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9 Important Facts to Consider About Dentures and Teeth Implants Costs, PART 2

30th July 2012
Did you know that wearing removable dentures, or false teeth, accelerates the loss of bone tissue in the underlying jaw? And that because of this only 40% of all patients are, at the end of a five-year period, still wearing the same original denture made ... Read >
Author: Derek Dawson

Reduce and Eliminate Puffy Eyes

20th March 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Joe Maldonado There are times when individuals have puffy eyes and most of them are wondering on how to get rid of puffy eyes. Puffy eyes, otherwise known as periorbital edema, happen when there is swelling of the eyes. It caused by ... Read >
Author: Mr.Guru

Easy Non-Invasive Steps To Bone Spur Relief

30th January 2012
As our bodies age, regrettably there are particular factors we certainly have certainly no power over. Have you ever experienced typically the disagreeable sensation of a bone spur, if so what happens I mean. You really are unable to control it! It's ... Read >
Author: William Smithson

Microdiscectomy IN INDIA AT LOW COST

09th December 2011
Overview and Indications Microdiscectomy, also called Microlumbar Discectomy (MLD), is performed for patients with a painful lumbar herniated disc. Microdiscectomy is a very common, if not the most common, surgery performed by spine surgeons. The opera... Read >
Author: pankaj

Spinal Fusion Surgery,Lumbar Spinal Fusion Surgery,Spinal Fusion India

19th October 2011
Spinal Fusion Overview Spinal Fusion Overview Spinal Fusion Procedure Alternative Names Vertebral interbody fusion; Posterior spinal fusion; Arthrodesis; Anterior spinal fusion; Spine surgery - spinal fusion Definition of Spina... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Dental Care for Your Child

10th August 2011
Patience is a real virtue when pertaining to the dental health of your child. You have to come across dental care the moment teeth begin to emerge from your child’s gums. Such maintenance requires eagerness and perseverance as he/she is not able to do it ... Read >
Author: elizabethcull

Broken Ankles and The Workplace

09th June 2011
A broken ankle may refer to any fracture in the three bones that make up the ankle joint, the fibula, tibia and talus. The ankle is critical to balancing the body and providing it with mobility. A broken ankle injury will require that the joint is complet... Read >
Author: AlfredoRobinson

Rhinoplasty: Getting the Caucasian Look

15th February 2011
People with different racial classifications have distinct facial features and body structures. Light-skinned people, for example, are prominent for their long-bridged, narrow noses and thin lips. On the other hand, black people tend to have flat noses, t... Read >
Author: BettieComerford

How Allergies Effect Sleep--3 Ways Your Allergies Can Prevent Sleep

04th February 2011
Allergy symptoms can be tough to deal with during the day, but even tougher at night. Here are 3 ways allergies can interfere with sleep and solutions that will make sleep possible. Stuffy Nose-When allergens are inhaled, the soft tissues inside the no... Read >
Author: Debbie

Knee Joint pains: Knowing it in detail

09th December 2010
Pain in joints is a common problem that brings patients to a doctor’s doorsteps. A joint pain can be due to various reasons like natural aging, injury, infection, disorder, breakdown of bones and tissues or over usage like high-impact activities and sport... Read >
Author: psm@amameds

Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy

06th November 2010
The knee of a dog and a human's knee are very similar. To keep the knee of a dog stable, the cranial cruciate ligament is inside of the joint to the job. The cranial cruciate ligament prevents the femur from sliding forward and backward on the tibia. If t... Read >
Author: Larry Von Rogers

Reasons Why You Should Get a Sleep Apnea Pillow

29th October 2010
A sleep apnea pillow is considered one of many natural cures for mild sleep apnea. It reduces the chances of soft tissues at the back of the throat from collapsing into the air ways. A clogged air passage causes a person to snore and then gasp for air. Th... Read >
Author: Ken Edwards

celiac disease ayurveda treatment

27th October 2010
It is the cutaneous manifestation of celiac disease.SINGS AND SYMPTOMSMore itchy blistering rash commonly affecting scalp,buttocks,elbows and knee but it can also occur on any area of the skin.They occur on normal or reddened skin.There is burning sensati... Read >
Author: Ganesham Software

Magnesium: The Miraculous Mineral, Better than Calcium?!

26th October 2010
Most Americans these days are very well informed of the significance of calcium in the body. Few, however, understand the need for magnesium, a crucial mineral that includes a close partnership with calcium. In fact, magnesium and calcium are equally nece... Read >
Author: Audrey Padarn

Back Surgery cost vs. Spinal Decompression cost?

30th June 2010
Spinal Decompression for treating neck and back pain due to herniated disc is a non-surgical, non-invasive, and cost efficient treatment. There are no needles, drugs or surgery. The treatments are perfomed quickly and you do not get unclothed. Individ... Read >
Author: drnahali
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