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Is Dermabrasion Right for Your Skin?

16th July 2012
Do you use a ton of anti-aging and wrinkle creams? If you struggle with skin problems, particularly severe scarring, you may be considering dermabrasion. Before heading to the local dermatologist, you should take the time to become informed about the indi... Read >
Author: Katerina Schmidt

Things you should know about Gum Contouring

03rd January 2012
Gum contouring or gum reshaping, is a cosmetic form of dental treatment used to enhance the overall appearance of someone’s teeth. It is mainly used in situations where the person has what is generally referred as ‘gummy smile’. A person gets a gummy smil... Read >
Author: Larry steevan

Cost of Circumcision Surgery in Bangalore

01st March 2011
If your General Practitioner has told you that you will need to have a circumcision, are you worried about the cost of circumcision surgery in Bangalore? You will need to do some research There are small clinics that perform the surgery, as well as ... Read >
Author: anita prakash

Treatment & Cure for Occipital Neuralgia

26th November 2010
Millions of people suffer from headaches. Thіѕ repeatedly causes missed work days, less productive days and less enjoyable days. Migraine can be explained as a specific intracranial vascular headache. Often Migraine is the term mistakenly used... Read >
Author: Fadi Nukta

Treatment of Ingrown Nails

13th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Bruce Lashley Ingrown toenails can be caused by abnormal nail structure, irritation and pressure from poorly fitted shoes, and most commonly by improper nail trimming where the corners of the toenails are rounded off. Once the nail b... Read >
Author: Bruce Lashley DPM

Is Liposuction Safe and Worth Considering?

05th March 2010
At present, the liposuction procedure is the most common plastic surgery in the usa. Generally known as the suction assisted lipectomy, this surgical treatment may remove pockets of unwanted fat from the abdomen, thighs, flanks, thighs, face, neck, arms, ... Read >
Author: Greg Gillespie

Treatment For Thrombosed Hemorrhoids - Simple and Effective Ways

24th September 2009
Is there a best treatment for thrombosed hemorrhoids? A thrombosed hemorrhoid sounds a bit worse than it really is, although sufferers would never want to downplay the pain and agony that they cause. A thrombosis occurs - in any part of the body - whe... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

The Importance of Heart Pacemakers

13th May 2009
Have you ever wondered how a pacemaker works? An artificial pacemaker is an electronic mechanism which is attached to the heart by small electrodes. The pacemaker is usually implanted through surgery, however temporary external pacemakers are available. T... Read >
Author: msmart

Is Bunion Surgery Right for You?

13th May 2009
Why do Bunions Form? Bunions are generally formed because your foot has unique positioning that puts too much pressure on the joint on your big toe. If this goes on for long enough, the pressure will cause the toe to turn toward the rest of your toes. ... Read >
Author: vishuxpert

Bunionectomy Success!

27th April 2009
Are you afraid to even talk to your doctor about bunion surgery? Many patients are very apprehensive about bunion surgery. They have heard horror stories of severe pain and bad outcomes. These are usually not true. Bunion surgery is actually quite success... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Cortisone Shots and The Side Effects You Should be Aware of

10th April 2009
What is a cortisone shot?A cortisone shot or a cortisone injection is given to patients to relieve pain mainly caused by joint inflammation. The ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, knee, wrist and spine joints are the most common areas in the body where patients... Read >
Author: Jgroux

Glossopharyngeal neuralgia

09th September 2008
Glossopharyngeal neuralgia (GPN) is also called vagoglossopharyngeal neuralgia. Glossopharyngeal neuralgia is characterized by shock like pains in the territory of the glossopharyngeal nerve. It is in every way similar to tic douloureux except for the dis... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

How to Get Rid off Those Facial Parentheses (Nasolabial Folds)

24th July 2008
One of the most common facial areas that bothers many patients is the development of the nasolabial folds, also referred to as the lip-cheek groove, or in a recent television commercial known as the parentheses. You can argue whether it is a fold or a gro... Read >
Author: Eppley Plastic Surgery

The Most Common Toenail Problems

16th May 2006
WHAT ARE INGROWN NAILS? An ingrown nail is the result of a nail growing into the skin that surrounds it. This often occurs at either edge of the big toe. Ingrown nails may be caused by improper trimming, inherited nail deformities, injuries, fungal infec... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Hurless

The root Canal Treatment, Gum Infection and Apicoectomy

16th March 2006
Copyright 2006 SSLI Health Group When a root canal filling develops a granuloma, cyst, or some other infected area at the end of the root, dentists will sometimes endeavor to save the tooth by performing an operation called apicoectomy. The area of inf... Read >
Author: George Meinig
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