Medicine

Vestibuloplasty Procedure using Dental Diode Lasers
By Pioon Laser · 8 months ago
Introduction - The shallow vestibule was one of the mucogingival problems cited by Friedman in the late 1950s that required apicocoronal dimension of gingiva. Problems with shallow vestibule includes, - Unable to perform intra-sulcular cleaning ...
5 Effective tips to fight stress at work
By Jennifer Brown · 7 months ago
Work life of people varies from one person to another. We are all living in a very competitive work and to able to make a place for ourselves it is very important that we work ...
Get Abortion Pill Online to Easily Terminate the Unwanted Gestation
By Genelia Smith · 8 months ago
Abortion is the medical process that got legalized in the year 1973 in the United States. This procedure is safe and legal throughout the United States. But in some territories, there are few restrictions and ...
Which vaccinations are recommended during pregnancy?
By Oleksiy Denysenko · 8 months ago
Pregnancy is a special period in a woman's life. Each future mother would certainly like to be prepared as best as possible for its challenges. And just as we care about the health of our ...
The minimally invasive hip replacement
By Alessio Biazzo · 8 months ago
THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE HIP REPLACEMENT Hip replacement is a major orthopedic surgery which consists in replacing the hip affected by hip osteoarthritis. The surgery involves the prosthesis of the entire joint, through the implantation of ...
Help For Pain Behind The Knee
By Dr. Dan Levesque, Dc · 8 months ago
Knee pain is extremely common and there are many people who suffer with it. Surprisingly, even more complain of knee pain in a specific location…. Behind the knee! Yes, there are many condition that cause ...
End the Gestation Early with the Mtp Kit
By Genelia Smith · 8 months ago
Medical abortion is a non-surgical abortion that is one of the safest methods to terminate the pregnancy when the trimester is up to 12 weeks. It is the method that can be performed by a ...
How To Have Twins: a Fertility Expert tells you the truth
By Claire Walker · 8 months ago
We get a lot of questions from couples about the chance to have twins with fertility treatments. Much of what is out there is wrong so this article will explain how women get pregnant with ...
The coronavirus - what exactly is it?
By Oleksiy Denysenko · 9 months ago
The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus belongs to the Coronaviridae family, which comprises zoonotic viruses found in birds and mammals. Symptoms of a SARS-CoV-2 infection include fever, weakness and fatigue, shortness of breath, cough, and difficulty breathing. The ...
Management of Unerupted Lateral Incisor by LASER Assisted Surgical Exposure
By Pioon Laser · 9 months ago
Introduction- Maxillary incisors are aesthetically important, parents often notices it first and are troubled. The children are bullied or teased due to delayed eruption resulting in psychological complications. It is necessary to bring the unerupted ...
Psychiatric Nursing: All Your Questions Answered
By Katy Konkel · 8 months ago
Unlike physical ailments which generally have an obvious cause and treatment plan, mental illness can be harder to diagnose and treat. Furthermore, while attitudes are changing, there is still a stigma associated with seeking therapy ...
What face mask to use to protect against SARS-CoV-2?
By Oleksiy Denysenko · 9 months ago
Many countries around the world have introduced an order to cover the lower parts of the face, nose, and mouth in public places to reduce the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection. It is widely advised to ...
Why Outsource Your DME Billing?
By Lauren Lau · 9 months ago
Outsourcing DME (Durable Medical Equipment) Billing In a constantly growing healthcare industry, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) have become an increasingly popular choice of healthcare-related services to millions of patients nationwide. In fact, a recent survey ...
Bacterial lysates, or immunization vaccines for children
By Oleksiy Denysenko · 9 months ago
Bacterial lysates are immunizing vaccines that can protect the body against recurrent respiratory diseases. They are administered orally, in the form of tablets, granules, capsules, or aerosols. They are available only by prescription and can ...
Coronavirus: Disinfecting Your Scrubs
By Katy Konkel · 9 months ago
As the front line of defense against the coronavirus pandemic, nurses and doctors are continuously placed in a scenario where they may be exposed to the COVID-19 virus. While routine hand washing and the use ...
A Day in the Life of a Correctional Nurse
By Katy Konkel · 9 months ago
Currently, there are more than 2.4 million men and women serving time in America’s jails and prisons. Of these 2.4 million inmates, it is estimated that 40% are managing chronic medical conditions; 40% are coping ...
Considering Home Health Nursing? What You Should Know Before Applying
By Katy Konkel · 9 months ago
After gaining one to two years of work experience on a medical-surgical floor, the career opportunities that are available to a nurse become virtually limitless. While some clinicians will continue their employment journey in a ...
Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season: Tips and Tricks for Nurses
By Katy Konkel · 9 months ago
As a nurse, your risk of catching a viral illness from an infected patient during cold and flu season is high. Additionally, your line of work requires that you be out in the community where ...
Fun Self-Care Tips for Rheumatoid Arthritis
By Mark Smith · 9 months ago
Depending on how severe your Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is, it can sometimes be a challenge to live with. A trusted RA doctor in Temecula understands how chronic pain and fatigue can impact everything from your ...
Natural Remedies for Spider Veins
By John Fan · 9 months ago
Varicose veins and spider veins are super common and affect almost everyone I know. Some are more bothered than others. Medically speaking, there is only one reason to do vein procedures and that is symptoms. ...