When we asked dentists about dental implants, two out of three dentists reported that they are qualified to offer dental implant therapy.
The remaining one out of three dentists do not place implants themselves.
Verbage came from Ali Meller, a fellow Canadian that lives somewhere in the eastern US seaboard…for some reason. Without his enthusiasm and encouragement, this regatta wouldn’t have happened.
The race committee did a great job in very deep water and tons of breeze.
RO Rob Woodbury, an Olympian in the Finn, and his team Bev Parslow of West Van YC, Mike Unger, Martyn Jackson, Andy Hunt and Simeon Faehndrich were very professional and effective.
While most love standard implants, opinions about mini dental implants are highly varied.
The boat is unique in that it has outstanding performance in all conditions.
In light air it is quick and responsive, and in breeze it just goes faster.
Planing begins in 9 knots of wind, and the 505 planes upwind and down in anything over 12 knots. Yesterday at the Canadians, many if not all of the 11 boats present found out.
505s are raced in over 16 countries on five continents. As this article in the Squamish Chief tries to convey to a non-sailing audience, there was a ton of breeze. Canadian 5O5 fleet 1 thanks Phil Cragg, an early and constant supporter of the event, who provided his personal motor yacht to the race committee and drove it up from Vancouver to ensure that the regatta would be feasible.
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