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FASHION RULES AND ETIQUETTE
The rules of labor, social and daily etiquette at the time of dressing apply similarly for both ladies and gentlemen, however to distinguish the informal, semi-informal style and the completely formal style, its scope of use in events, colors of most accepted use according to the complexion, the forms according to the body stature and when accessories should be used or not; they are compiled below exclusively.
• Informal style: It is the way that each one of us has to express our personal taste by means of the meticulous selection of each garment, it means comfort and freedom, but equally it has its limits in terms of the texture of the colored fabrics and the covering of the extremities. That is, we can group the “informality” as a style that does not keep the rules of decency, seriousness and punctuality such as sports style, clothes to be at home, and summer. When dressing to attend events, vacations or beach rides, only in this style is the color white, cream and colors so striking to neon allowed. Examples of types of casual clothing in women are sleeveless blouses, T-shirts, miniskirts, shorts and dresses with a simple cut at the knee that are accompanied by slippers or slippers, slippers or tennis shoes always low, sandals and hats or summer hats. In the case of men’s casual clothing we mention t-shirts, shorts, sports or mid-calf for camping or outdoor activities, these garments can be accompanied by caps, glasses and slippers or slippers, shoes or tennis.
• Casual or Semi formal style: It is a style that moves away from the breakdown of the informal and approaches a bit to the moderation of formality without reaching the extreme, which as a rule assumes the use of jackets, vests, bodices , jerks and jacos. You should avoid very loose clothing and very tight, as with the formal style. Prêt-à-porter is the system of manufacture and sale of fashion made in series, with different stipulated sizes. It is a French expression that means ‘ready to go’, often used in opposition to the classic haut couture or haute couture fashion system, where each garment was sewn to size in the workshop itself.
• Formal or label style: Although we are not supporters of capitalist doctrines, we must recognize the rigor of quality and price of the selection of formal clothing to dress when attending events of great social importance that is limited to urbanized areas. As far as sacks and trousers are concerned, the types of linen, cotton and silk fabrics are distinguished from synthetic cloth garments which, although they can be cheaper, are also more uncomfortable. We recommend dark blue or dark gray suits or suits, which are formal tones that translate into formality. The black tuxedo should be impeccable without fabric lint due to use or discoloration, it is not recommended to use the coffee as it is considered to be transmitting. The cut is usually always straight classic type, without creases.
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ORAL HEALTH AND CARE
In this post we will discuss a very important issue for our oral health and are the care before and after a terrible toothache. Once your tooth extraction has been completed, your dentist should provide you with two sets of aftercare instructions. One will cover things to do (and not to do) during the first 24 hours after having your tooth pulled. The other will be recovery instructions for the days that follow. This group of instructions covers topics such as:
1) Controlling bleeding. Immediately after your tooth has been pulled, some amount of bleeding will occur, possibly for some time. In most cases, this bleeding can be controlled and ultimately stopped by performing the following steps: Place a piece of clean damp gauze over the empty tooth socket. Roll or fold it up into a ball or square. It’s the portion that rests directly over your wound that’s important. If you don’t have any gauze, a piece of clean cloth can be used instead. Bite firmly on the gauze for 45 minutes to an hour. Make sure the wad of gauze is large enough and positioned so that when you bite down on it it applies pressure directly onto your extraction site. If your bleeding seems to persist, a dampened tea bag can be more effective than gauze. One of the components of tea (black tea, the regular stuff you would use to make iced tea) is tannic acid. Tannic acid aids in the formation of blood clots, thus making this method a very effective technique. (Same instructions as above, just substitute the tea bag for the gauze.
2) What types of physical activities are appropriate.
3) Eating and drinking.
4) Issues with numbness.
5) Cleaning your teeth.
6) If indicated, the use of antibiotics.
Remember, the care you take (or don’t take) during this first 24 hour period will set the stage for the healing process to come. While this page contains common aftercare guidelines typically used during the first 24 hours after an extraction, your specific situation may involve special circumstances. For this reason, you should discuss these instructions with your dentist so they can amend them as is needed. Additionally, if you feel you have developed complications you should contact your dentist. It’s their obligation to address your needs.
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