Uses Of Dental Bonding

Dentist Blog

Your smile is one of the first things that other people notice about you. It only makes sense that you would look for cosmetic dental procedures that are designed to enhance your smile and correct any imperfections that might exist. Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dental procedure that is gaining notoriety for the many uses and benefits that it provides. Fills Cracks and Cavities If you have cavities in your teeth that need to be filed or visible cracks that are noticeable to others, dental bonding can be the perfect solution.

30 July 2015

What You Should Know About Food Allergies As An Adult

Health & Medical Blog

Many people have numerous misconceptions about allergies, particularly food allergies. While most people assume that people develop allergies as children and have to deal with them their entire lives, this may not always be the case. As such, many adults who did not knowingly have food allergies as children know very little about the realities of food allergies as adults. So get to know the facts about food allergies. Then, if you think you may have an allergy, you can get to an immunology doctor (allergy doctor) as soon as possible to find out for sure.

16 July 2015

What's The Procedure For Dental Implants?

Health & Medical Blog

Dental implants are a permanent procedure for replacing missing or damaged teeth. The most common dental implant procedure involves at least three separate visits to a dentist (such as Peter J. Kaufman, DMD). Here are some things you can expect while receiving surgery for dental implants.   Before Surgery: Choosing Implants Depending on your condition, you will likely have multiple options, such as dentures and bridges. So, choosing a dental implant is a conscious decision for improving your health.

13 July 2015

Four Ways For Beginners To Prevent Sports Injuries


Exercise can be great for your body and mind, but overdoing it when you're just starting out can cause unnecessary strain and lead to injuries. Here are some tips on increasing your fitness while preventing injuries.  One Step at a Time When setting a new exercise goal, it can be tempting to jump to meet your goal right away. However, you can cause yourself more injuries by changing your activity level too quickly.

17 June 2015

How To Protect Your Hearing

Health & Medical Blog

If you listen to your headphones at full-blast or are constantly around loud noises, you are at risk of losing your hearing aid. In order to avoid hearing loss, follow these important hearing protection tips: Reduce Headphone Use Research now proves that listening to headphones can be damaging to your ears. In fact, it is one of the leading causes of hearing loss for children and teens. Not only does the volume of the audio coming out of the headphones matter, but so does the duration.

3 June 2015

4 Common Hospice Care Myths And The Truths Behind Them

Health & Medical Blog

If your loved one has reached a point in their illness where hospice care is mentioned, you may be concerned with all of the preconceived notions you have of this service. Below are four common myths associated with hospice care and the truths behind them. Myth: Hospice Care Is Only for the Elderly Truth: Hospice can be utilized by patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. The purpose of hospice care is to help patients enjoy the rest of their lives with as little pain as possible.

19 May 2015

What to Expect after Receiving a Squamous Cell Carcinoma Diagnosis

Health & Medical Blog

If you love spending hours in the hot sun or prefer getting your summer glow from a tanning booth, then you may be at risk for squamous cell carcinoma. Here is what to expect if you are diagnosed as well as some possible treatment methods.  What Is a Squamous Cell Carcinoma? Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most common form of skin cancer, and is frequently found on the areas of the body that are exposed to the sun most.

1 May 2015

Services Of A Midwife: How They Differ From Services Offered By An Obstetrician In A Hospital Setting


Midwives, unlike their medieval counterparts, are required to have a license in obstetrics and registered nursing. It is no longer a profession whereby one woman who is experienced in delivering babies runs from house to house helping women in labor. Instead, a modern midwife spends two to four years training to be a registered nurse, followed by several more weeks of training in obstetrics and midwifery. If you are considering hiring a midwife for your next baby's delivery, there are some key differences between an OB/GYN and a midwife that you should know.

17 April 2015

Pregnancy Complications: What To Expect From A D&C

Health & Medical Blog

When you get pregnant, the last thing you want to hear from your doctor is that your baby is no longer developing and you are going through a miscarriage. Pregnancy loss is a very difficult thing to go through, but there are some decisions to make. One decision is whether or not to have a dilation and curettage. A dilation and curettage, or D&C, is an outpatient procedure that removes the tissue from your uterus.

3 April 2015

3 Ways To Prevent Restful Sleep

Health & Medical Blog

Everyone would like to have better more restful sleep. What many people do not understand is that they are doing things each day that are hurting their sleep. This is why it is vital that people understand the things that they are doing that are making them more tired and less rested. Here are a couple of those things: 1. Using Screens Before Bed It has become a habit of many people to watch a show before going to bed.

25 March 2015