Wherever possible, we prefer investments that benefit from an inexorable trend — the sort of long-term trend that cannot be disrupted by geopolitics, elections, pandemics, wars, etc. For Crown Castle, the inexorable trend we identified is increasing data consumption in the world, and more specifically, increasing mobile data consumption. This inexorable trend has been around for a number of years but only recently has its growth gone into overdrive driven by mobile phone handset improvements, higher capacity networks 3G to 4G and now 5G and the massive growth in online streaming video consumption. Going forward, this growth will continue to be magnified by the Internet of Things IoT and the automation of vehicles.
Decay under a Dental Crown – Patient Case Study - Adler Cosmetic & Family Dentistry
Crown College in St. Bonifacius MN embraced a five-year persistence and completion project four years ago. HLC accredits colleges and universities in a […]. HLC accredits colleges and universities in a nineteen-state region. Critical to the initiative was to use six years of data from first-time, full-time degree-seeking students who entered the college in fall semesters of —
Dental crowns are an effective way to repair a damaged tooth. Eventually they will need to be replaced for a variety of reasons. In some instances, this is due to tooth decay that develops under the crown. When this occurs, you will need to work with a highly skilled and experienced dentist who can accurately diagnose the issue and customize your treatment plan accordingly. During his career, Dr.
In this dental case study we see a person who was born with a cleft palate. Often times people with cleft palates are born without some of their front teeth. This person is no exception he is missing his top left lateral incisor. He had been through braces with a great orthodontist here in Chattanooga.