Customize Your Apparel Printing

Custom t-shirt printing and photo t-shirts are our specialty but if you are looking for custom sweatshirts or a personalized throw or maybe even photo totes or custom mouse pads, you have come to the right place. Our custom t-shirts make the perfect gift for a special person in your life or you can create a unique fashion statement by owning a one-of-a-kind t-shirt that you customize and personalize with your very own sense of style.
Send us your favorite photo or design, any clear photo will do, but pictures from a high resolution digital camera will give you the best quality picture on your t-shirt. Then you decide if the photo or design is applied by itself or with customized text. You can use one of the many templates from our gallery for a unique text design. Custom printed t-shirts mean just that. You will end up with a one of a kind photo shirt or custom printed t-shirt.
Custom printed t-shirts are a great way to show off your favorite photos. We also offer custom t-shirt logo printing for cooperate business, bands, events, and family reunions. The possibilities are endless. We offer volume discounts for same design or photo t-shirt orders of 5 shirts or more. Just email us with your information and we will send you a quote within 24 hours. We also do special orders for different styles of shirts (polo shirts, denim shirts etc). t shirt printing
Creating your own custom t-shirt has never been so easy. You email us your photo, logo or design along with any text you might want added and we take it from there.
For lasting durability on all our custom t-shirts we use a professional grade heat transfer paper with a commercial heat press to apply your image or design. Because the process is different for applying heat transfers to white as opposed to colored fabrics, you will notice a small price adjustment between white and dark garments.


1. Custom Blankets
Wrap a warm hug around someone you love with a custom printed blanket.
2. Custom Printed Pet Bandanas
Let your dog make a fashion statement with a one of a kind custom printed bandana made just for him.
3. Custom Printed T-Shirt
Whether it’s a photo, logo, or your own design, photo and custom printed t-shirts let you show it off in style.
4. Custom Sweatshirt
Custom printed sweatshirts and photo sweatshirts will keep you warm in style.
5. Mouse Pads
Photo mouse pads make great gifts for family and friends and can be made with one photo or several photos.
6. Photo Pillow
Who wouldn’t love to rest their head on a Photo Pillow of a loved one or a pet.
7. PhotoMug
These photo mugs will put a smile on anyones face, from grandparents to parents to pet lovers.

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Colorful t-shirts on the hanger

8. PhotoSweater
If you think our other photo items are cool, wait until you see our new PhotoSweater. Guaranteed to be a hit.
9. Totes
Custom printed totes and custom printed photo totes with your favorite photo, design or logo are great fashion accessories.

10. Woven Photo Throw
Photo Throws are the perfect gift for friends and family. From grandma and grandpa to your best friend to that pet lover in your life, everyone loves personalized photo blankets.

Outdoor Lighting runs on Low Voltage

Outdoor Lighting runs on Low Voltage

Low voltage lighting transformers convert the electricity of your electrical grid into a much smaller voltage output. This is essential for powering your low voltage outdoor lighting!

Do You Need One?

If you are planning to have landscape lighting, then yes. Outdoor accent lighting is, for the most part, all considered low voltage. Anything that uses about 50 volts or less is.

Households in the United States typically have a 120 volt grid, which is far too much for smaller lighting to handle. Without a low voltage transformer you would short out lighting not made to withstand the excess energy supplied! landscape lighting

Put nice, short and simply: low voltage lighting transformers simply ‘transform’ your home’s electrical power into a smaller, more manageable voltage for your landscape lighting!

Installing a low voltage transformer can be a little bit trickier. Working with 120 volts of electricity can be extremely dangerous, and shouldn’t be attempted if you don’t have proper understanding of electrical systems. You will probably want to hire a licensed professional electrician to do the installation for you.

They will also be familiar with your local municipality codes in regards to low voltage lighting.

So What Do You Need?

This is where planning in advance comes in. You will need to know how many lights you will need for your project, because you will have to get a low voltage transformer that can support them.

Low voltage lighting transformers come in various sizes and wattage. It is important to get the right one for your lighting project. So you will need to gain a number, the amount of total wattage your landscape lighting will use.

This is a simply done taking the wattage of the bulbs in the lights you are planning to use, and then multiplying that number by the total number of fixtures.

But you will need to have a little extra in your transformer. The general rule of thumb is about 25% more wattage in your transformer than your total wattage number.outdoor lighting

Wattage of the Bulbs x Total Number of Fixtures = Total Wattage
Total Wattage + 25% = Wattage Your Transformer Will Need

So if your total wattage comes out to be about 90 watts or so, a 100 watt transformer is what you’ll need for the job.

If you are planning to install more lights in the near future, you can consider a low voltage transformer with a higher wattage, but you don’t want to go too much higher than your total wattage. It may be a better idea to buy additional transformers, or upgrade one you have, at a later time when you do decide to add more lights.

To make your home really shine, low voltage outdoor lighting is both efficient and beautiful. It can be a wonderful addition and can bring any landscape to life. Low voltage lighting transformers are the way these kinds of lights are able to shine their brightest!

Questions for Your Dentist

Question for Your Dentist

Q: Are you taking new patients?

A: New patients are always welcome. Contact us today to make a new patient appointment and discover a whole new way to experience dentistry! We are proud of the services we provide and appreciate your referrals of family and friends.

Q: Is it going to hurt?

A: Dentistry has come a long way over the years and both dental and hygiene visits are now even more comfortable than ever.

Q: What can I expect at my first visit?

A: At your first visit you will be welcomed by a member of our Client Care Staff who will offer you a beverage while you take a moment to fill out a medical questionnaire. Once you have completed your questionnaire, our Treatment Coordinator will escort you to a private meeting room to take your personal information for our files. This is also your opportunity to ask questions, express concerns and learn about the many dental services provided at Image Dental Studio.Dentist

You will then have a full examination by Dr. Michael Opler in order to assess your needs. It is our goal to provide all of our patients with the very best care in a comfortable and casual setting. We are always enhancing our services and welcome suggestions and comments from our clients. We look forward to meeting you and your family at your first visit.

Q: How can I reach you in case of emergency?

A: We are concerned about your oral health 24/7. Dr. Opler carries a pager and may be reached after hours using the phone number provided to you by our treatment staff. We strive to ensure we are available should you have an emergency. In the event that Dr. Opler is out of town, emergency numbers are provided on our answering service.

Q: How often should I have my teeth cleaned?

A: We recommend that you have your teeth cleaned by a dental hygienist at least every six months and every three to four months should you have periodontal disease. Our hygienists are experienced professionals who can recommend the treatment that is best for you.

Q: Where can I park?

A: For your convenience, parking is available to the back of our office. However, should the parking lot be full when you arrive for your appointment, we recommend parking on the street between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. or at the free parking lot just past Centre Street on the west side of Yonge Street. Please see our directional map available on our Web site.

Q: If I have to have freezing, will it hurt and how long will it last?

A: Freezing is no longer a painful procedure. We first apply a topical gel that numbs the gums even before we give freezing to make the experience much more comfortable. Freezing generally lasts between 2 and 5 hours depending on the procedure.

Q: If my insurance isn’t willing to pay, does that mean the treatment isn’t necessary?

A: Our job is to recommend the best treatment for you. Insurance policies vary depending on the package your employer purchased. Insurance policies have general allowances for a great number of employees and do not look at the specific needs of the individual. Denial of coverage does not in anyway reflect the necessity of the treatment, but rather the contract�s limitations on eligible office visit

Q: Can I still have treatment if I am pregnant?

A: Pregnant women tend to experience swollen and tender gums during pregnancy. This is due to the excess of hormones in the body, so extra attention should be paid to the teeth and gums during this time. We do not recommend x-rays unless absolutely necessary or bleaching your teeth while pregnant. However, the majority of procedures are safe for expecting mothers. It is often recommended that elective procedures be done after the first trimester. Massage mats, gel eye packs, pillows and blankets are available for your added comfort.

Q: What do you have available for anxiety?

A: Many people suffer from anxiety so you are not alone. We offer nitrous oxide for those patients who feel they can benefit from a relaxant during their appointment. The nitrous oxide (laughing gas) does not have a lingering effect so you can drive home right after your appointment. Patients who wish to have nitrous oxide are asked to refrain from eating 2 hours prior to their appointment to avoid upset stomach.

Q: What type of dental floss should I use?

A: There are many dental floss products on the market, but we like to recommend Glide floss as it never shreds and is easy to use. Ask us for a free sample at your next visit!

Q: My son wants to pierce his tongue. Should I be concerned?

A: There are many risks associated with tongue piercing including nerve damage, swelling, infection, bad breath, cracked and broken teeth, gum recession, and impaired speech to name only a few. We strongly recommend that anyone wanting to have their tongue pierced speak to a dental professional and become fully informed before making any treatment

Q: Does my home water filter remove fluoride from the water?

A: Water filters do not remove fluoride.

Q: Does bottled water contain fluoride?

A: Bottled water does not contain fluoride. Most toothpaste will supply an adequate amount of fluoride.

Q: How often should I brush?

A: We recommend that you brush your teeth at least twice daily, morning and night.

Q: Do whitening toothpastes really work?

A: Whitening toothpastes help to remove plaque and stain, but will not whiten the teeth significantly. There are several whitening products on the market that are much more effective.

Q: Do the whitening products you can buy in the drugstore work?

A: In some cases, yes. Please ask your dentist which whitening product is right for you. There are many factors, which could affect the success of the whitening process.

Q: Are electric toothbrushes better than manual brushes?

A: In most cases, electric brushes are more effective in removing plaque and bacteria. Ask your dentist which one is right for you.