Monthly Archives: November 2017

You CAN afford buying the house of your dreams!

How many times have you imagined drinking a Piña Colada from your balcony while looking at the playful waves of the ocean? Your husband almost finished the barbecue, the kids are playing in your huge garden and you still cannot believe you’re living in such a beautiful house. Let’s not dream anymore and make that dream come true! As Audrey Hepburn liked to say “Nothing is impossible because the word itself says “I’m possible!”

Buying a real estate, with additional land where you can built another house or you can simply grow some vegetables and have your own bio farm is now possible with Baja Rosarito Realty in Baja Rosarito, Mexico, a place not too far away from the border with United States, on the Pacific Ocean coast.

The experts from Live and Invest Overseas named Mexico among the top 10 countries where is best to buy a real estate. Although it is traded in U.S dollars, your expenses will be in pesos, a currency at an all-time low against the U.S dollar. This is ideal for foreigners, but also for Mexicans.

Statistics show that many people are actually able to buy a house, but what stops them is not the lack of money, as many may think, but their own belief that they cannot afford it. What happen is that many of them choose to pay the rent that is higher that the money they’ll have to pay monthly after purchasing the house they want.

Nowadays banks are offering solutions like creative mortgage terms and down payments assistance programs. The process of buying and the amount of money that need to be paid might scary the potential clients, but what they need to know is that after buying the house, the real monthly costs represent just 20% of their salary. How many times you gave up on going on a concert because you thought you don’t have enough money but when you look at the situation from another angle you realized that you bought a lot of unnecessary things needed this month? So next month you’ll be careful to finally be able to attend the concert. Same with buying a house. Don’t worry about the money, you WILL manage to pay the bills. You CAN actually buy the house of your dreams!

Dental Extractions

Dental extraction refers to the removal of a tooth from dental socket in alveolar bone. Dental extraction is also referred to as exodontias, tooth extraction or exodontics. Generally natural teeth are supposed to last for the entire lifetime but sometimes dental extraction becomes necessary due to various factors. It’s a medical procedure by EG Dental to address tooth or teeth infection or problems. Here are some of the reasons which may necessitate tooth extraction.

Badly damaged tooth

Generally, small tooth damages can be repaired but when tooth becomes badly damaged from decay or trauma it becomes necessary for it to be extracted. Tooth decay is the most common cause of tooth extraction.

A crowded mouth

Sometimes your teeth may be too big for your mouth making their alignment impossible. Under such circumstance a dentist may extract some teeth in order to align your teeth properly. Similarly, when there is no enough space in the gum for another tooth to erupt a dental extraction becomes necessary.


When the tooth decay extends beyond the pulp (the part of tooth containing blood vessel and nerves) it becomes necessary to pull the tooth out. Normally such infections can be rectified with root canal therapy, but if it severe such that it cannot be treated extraction becomes necessary.

Periodontal or gum diseases.

This is an infection of tissues and bones supporting the teeth. These infections may cause loosening of a tooth making it necessary to extract it.

Tooth extraction is delicate process performed by oral surgeon or a dentist. Generally, tooth extraction is performed as the last resort after other treatments have failed or cannot work. During the extraction an anesthetic is administered to numb the area surrounding the tooth to be extracted. It important to ensure extraction is performed by a professional dentist as un-procedural removal of teeth may cause complications which may necessitate further surgery.