ARTIFICIAL VERTICAL GARDEN

Looks so real you'll forget it isn't!

Being totally maintenance-free, Artificial Vertical Gardens create a big impact for an extremely low lifetime cost

Benefits of Artificial Vertical Gardens

- Ideal for indoor or outdoor use

- Zero maintenance

- No irrigation

- No insects or other critters

- Made to measure for any space

- Long-lasting

- Noise-dampening

- High-quality, convincing design 

- Accurately mimics real plants

- Tough and resistant to a variety of climate conditions

Whether residential, commercial or institutional, Artificial Vertical Gardens enhance any interior space with naturalistic beauty.

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WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE 
VERTICAL GARDEN, CO. FOR YOUR ARTIFICIAL VERTICAL GARDEN NEEDS?
  • We are specialists in vertical gardens

  • The only company in the world that offers four types of vertical gardens

  • We source only high quality plants and materials

  • International patent and direct import of vegetation and materials

  • Responsive and qualified service

  • Up to 2 year limited warranty

  • World-wide delivery and installations

  • More than a decade of experience in the market

The Artificial Vertical Garden Low-Down

Artificial Vertical Gardens are an excellent solution for anyone wanting to bring some vitality and color to their space, but who are unsure about committing to the ongoing maintenance costs of a living wall.

Made to convincingly mimic real plants, our premium artificial vertical gardens are a beautiful substitute for living walls. Premium Artificial Vertical Gardens do not need natural lighting, air circulation, or irrigation, making them perfect for interior spaces that would have difficulty sustaining a healthy living wall. For exterior applications, where they will receive greater wear and tear from rain and direct sunlight, we offer a sturdy, UV-resistant variety that will look like new for years to come.

Sustainability is in our DNA

Here at Vertical Garden, Co. we are careful to monitor and take steps to minimize our environmental impact. Part of the structural backing used to mount all of our vertical gardens is made from recycled materials, and the backing itself is recyclable. We work with suppliers to ensure that all of our products are sustainably produced and harvested. The chemicals used in our preservation and dyeing processes are GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) for typical human use. In short, working in an environmentally ethical manner is standard operating practice.

 
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Frequently Asked Questions Artificial Vertical Garden

Surgical instructions

Preoperative Instructions


APPOINTMENT: Please arrive 15 minutes before any surgery. LOCAL ANESTHESIA (numbing only) or NITROUS OXIDE: Eat and take all medications as usual (especially diabetics). You may drive and come alone unless instructed otherwise. I.V. ANESTHESIA or ORAL SEDATION: Have no food or drink after midnight. Have an escort to remain in the office during your treatment, to drive you home, and to attend to you until fully recovered from the anesthetic. (Due to COVID, you will be asked to remain in the car after checking the patient in). This may take the entire day. Diabetics on insulin – follow specific instructions given regarding insulin use and food. If you have an illness such as a cold, cough, sore throat etc. please notify the office immediately. Your procedure may need to be rescheduled. MEDICATIONS/PRE-MEDICATIONS: Have prescriptions filled prior to arrival, to save time. Take antibiotic one hour prior to procedure or as directed. If directed, take Benadryl at bedtime & one hour prior to appointment. Take ALL routine medicines as scheduled, unless instructed otherwise. All medicines should be taken with as little water as possible, before the procedure. CLOTHING: Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing with short sleeves, eg. T-shirt. Contact lenses and jewelry must be removed. Do not wear finger nail polish or acrylic nails, as it interferes with our sensors.




Dental Implant Surgery


Immediate Postoperative Instructions After Placement of Dental Implants BLEEDING No spitting or rinsing your mouth for 2 days. These can cause bleeding. Bleeding is normal for 24 hours and will increase with talking and general activity. Bite on MOIST gauze for 20 minutes at a time and change until bleeding stops. If bleeding continues or is increasing, place a moist tea bag (not herbal) directly over surgical site and bite down for 1 hour. Repeat as needed. PAIN MANAGEMENT/MEDICINE After something cold and soft to eat, like a milkshake or yogurt, take pain medicine as directed. 600mg Ibuprofen AND 500mg Tylenol every 6 hours. Start this regimen 3 hours after the procedure and take it for 2 days. After that you can take them as needed. We do NOT routinely prescribe narcotics. If nauseated, take 25 mg of Benadryl to settle the stomach. Take antibiotic if directed. If rash or itching develops, stop taking antibiotic, take 25 mg of Benadryl and call the office. ICE Apply ice pack to face (20 min. on 20 min. off) for 24 hours to control bleeding, pain and swelling. FOOD/DIET Eat cold, soft foods until numbness wears off to avoid biting your lip or tongue. No hard, crunchy foods for 2 weeks. Refer to diet sheet for food suggestions. Avoid chewing on surgical site for at least 1 week while area is healing. Avoid straws for 2 days. ORAL HYGIENE Brushing with a soft bristled, manual toothbrush may be resumed the day following surgery, being careful to avoid the surgical site. You may gently rinse with water only, but do not swish vigorously to protect the surgical site If instructed, one week after the procedure, gently rinse with warm salt water twice daily for one week. [ 1 cup warm water + 1 tsp salt] EXERCISE No exercise or heavy lifting for 3-4 days, or as directed SWELLING/BRUISING Swelling and bruising are normal following surgery and can peak on day 3 then start to dissipate Bruising is possible, especially if patient is on blood thinners SMOKING/MUSCLE SPASM If pain increases or is referred to the ear on day 4-5, you may have a muscle spasm. Apply a COLD pack to the side of the face and take Motrin to reduce discomfort Smoking delays healing, avoid for 1 week following surgical procedures IF HEALING CAP PLACED (in addition to General Instructions): Continue rinsing with Peridex twice a day for one week. Do not brush healing cap for 2 weeks until gum tissue has healed. Do not use floss or WaterPik around the implant for one week SIGNS TO WATCH FOR Fever, chills, sour taste of pus, swelling that worsens after the third day, bleeding after the second day. If you notice any of these signs, call the office. POST IMPLANT INSCTRACTIONS/POST IMPLANT CARE After your dentist restores the implant with a crown. The most common reasons for failure of an implant are: Improper oral hygiene. Maintain excellent oral hygiene. Brush and flossed just like any other tooth. Even though the crown won’t get decayed, lack of good hygiene can cause bone loss around the implant and eventual failure of the implant. Visit your dentist every 6 months or as needed and follow oral hygiene instructions carefully. We highly encourage smoking cessation. Uncontrolled immunosuppressive diseases, eg. Diabetes etc; or Immunosuppressive medications, eg. For rheumatoid arthritis etc. Bruxism/Clenching. If you are prone to clench or grind your teeth, we highly recommend getting a bite guard (night guard) to protect your implants. Talk to your dentist about it.




Wisdom Tooth Removal


BLEEDING Bleeding is normal for 24 hours and will increase with talking and general activity. Bite on MOIST gauze for 20 minutes at a time and change until bleeding stops. If bleeding continues or is increasing, place a moist tea bag (not herbal) directly over surgical site and bite down for 1 hour. Repeat as needed. PAIN MANAGEMENT/MEDICINE After something cold and soft to eat, like a milkshake or yogurt, take pain medicine as directed. 600mg Ibuprofen PLUS 500mg Tylenol every 6 hours. Start this regimen 3 hours after the procedure (before the numbness wears off) and take it for the first 3 days. After that you can use the same regimen as needed. * If nauseated, take 25 mg of Benadryl to settle the stomach. * If rash or itching develops with any medicine, stop the medicine, take 25 mg Benadryl and call the office. * If the entire side of your face hurts, including the head/neck/ears/opposite jaw, then the pain is likely to be a muscle pain. This is common for 1-2 weeks after any procedure. Use non-narcotic pain medicine as described above. In addition, use a COLD pack with gentle massage on the side of your face multiple times a day to relax the muscles. * If you have pain that goes to your ear around day 3-5 after an extraction and cold air or water worsens it, it could be a dry socket. Take Ibuprofen as above and call the office. ICE Apply ice pack to face (20 min. on 20 min off) for 1-2 days to control bleeding, pain and swelling. FOOD/DIET Eat cold, soft foods until numbness wears off to avoid biting your lip or tongue. No hard, crunchy foods for 2-3 weeks and avoid popcorn for 2 months. Refer to diet sheet for food suggestions. Avoid chewing on surgical site for at least 1 week while area is healing. Avoid straws for 1 week. ORAL HYGIENE Brushing with a soft-bristled, manual toothbrush may be resumed the day following surgery, being careful to avoid the surgical site. You may gently rinse with water only, but do not swish vigorously to protect the surgical site If instructed, one WEEK after the procedure, gently rinse with warm salt water twice daily for one week. [1 cup warm water + 1 tsp salt] EXERCISE No exercise or heavy lifting for 1 week SWEELING/BRUISING Swelling and bruising are normal following surgery and can peak on day 3 then start to dissipate. Bruising is possible, especially if patient is on blood thinners. DRY SOCKET/SMOKING Avoiding straws, smoking, rinsing and exercise for 1 week following surgery Smoking delays healing, avoid for 1 week following surgical procedures. IF SINUS EXPOSURE There may be some bleeding from the nose on that side. Do not blow your nose or sneeze through your nose. If you have to sneeze, open your mouth wide Use the nasal spray and antibiotics as directed. SIGNS TO WATCH FOR Fever, chills, sour taste of pus, swelling that worsens after the third day, heavy bleeding after the second day. If you notice any of these signs, call the office.




Extraction and Bone Graft


BLEEDING Bleeding is normal for 24 hours and will increase with talking and general activity. Bite on MOIST gauze for 20 minutes at a time and change until bleeding stops. If bleeding continues or is increasing, place a moist tea bag (not herbal) directly over surgical site and bite down for 1 hour. Repeat as needed. PAIN MANAGEMENT/MEDICINE After something cold and soft to eat, like a milkshake or yogurt, take pain medicine as directed. 600mg Ibuprofen PLUS 500mg Tylenol every 4-6 hours. If nauseated, take 25 mg of Benadryl to settle the stomach. Take antibiotic if directed. If rash or itching develops, stop taking antibiotic, take 25 mg of Benadryl and call the office. ICE Apply ice pack to face (20 min. on 20 min off) for 24 hours to control bleeding, pain and swelling. FOOD/DIET Eat cold, soft foods until numbness wears off to avoid biting your lip or tongue. No hard, crunchy foods for 2-3 weeks. Refer to diet sheet for food suggestions. Avoid chewing on surgical site for at least 1-2 weeks while area is healing. If a graft was placed avoid for 3 weeks or until the gums have closed Avoid straws for 1 week ORAL HYGIENE Brushing with a soft bristled, manual toothbrush may be resumed the day following surgery, being careful to avoid the surgical site. You may gently rinse with water only, but do not swish vigorously to protect the surgical site If instructed, one WEEK after the procedure, gently rinse with warm salt water twice daily for one week. [ 1 cup warm water + 1 tsp salt] EXERCISE No exercise or heavy lifting for 3-4 days, or as directed SWELLING/BrRUISING Swelling and bruising are normal following surgery and can peak on day 3 then start to dissipate Bruising is possible, especially if patient is on blood thinners DRY SOCKING/SMOKING If pain increases or is referred to the ear on day 4-5, call the office to be evaluated for a possible dry socket or muscle spasm Take Motrin to reduce discomfort Avoiding straws, smoking, rinsing and exercise for 1 week following surgery will decrease your chances of getting a dry socket Smoking delays healing, avoid for 1 week following surgical procedures If BONE GRAFT PLACED (in addition to General Instructions) Do not spit, swish or rinse any liquids in your mouth or chew on that area for 3 weeks until the gum has healed – the bone graft can come out. Avoid any commercial mouth rinses (eg. Listerine), electric toothbrushes and water piks for 3 weeks There can be an altered taste due to the bone graft or membrane material No swimming for 3 weeks while graft is healing If SINUS EXPOSURE There may be some bleeding from the nose on that side Do not blow your nose or sneeze through your nose. If you have to sneeze, open your mouth wide Use the nasal spray and antibiotics as directed. SIGNS TO WATCH FOR Fever, chills, sour taste of pus, swelling that worsens after the third day, bleeding after the second day. If you notice any of the signs, call the office at 410-337-7755 or emergency only after hours 410-494-7535




Post Anesthesia Instructions


Do not drive for 24 hours Use assistance when walking etc. Delay bathing until the following day No alcohol for 24 hours If you develop itching or rashes from any medicine, take 25 mg of Benadryl and call the office.





New Patients

Consultation Appointment/Patient Registration


Please BRING with you the following information at the time of your consultation: 1. Your surgical referral slip and any X-rays if applicable 2. A list of medications you are presently taking Also, to save time during your appointment, please fill out the following forms ONLINE: 1. Patient Information Form 2. Medical/Dental History 3. HIPAA Privacy Policy and Release of Information [Here is the HIPAA Policy for your review.] 4. Please Email us a FRONT AND BACK copy of your dental insurance card. Your first appointment at our office will be to review your condition and medical history. Based on your physical condition, treatment options and anesthesia options will be presented. Your surgical appointment and necessary prescriptions as well as preoperative and postoperative instructions will be given at that time. Only occasionally will actual surgery be performed on the day of consultation. Please allow one hour of time for your consultation. Important: All patients under the age of 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at the consultation visit. Please alert the office if you have a medical condition that may be of concern prior to surgery (e.g.diabetes, high blood pressure, artificial heart valves, rheumatic fever, etc.) or if you are currently taking any medication (e.g. heart medications, aspirin, anticoagulant therapy, Fosamax, Actonel, etc.).




Scheduling


Please call us at 410-337-7755 to schedule, OR you can Schedule Online . Our practice is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm. We will schedule your appointment as promptly as possible. If you have pain or an emergency situation, every attempt will be made to see you that day. Generally surgical appointments are made in the morning. The afternoon appointments are for consultations, post-operative visits and emergencies. Consultation visits require approximately half to one hour. We try our best to stay on schedule to minimize your waiting. Due to the fact that our practice provides surgical services, various circumstances may lengthen the time allocated for a procedure. Emergency cases can also arise and cause delays. We appreciate your understanding and patience.




X-Rays


If your dentist or physician has taken x-rays, you may request that they forward them to our office. If there is not enough time, please pick them up and bring them to our office. If additional films are necessary, they can be taken at our facility.




Anesthesia Preparation


A preoperative consultation and physical examination is mandatory for patients undergoing IV anesthesia for surgery.





Payment options

What insurance do we work with?


Here is the full list of Insurance Companies we Participate with :

Aetna EXTEND

Alwayscare/UNUM

Ameritas

Careington DISCOUNT plans ONLY. No PPO

Cigna

Delta Dental

Dominion National

GEHA

Guardian

Unicare

United Concordia

Since there are numerous individual plans, Please confirm with your INSURANCE COMPANY if Dr. John is in network with your plan.




Insurance & Fees


Our business office staff is experienced with insurance procedures and can answer most questions regarding billing or insurance coverage. We will give you a fee-for-services Treatment Plan during the initial consultation. Insurance generally pays a portion of your bill. For your convenience, our staff will prepare and send your insurance claim. Fees for services are based on the complexity of the treatment, not on what insurance companies allow. We accept a variety of insurance plans. Please call the office for more information. We ask all patients to make a down payment when or before services are performed. In absense of a returned PreAuthorization, our financial policy allows for a deposit of 65% at the time of surgery. Insurance will be billed after the procedure and any reimbursement will be determined and provided over the next several weeks. Please remember that you are fully responsible for all fees charged by this office regardless of your insurance coverage. In special situations, other financial arrangements will be made. We accept VISA, Mastercard and Discover credit cards. Please talk to our business staff about your needs. We will send you a monthly statement. Most insurance companies will respond within four to six weeks. Please call our office if your statement does not reflect payments made by your insurance company during that time period. Any remaining balance after your insurance has paid its portion is your responsibility. Your prompt remittance is appreciated. We can make arrangements for a monthly payment plan, but that must be implemented prior to any actual procedures.




Healthcare financing information


If you are interested in obtaining financial help for procedures, please visit the Care Credit website.





Existing Patients

If you are an existing patient:


Existing patients can login to our Patient Portal where they can view scheduled appointments, treatment plan and account balance. Use the user id and password that was emailed to you after your consultation appointment.





Referring Doctors

Referral Forms


Email us your referral or use this form, if needed. Our email is HIPAA compliant.





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