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Invisalign Express vs. Traditional In...

by on 11/23/2016 - 01:55 pm
Categories: Home, Smart Living

By Dr. John White, Braces by White
While Invisalign Express uses the same concept and high-quality plastic material as traditional Invisalign to straighten teeth, there are some differences to note.
• Who Qualifies?
I use the Express 5 treatment (consisting of five aligner sets switched every two weeks) for only a couple of patients a year because of its limitations. It is an option if the patient only requires a very small amount of movement and only needs to move one to three teeth, or for orthodontic relapse patients who had braces but their teeth have just started to shift since going without retainers. The Express 5 is only capable of rotating a tooth three to fo ...

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A reformed slacker’s guide to studying

by on 11/08/2016 - 10:34 am
Category: Smart Living

By Colleen Buehl
Support Services Coordinator
“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” —Albert Einstein

Ever stayed up all night cramming for an exam, only to bomb it the next day? All the time in the world won’t save you if you don’t practice smart study strategies. I’ve spent the last 17 years with Cuyahoga Valley Career Center helping students learn these tried-and-true methods for achieving academic success.
At the beginning of each school year, I run a Study Skills program that’s like a mini-workshop geared to train kids to prepare for class each day, perform better on tes ...

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Emerging Artist: Margo Price

by on 11/02/2016 - 04:09 pm
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Community

By Jay Minkin, Minkin's Music
One evening back in January of 2015, I took a flyer after seeing a show in the downstairs portion of Music Box Supper Club. The show was billed as “Margo & The Pricetags” and featured just Margo Price on acoustic guitar and her husband Jeremy Ivery playing bass who hail from Nashville. They were traveling the Midwest performing songs as a duo, some newly written compositions, without their usual backing band.
I was instantly drawn to their music and kept them on my radar awaiting an eventual LP release.
Fast-forward to March of this year, Margo Price releases Midwest Farmer’s Daughter and it causes the biggest sti ...

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