Zirconia Dental Implants

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Zirconia Dental Implants
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A holistic and neuromuscular dentist, Dr. Azadeh “Amy” Khajavi offers full mouth reconstruction using dental implants through her practice Excellence Dental in Rosarito, Baja California. Azadeh Khajavi’s practice is the only office in Mexico that offers patients metal-free, zirconia dental implants.

Many dental implants are anchored to the jawbone using titanium materials. However, those materials present not only aesthetic challenges but also immunologic problems in some patients. As an alternative to titanium implants, oral health practitioners have developed new implant materials that provide strength similar to titanium but without the downsides.

Zirconia, one such material, has advantages over titanium in that its color is suitably tooth-like, it has low plaque affinity, and it is biocompatible. An innovative white ceramic, zirconia is Food and Drug Administration accepted for use in dental clinics.

Unlike titanium, zirconia does not degrade over time as a result of corrosion. Moreover, zirconia implants are designed in one piece, meaning they do not include sub-gingival connections that can harbor harmful bacteria.

In addition to dental implants, dentists use zirconia to form crowns and bridges.

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The History of Zumba

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History of Zumba
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Dr. Azadeh Amy Khajavi is a dentist focusing on dental implants in San Diego, Oregon. A fitness enthusiast, Dr. Azadeh Khajavi enjoys dancing the calories away in Zumba classes.

Zumba originated in Colombia more than a decade ago. The fitness dance class combines Latin dances such as merengue, cumbia, salsa, and samba, all of which can be traced back to the 17th and 18th centuries.

Zumba was created out of necessity. Alberto Perez, a fitness trainer in Cali, Colombia, arrived at his regular aerobics class one day having forgotten his usual music. Thinking on his feet, he substituted some Latin music, which included various classics he found enjoyable. The improvised class was a success, and with time it grew to be one of the most popular classes at the fitness facility.

In 1999, Perez brought the fitness class to Miami, Florida. In 2001, he teamed up with entrepreneurs Alberto Aghion and Alberto Perlman to create a company based on the unique combination of the music and his fitness philosophy. They trademarked the name Zumba and created a brand they sought to spread throughout the whole world.

In 2002, the three signed a deal with an infomercial company that led to the sale of thousands of videos across the United States. The demand for classes was overwhelming, establishing the need to train even more Zumba instructors. This led to the creation of an instructor training program, leading to a huge increase in the number of trained instructors in the United States. After this success in the US infomercial campaigns in Europe and South America led to the selling of millions of videos. Zumba is now practiced on six continents and is a fitness program recognized by numerous fitness organizations.

Shakira and Carlos Vives Release “La Bicicleta” Remix with Maluma

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Maluma
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Dr. Azadeh “Amy” Khajavi, A US graduate with multiple awards of excellence , is a holistic dentist with more than 25 years of experience who runs a dental office in Mexico that offers nonmetal Zirconia dental implants. She has received multiple awards of EXCELLENCE in Full mouth rehabilitation cases. Her latest award is from International Congress of Oral Implantology. She has 25 years of experience. She is a sought after speaker, teacher and consultant to many dentists across United States.She is a humanist Outside of her professional life. Dr. Azadeh Amy Khajavi helps run an orphange and teaches and exposes, as she refers to them ” Her kids…” the to profession in dentistry( Dental Assisting, dental technician and dentistry itself. Dr. Azadeh Khajavi also loves dancing with the children and teaching the kids Zumba. The children how to Shakira and Carlos Vives, whose summer song titled La Bicicleta reached number one on the Latin Airplay Charts, released a remix to the hit in late August, collaborating with fellow-Colombian recording artist Maluma.

About a month before the remix was released, Maluma teased fans on social media, announcing the remix by releasing a 15-second clip of the song. Though the remix stays fairly true to the original, Maluma brings his trademark flirtatious lyrics to the upbeat love song.

Maluma has done a recent string of recent collaborations, some with Carlos Vives, but the Medellín-born musician is no stranger to solo success. The video to Maluma’s song El Perdedor, released in April, has over 335 million views on YouTube.

When it comes to solo success, it is hard to top Shakira, whose 20-year career and numerous hits have won her 10 Grammy awards, making her the highest-selling Colombian recording artist of all time.

“Always do the right thing.”

During the day, when I get the chance to be by myself, I say it out loud “Dear God,  universe, energy and power, Please listen to me. Please help me be a good person, be a good mother, be a good dentist, be a fair person, I remain  humble to you. I know you have the power to take all the blessings away from me any time you want. So I do not take them for granted and am thankful for what you have given me. Amen

I recommend  these daily talks  with the higher power .  It is very important!