses, and tells him that’s not what she agreed to when she decided to meet him.

— Don arrives home to find Marie gone and Megan drunk and depressed. She tries to seduce him, saying “This is what you want, right? Me to be waiting for you at home?” He leads her to bed to sleep it off, and when Marie gets back, yells at her for leaving Megan in that condition. Marie says Megan is Don’s problem now, and that if he props her up through the disappointments, he will get the perfect wife he’s always wanted. Don is understandably creeped out, because the last thing he wants is another Betty Stepford wife.

— He finally visits the dentist, and has to have a tooth extracted. When the dentist anesthetizes him with laughing gas, Don has another vision of Adam, who says: “You’re in bad shape; it’s not your tooth that’s rotten.”

— When Pete visits Beth after her electroshock treatment, she doesn’t recognize him, and he tries to excuse himself by saying he’s there to see a friend. He confesses to her that his “friend” couldn’t get over a woman that he’d had an affair with, and that he didn’t know whether getting older was worth it.

— Don accidentally meets Peggy in a movie theater, and they chat. He tells her that she’ll probably get the Topaz client, and that he’s proud of her successes, and for moving on. “I just didn’t know it would be without me,” he admits.

— On the train, Pete gives away that he’s been having an affair with Beth, and her husband punches him. After the train conductor intervenes, Pete riles up the train conductor with an “I pay your salary” attitude and gets kicked off. When he lies to Trudy that he fell asleep and drove his car into a ditch, she says that they’ll start looking for an apartment in Manhattan for him.

— Joan leads the other partners to a higher floor that they plan to lease for more office space. The five — Bert, Roger, Joan, Pete and Don — stand in front of the giant windows and look out. In the final scene, Megan gets to audition for the commercial. Don watches for a bit, then heads out to a bar. As he orders an Old-Fashioned, a girl walks up to him and asks “Are you alone?”

The future seems bright for the ad agency, but the partners have lost so much to get there. Don “lost” Peggy, Joan lost her dignity, and Lane lost his life. Roger realized that LSD enlightenment didn’t last, and Pete realized, as he said to Beth, that his work and home life was a “temporary bandage on a gaping wound.” Of course, we don’t know if any of the characters will ever find satisfaction; right now Peggy seems to be the only one truly happy with her new career. Perhaps we’ll find out next year.

I think this season was the best yet for the show, and I’m still hoping that we’ll see the eleventh episode on the Emmy list. How about y’all?

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Mining jobs move large city woes to Australian towns

MORANBAH – Despite a six-figure salary, Russel Wise is disturbed he will shortly be homeless after receiving an eviction sequence from a one-room trailer he has rented given holding a pursuit in an Australian spark cave in 2009.

“There aren’t too many options around,” says Wise, who like thousands of other Australians, was lured to a small city of Moranbah in a coal-rich northeast by high-paying jobs and in a routine triggered a housing predicament of big-city proportions.

“The owners wants to build some-more modern, multi-dwelling units to residence some-more people a mining companies can move in and out on rotation, so

Article source: http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/global-filipino/world/06/11/12/mining-jobs-bring-big-city-woes-australian-towns

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High-paying cave jobs down underneath move large city woes to tiny towns

MORANBAH, Australia (Reuters) – Despite a six-figure salary, Russel Wise is disturbed he will shortly be homeless after receiving an eviction sequence from a one-room trailer he has rented given holding a pursuit in an Australian spark cave in 2009.

“There aren’t too many options around,” says Wise, who like thousands of other Australians, was lured to a small city of Moranbah in a coal-rich northeast by high-paying jobs and in a routine triggered a housing predicament of big-city proportions.

Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/high-paying-mine-jobs-down-under-bring-big-205822864--business.html

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San Antonio Dental Office Sees Increase in Adults Requesting Orthodontics Due to Dentistry Advancements

SAN ANTONIO, Jun 10, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — W Dental Group recently announced a light boost in a series of adult patients seeking orthodontics for malocclusion or differently misaligned teeth caused by an collision or healthy causes. The boost has been attributed to a practice’s repute for value in dental caring and a fact that sedation therapy is offered.

Dr. Tom Watkins, an orthodontist and family dentist during W Dental Group, a Texas hospital portion San Antonio, Leon Valley, Castrolville, Westover Hills, Helotes, Silver Creek and Alamo Ranch, recently suggested that it’s saying an

Article source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/san-antonio-dental-office-sees-140000041.html

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