The Dental Center Group stands as a nationwide network of dentists' offices that all benefit from the same training in excellent patient care. For the past 25 years, the network has grown to include hundreds of dental professionals across the country, each of whom offer a standard range of modern smile procedures such as Invisalign, porcelain veneers, and lessons on how to say "cheese."
To assist teenagers as they leave the Continuum of Care, Boys Town Nevada offers a Transition to Adulthood program that places young men and women in an independent living setting and offers financial relief for the time that they search for employment. Each month, $450 helps transitioning teens afford expenses, including utility bills, food, bus passes, a sheriff's help card, and their apartment complex's safety deposit.
Michileng Photography captures fleeting moments during on-location photo shoots. These sessions can be inside or outdoors at scenic areas such as public parks. Michileng Photography works with all types of photo subjects, including families, young children, and pets.
The mechanics at Fairway Chevrolet restore road warriors by rotating tires, replacing oil, and inspecting important car components during one-hour services. After draining debris-clogged oil from engines, certified techs slick parched auto pistons and joints with up to 5 quarts of a new lubricant. Mechanics rotate rollers so they wear evenly and examine wiper blades, auto glass, and bobbleheads of Henry Ford glued to dashboards during multipoint inspections. Autos trailed by dust clouds and littered with fast-food bags receive an exterior wash and swift interior tidying, which reveals the colors in carpet and upholstery.
With more than 40,000 graduates ushered through their program, Key Realty School's staff of instructors understands what's needed to become a realtor in Nevada. The school's courses—taught using materials kept up to date by the school's own publishing company—span the range of Nevada's separate realty specialties, including property management, appraisal, and broker exams. Every course is accompanied by a wealth of materials from workbooks and practice tests to national reference guides and online exams. By allowing completion in two or four weeks with sessions in both the morning and evening five days a week, the staff makes each course as flexible as a gymnast made of taffy. Students can even take longer than four weeks should they have to accommodate their own busy schedule. Conscious of the headache surrounding the task of earning a license, the school helps students avoid the rigmarole with testing in person, via fax, or online.