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Elizabeth Marcant

What Happens If You Break a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

Signed an NDA? You need to know more about how these agreements are enforced and what can happen if you break the contract.

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Andrea Burton

How to Care For Your Dental Implants

If you're considering dental implants to replace one or more teeth, you may wonder how much extra care they require, especially after surgery.

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Andrea Burton

How Often Do You Need a Dental X-Ray?

Dental X-rays help oral health professionals locate hidden problems without using invasive techniques, and their frequency can range from six months to a few years.

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Andrea Burton

What's the Difference Between a Dentist and an Orthodontist?

Although both dentists and orthodontists have years of schooling devoted to oral health issues, they each have a particular focus.

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Elizabeth Michael

How Long Does It Take to Recover From a Tooth Extraction?

If your dentist or oral surgeon has recommended a tooth extraction, you're probably not looking forward to recovery. The good news is that with simple teeth extractions, patients often start feeling like themselves again within 72 hours.

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Leigh A. Morgan

How to Get on the National Do Not Call Registry

Stop telemarketers in their tracks by signing up for the National Do Not Call Registry, a database maintained by the federal government.

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Elizabeth Michael

Can You Sue for False Advertisement?

From misleading marketing to unsubstantiated product claims, many consumers fall victim to deceptive advertising. The good news? You can sue for false advertisement and may be entitled to monetary damages.

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Sandy Hess

What Is a Lien?

A lien is a claim a lender or another organization has against someone’s personal property. It’s important to understand what liens are and how they can jeopardize your ability to sell that property.


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