Public health dentistry helps a wider population receive dental care that otherwise wouldn't! We love it!
Good morning all! I wanted to share something that I hear a lot around work——> “When I get insurance I’m going to a REAL dentist”
So what is the difference between a public health dentist vs a private dentist??
..... Absolutely Nothing. Well... okay one thing, one charges more for their work/time than the other 😆 .
In reality most public health dentists have an extra degree, in Public Health. So between the two why wouldn’t you want to go to the one with the extra degree? 🤷🏻♀️ .
On this episode of “The Interview Series,” we ask @shelly.bell what independent film means, especially when filming @racingcolt. Watch “Racing Colt” tonight on @amazonprimevideo (Link is in the bio and please rate/review us) and @googleplay_official @indierightsmovies
My completed new painting 'The Key' for the 'Elysium' exhibition curated by @thinkspace_art has been acquired! Very thankful to the wonderful collector who supported this piece 😄. 'Elysium' is on view till Nov 24th and features paintings and drawings from:
Fuco Ueda @fucoueda
Audrey Kawasaki @audkawa
Stella Im Hultberg @stellaimhultberg
Atsuko Goto @gotsukooo
Jolene Lai @jolenelaiart
A rare one of a kind show about various facets of women from the perspectives of five different female artists. Be sure not to miss this special event 🎉
“It’s a tale of two siblings that plays out hundreds of thousands of times every year in rural India.
While her older brother completes his education and is given the opportunity to find work, a poor village girl in her midteens is married off to a much older man, ending all hopes of further education. Although her parents have her best interests in mind, their fear of her being sexually assaulted or becoming involved in a romantic relationship that would bring shame on the family leads them to feel that they have little choice. The girl becomes pregnant three times in quick succession.
The first pregnancy ends in premature labor, her immature pelvis and malnutrition causing problems. She hemorrhages as the baby emerges. Her in-laws have not called for a medically trained birth attendant—that is not their custom, and they deem the cost too great. The baby girl is sickly and underweight.
Within six months, the young mother is pregnant again, hoping this time to please her in-laws by bearing a son. Her baby boy comes so soon after his sister that he weighs even less and is plagued by diarrhea and cough. Her in-laws provide him all the care they can afford, but he dies anyway. Her in-laws press for another child as soon as possible.
For all her exhausted pleading, her husband refuses to consider birth control. He wants a son, a healthy one. Soon, she is pregnant again. Threats of violence and being cast out forge an invisible chain between her, her children, and her husband’s family.
When girls and women are devalued and mistreated, it is not only a question of their rights being violated. It is an issue of public health.” - Jay Silverman
Via @reena.paints 🙏🏽
You never know what’s ahead of you until you take a jump.
Lord knows I’ve leaped!!!
Happy for the experiences that I have had and what all is ahead for me.
Enjoyed today, thank you everyone who was apart of it.
@stoptime_travels @sipsmith @chadallenortiz and everyone who was part of #sipsmith
Excited to see these amazing photos😁
Thank you @vipignite @alyciakaback &?@colbymanagement
I couldn’t have done it without you.
This is only the beginning.
Just know you can do whatever you set your mind to.
You can make your dreams a reality,
Just take action,
Take a jump,
And have faith that life will put you exactly where you need to be.✨
Don’t stop believing 💕
@mouss_mouss_chaoui 👊🏻 c'est pas vos appels au dons qui éffacerons ces 8 prénoms qui sont partis en paix 🙏 black , blanc , beurre , @villemarseille maudite depuis une décennie 😡 ce jour et cette marche blanche resteras mémorable ➗