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How to Finance A New Million Dollar Smile Here in Rochester

Tuesday, August 30th, 2022

Everyone values a bright smile. Of course, there is a large majority of people that were not born with a smile they feel confident in. Luckily, there are plenty of treatment options available that can give you that million-dollar smile that you feel proud of. However, if you live in the city, you may notice an influx of providers. It can be difficult to find a dentist that meets all of your needs. Use these tips when searching for a new dentist in Rochester!

Remember You’re Worth the Investment

Before you start reading about what it takes to finance a great smile, it is important to realize that you are worth the investment. Many people put off dental work because they are worried about how they will finance it. This can be especially difficult with unexpected costs always seeming to come up. About 99.7% of adults think that a beautiful smile is an important social attribute. Feeling good about your smile will boost your confidence and can open doors to other opportunities.

Dental care is not just about cosmetics; it’s about your good health. It’s predicted that the global cosmetics market will reach 805.61 billion dollars in 2023, based on growth projections. In 2017, it was worth about 532.43 billion dollars. That’s a lot of money spent on cosmetics! Imagine if a small percentage of that money was spent on dental care. Everyone would have a million-dollar smile and feel great. You are worthy. You deserve to feel good about your smile, and there are ways you can finance your smile affordably.

Research Provider Payment Plans

Your first option to finance your dental work is to ask about payment plans at your dental office. Many dentists offer a pay-as-you-go plan for treatments like braces. About 4 million people in the United States wear braces, and about 25% of those patients are adults. Many orthodontic patients use payment plan options to make braces more affordable. Typically, the plans will require a down payment, followed by affordable monthly payments. You may have to shop around to find a provider that offers payment plans that you can afford.

Negotiate Your Options

Patients often do not ask for discounts at their dentist’s office, but they should. Consider asking your provider about any discounts that they are offering, or how you can make the services more affordable. Some providers will throw in added-value services like free teeth whitening. Negotiating the cost of services can reduce your bill. Some providers offer a cash price for services that can offer significant savings. If you don’t ask for discounts and other ways to save, you will never know if you can make the services more affordable. Ask for ways to save.

Ask About Dental Loans

If your provider does not offer a payment plan, consider working with a dental loan company to finance your new smile. A dental loan company is a loan service that specializes in providing the finance that you need to cover the cost of dental care. You will need to have good credit or a co-signer with good credit to take advantage of this option.

Use Your HSA

If you have a health savings account, you may be able to use it to cover the cost of your new smile. Using an HSA (when permitted) is an easy way to finance your dental work. Some plans allow it, while others do not. Connect with your HSA provider to learn if your account can be used to cover dental work. You can also enroll in a dental insurance plan to help finance your dental work. Make sure you do the math before you decide on this path. Dental insurance will typically cover 50% of most restorative work, but it does not cover things like veneers and other “strictly cosmetic” procedures.

A new smile can bring you confidence that you never imagined. Before you decide that you can never finance a million-dollar smile, talk to a local dentist about payment plans, and explore other options throughout the city. Remember, you are worth the investment.

Tuesday, August 30th, 2022
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Saving Money With Sustainable Heating Practices in Rochester

Monday, February 14th, 2022

If you live in Rochester, it’s good to do what you can to save every possible coin with sustainable heating practices. Have a look at some of them below and improve your home’s heating efficiency while leaving a smaller carbon footprint at the same time.

Insulate Your Home Well

The very first thing you can do to improve your heating practices in Rochester and make them more sustainable is to make sure that your home is well-insulated. Without proper insulation, you stand to lose up to 20% of every single dollar you spend on heating right through the roof. For this reason, ensure that your attic is well-insulated and your doors and windows aren’t losing any unnecessary heat through gaps and cracks. If you find any, fix them as soon as you can, either yourself or with the help of a professional for more extensive and risky fixes.

Invest in an Efficient Thermostat

If you still have an old thermostat controlling your indoor heating, it’s time to dispose of it and upgrade to a modern one that’s been made to be more efficient. Most newer ones can be set to adjust temperatures automatically, ensuring that your home is always in the right temperature range. You will also be able to control the temperature settings using your mobile device whether you’re in the house or not, and this makes it all a lot easier to avoid accidents concerning temperature changes such as coming home to burst pipes after being out for a few days.

Keep Your HVAC Maintained

Another step you can take to enjoy more sustainable heating is to always have your HVAC maintained within the timelines that its manufacturer has set. Skipping maintenance periods is opening your home up to potential disasters as well as voiding the maker’s warranty, so there’s no point in doing so. Whenever you have a concern with the system, don’t ignore it just because you had it checked within a certain timeline. Make sure to call in an expert in case you hear strange noises or sense strange smells that can be traced back to the unit, so you stay sure that it’s running as efficiently as it should.

Follow Sate and County By-Laws

When making upgrades to your home and starting new projects, even if it’s just installing a more efficient heater for your home, it’s important to follow the by-laws for your area. This will ensure that you keep your actions safe at all times and keep your home safe with the help of guidelines set up by the local governance. With the Second Chance Law taking effect in 2018 and allowing low-level, one-time convictions like DWIs to stay sealed from public view, it’s possible to get a second chance at living within the law. This will make things easier for you in the future as long as you take care not to get a similar conviction.

Make Water Heating Efficient

Finally, make sure that you heat the water you need to use in your home efficiently. If you don’t already have one, install an efficient water heater that will help you make savings while not leaving extensive damage to the environment. With groundwater accounting for more than 95% of the freshwater resources available for the nation and being the source of drinking water for half the people in the country, it’s important to minimize your impact on the environment in order to maintain groundwater.

Following these tips will enable you to live a more efficient life in Rochester thanks to improved heating practices. Try them out and you will notice a positive difference over time, becoming an exemplary household.

Monday, February 14th, 2022
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What To Do Now That the Rochester Auto Show Is Cancelled

Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

By Sammi Cohen

If you were one of the many people looking forward to the Rochester Auto Show this year, you’re unfortunately out of luck. COVID-19 and its spread have canceled this event for the year, leaving many people with few options for fun. Thankfully, there are still many things that you can do to keep yourself entertained and avoid pandemic boredom concerns. These ideas might just help you get through this tough time.

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Mom Delivers Baby on NYC Subway; Alone

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

These 'subway heroes' ain't got nothin on Wanda Dueno. [PHOTO: BuzzFeed.com]
Every so often I like to post true tales of subway heroism… A boy who lived in the NYC subway system… A drunk woman pulled out of the way of an oncoming train in the Boston “T”… No pants subway riders… uh… hem hem.

Anyway, here comes the story of one woman who truly deserves to be called an underground super hero…

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Monday, July 2nd, 2012
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2 Minutes with Rochester’s Roadside Guitar Guy

Friday, May 25th, 2012

Yesterday I decided to spend 2 Minutes with Rochester's Roadside Guitar Guy.
The song is Patience by Guns N’ Roses. The man behind the guitar is Dave. I’ve seen Dave playing on the side of this I-490 service road in downtown Rochester for years. Today I finally got out of my car and spent a few minutes with him. He’s a real good guy. Stop and say hello if you see him…

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Friday, May 25th, 2012
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Mobile Recording Studio Seeks Freestyle Talent

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Bricksonion in his traveling recording studio. If you see him around town say hi and give him a few bars.Meet local rapper “Bricksonion”. Brick first started rapping when he was 13, but didn’t take it very seriously until he was about 23. Now he is known around town for his music external link, and for operating Rochester’s first mobile recording studio.

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Inner Loop Officially ‘Dead Man Walking’

Friday, September 9th, 2011

An aerial view of Rochester on April 25, 1963. On the right is the cleared right-of-way for the final segment of the Inner Loop. [PHOTO: Local History Division, Central Library of Rochester.]
It’s no secret that I am wholeheartedly in favor of removing Rochester’s Inner Loop roadway which encircles downtown and chokes it off from the surrounding neighborhoods like an ever tightening nooseexternal link. What we didn’t know until today was that City Council and Mayor Tom Richards feel the same…

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Friday, September 9th, 2011
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55th Anniversary of Rochester’s Darkest Day

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

These notices were posted in anticipation of the end of passenger service in the Subway on June 30, 1956. [Image from Railroad.net]

As we look back on 55 years without our subway, the U.S. Highway System celebrates its 55th birthdayexternal link. Coincidence?

Some old photos of Rochester’s lost subway after the jump…

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Thursday, June 30th, 2011
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Rochester, You Have a Bike Plan. Now What?

Monday, March 7th, 2011

The first marked bike lanes and shared use lanes will begin to appear this construction season across the city. [PHOTO: Phillip Barron]
Last summer I posted a progress report on Rochester’s Bike Master Plan and I commented on the importance of such planning—even if you don’t own a bike. Well, I’m all giddy with excitement to report… Rochester has a bike plan! Officially.

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Mayor Duffy Submits Resignation. Oh, and uh, happy New Year.

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Fireworks over Rochester. [PHOTO: Aaron Giambattista]
Effective at 11:59 p.m. Friday December 31 2010, Mayor Robert Duffy will no longer be Rochester’s Mayor. Duffy will be sworn in as Lieutenant Governor of New York on Friday night. The inauguration ceremony will take place at noon on Saturday, January 1.

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Thursday, December 30th, 2010
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Mark Aesch Moves To Consolidate Upstate Transit Authorities

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Aesch wants to consolidate the big four upstate transit authorities. He points to the Rochester transit system which, over the past 5 years, has addressed I just read an article in Sunday’s Albany Times Union that has me scratching my head. Mark Aesch, CEO of the Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, wants to consolidateexternal link the four big transit authorities of upstate New York—Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo. On the surface it seems to make sense. They each do the same thing in relatively similar cities in a single state. But does Aesch really believe consolidating operations across a 250 mile wide region will lead to better public transit service for all four regions? Or are we witnessing the beginning of a power grab?

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Sunday, November 14th, 2010
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Would We Build the Subway Today? Commentary By Chris Matthews

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Hardball talkshow host Chris Matthews had posed a very blunt question for President Obama, Democrats & Republicans, and America at large…

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Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
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Rochester’s (inspiring) Old Railroad Stations

Saturday, November 6th, 2010

The interior of Rochester's missing rail station. The main waiting room with high arching windows and ornate ceiling would rival New York's Grand Central Station if it were around today.Lots of news has been brewing lately over the future of Rochester’s beat-up, 32-year-old Amtrak station on Central Avenue. Congresswoman Louise Slaughter recently announced that a $1.5 million federal stimulus grant has been awarded to New York state to plan for a new multi-modal station on the site. A $2.5 million appropriation to pay for the station design is expected to pass Congress next month. And Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo has just made it abundantly clearexternal link that New York will take whatever federal money is left on the table by newly elected GOP governors in Ohio and Wisconsin.

So for now, let’s just assume that something very interesting is in the works for our pitiful excuse for a train station. This is the perfect time to take a step back in time—to be inspired by Rochester’s grand old stations…

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Saturday, November 6th, 2010
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iPhone Band Rocks It Out On NYC Subway

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Atomic Tom holds an impromptu jam session on the B train. Or maybe it was planned... but who the f*ck cares it's freakin awesome.

The latest subway performance making the rounds actually has a tech-angle. A band known as Atomic Tom recently staged an “impromptu” show on the B train, but played one of their songs using only iPhones. The video was uploaded to YouTube and has since logged more than 633K views.

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Monday, October 18th, 2010
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Mortimer Street Public Workshop: Wednesday, 6-8pm

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

There’s really no comparison between this proposed $4 Billion transit station in San Francisco and Rochester’s Mortimer St. Bus Terminal. But watch the video anyway. It just might inspire you enough to come to the Hyatt Hotel tomorrow night…

Tomorrow (Wednesday) night RGRTA will host a 2-hour public workshop from 6-8pm to take ideas for the soon-to-be-built Mortimer St. Bus Terminal. You can protest and “Give ’em Hell”… Or you can give ’em your ideas… and help influence one of the most important public projects in Rochester’s history.

No signup is necessary, and no designs will be presented. Attendees will cycle through four workstations staffed by city and RGRTA officials, who will record people’s ideas for the center’s design. Those ideas will be posted on RGRTA website, www.rgrta.com external link.

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UPDATE: Did you miss the RGRTA Transit Terminal design workshop? To submit your comments or ideas by mail use this form. New designs will be presented to the public on October 27.

Read the comments from public.

Read the comments from bicyclists.

Read the comments from Mark IV Construction.

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
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Rochester’s Bike Master Plan—It’s Not Just for Cyclists

Sunday, August 29th, 2010

Rochester is a great city for off-road cycling. The City's Bicycle Master Plan Project will seek to elevate Rochester to full 'Bicycle Friendly Community' status with the League of American Bicyclists' Bicycle Friendly Communities Program. [PHOTO: from Tobo's Flickr stream]
Something outstanding is happening in our community—Rochester is catching Bike Fever. Over the past decade or more Monroe County and local municipalities have been steadily making investments in existing off-road trails and in new ones, especially around our colleges, universities and along the river and lake shore. You may have noticed some new ones near you. Bicycling Magazine even placed Rochester on their list of America’s Top 50 Bike-Friendly Citiesexternal link this year. Albeit at #50, but hey, it’s a good start!

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Sunday, August 29th, 2010
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Two Upcoming Subway Tours… and a Dinner Party??

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

The World Canals Conference will be hosting a cocktail/dinner party inside the abandoned Rochester subway tunnel and it's being billed as a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity. That it is.
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities don’t come along very often—that’s why they’re referred to as such. So clear your calendar, put the dog out, and grab your coat and hat… preferably a hard-hat.

After our subway excursion was squashed last Spring, many of our readers feared that they had missed their last chance to see the inside of the Rochester subway tunnel with their own eyes (and smell it with their own quivering noses). But this Summer the stars have aligned. Here come not one, not two, but THREE rare opportunities to go inside Rochester’s seldom seen subway… legally!

Oh, and did I mention, a lucky few* will get to enjoy cocktails and a catered dinner party INSIDE the tunnel? Yummy! Okay, here we go… these may be your final chances to experience the Rochester subway tunnel…

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Summer Subway FREEBIES! Free Rochester Wallpapers

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

Dress up your PC with free Rochester wallpapers.
I’ve never shared this with anyone before… but I have a disorder. I’m an excessive wallpaper changer. I’m in therapy (and doing a little self-medicating) but still, I have a hard time keeping one background graphic on my computer desktop for more than a day or two (at most). Maybe I have ADHD? Or maybe I just need a life. I CAN’T HELP IT! I just get bored staring at the same image for too long. I tear through so many wallpapers I’ve had to start making my own…

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Think Before You Defend Rochester’s Inner Noose

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

An aerial view of Rochester's crumbling and under-utilized Inner Loop.
A recent story in the City Newspaper, “Glamming Rochester’s Gateways” external link touched on the idea that filling in part of the Inner Loop would help reconnect certain neighborhoods with downtown and improve Rochester’s eastern gateways. Then came the raging comments from readers who blindly defended the inner loop and its many blessings.

One letter external link sent in from James R. Boehler went like this…
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Tuesday, July 20th, 2010
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‘Star Wars’ Invades The New York City Subway System

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

One of the wonderful things about living in New York City for an artist is having the opportunity to share your work with any number of people at a moment’s notice. No matter the time of day, whether you’re in the park, strolling along the sidewalk or traveling via mass transit, there’s always someone around, always a captive audience…

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