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Top 4 smartphones nowadays

No doubt about the fact that today we exist in a smartphone world rather than an e-world. Yes, you may think that it is a common thing to hear, but what if I tell you that a recent research revealed that about 173 million people living in the United States use their smartphones to communicate with friends and peers, increase their productivity with user-oriented apps, and surf the internet. Evidently, 173 million is a huge figure, which implies that smartphone manufacturers have a huge market, not only in the US, but all over the globe.
Considering such a demand for the smartphones, manufacturers continue to launch highly sophisticated smartphones, which makes it a touch difficult for the user to pick one among all the available choices. Below I have compiled a description of 4 smartphones, which deserve to be ranked as the best smartphones in the market today.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: Undoubtedly, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the most sophisticated Android Kit-Kat phone launched by an…

What's in Store for the Technological Future of Dentistry?

For many people, going to the dentist is something they wish to avoid. Usually, this is due to the idea they will experience pain or discomfort during their procedure. However, as technology continues to evolve within dentistry, various new equipment and techniques are being introduced to allow a patient's experience to be much easier than in years past.
Laser Dentistry
Considered a breakthrough because it allows for a much less invasive procedure, laser dentistry makes a visit to a dental office much more relaxing for almost any patient. According to Dr. Knebel Murray, it is used in such procedures as the removal of benign tumors and cold sores, as well as decay removal and helping to regenerate damaged nerves, it results in a shortened and virtually painless healing period for the patient. A welcome advancement for many dental procedures.

Air Abrasion
A great advancement in dentistry, air abrasion can now take the place of a dental drill in many procedures. Allowing dentists to r…