Gum disease, also called gingivitis, involves the inflammation of your gums, and in the more severe and advanced cases, it also involves your gums pulling away from your teeth and pockets of bacteria developing in the area around the bottom of your teeth. If you think that you have gingivitis, you should see your dentist as soon as possible and do what you can to start treating it. There are a number of things that you can do to help treat your gum disease.
15 January 2019
Botox can be a great option for giving yourself a more youthful appearance, but it's important to know some of the basics before you make a decision. Discuss Botox, along with any other available options, with a plastic surgeon such as those with Mansfield Plastic Surgery LLC. Together, you can choose the right option to meet your needs. If you are considering Botox, here are a few things to know.
11 December 2018
Your child has dreamed of joining the military from a young age and plans on using their career as a way to finance their college education. Unfortunately, they have developed early symptoms of glaucoma due to a childhood accident. Seeking ophthalmology services right away is critical for ensuring that they get into the military. Why Injuries To The Eyes May Trigger Glaucoma Glaucoma typically develops in people as they age and occurs when a channel in the eye gets blocked and allows liquid to back up in the eye.
27 October 2018
Different things can trigger asthma symptoms and cause you to wheeze, cough, and feel short of breath. One common trigger is allergens. If this is the case for you, then treating your allergies might lead to a reduction in your asthma attacks. Here are some ways to treat and manage your allergies that might help your asthma. Inhaled Medications Inhaled medications can help prevent asthma attacks and they can help reduce wheezing when an attack is underway.
9 August 2018
The key to having the health you want to have for the rest of your life will largely depend on how well you take care of it. It's essential to do the right things, such as exercise and eat right to help you enjoy good health. However, it's critical to have the proper medical tests and routine physicals to ensure your health is good. You can do this and some other things by visiting a family practice and knowing some of the benefits of doing so may be the motivation you need to go.
23 June 2018
Postural hypotension and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome are two conditions that cause blood pressure to drastically drop when changing to an upright position. The symptoms of both include dizziness, lightheadedness, syncope or near syncope, confusion, and nausea. An additional symptom of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is a rapid heartbeat. Both of these conditions make getting up in the morning extremely difficult for people who have them and downright scary for people with these conditions who live alone.
6 May 2018
If you already make an effort to protect your vision, you probably know that sunglasses are important to protect yourself from UV rays. This is even truer after you have cataract surgery performed. Learn more about why the eyes become more sensitive to UV radiation following your surgery and what you can do to protect yourself. Post-Surgery Following any kind of surgical procedure, your body will be more sensitive to UV radiation.
5 April 2018
Frying foods can be a surprisingly tricky and even dangerous situation if you get any of the boiling hot oil on your face. If you get burned on the face due to a serious frying oil accident, you should consider cosmetic surgery to help manage any mental health concerns that may develop. Burn Injuries Can Impact A Person's Mental Health Serious burns on the face can leave scar tissue that will last a lifetime.
16 March 2018
Employee absenteeism can cost your company a lot of money when it interferes with productivity. When the flu season hits hard, you may have many employees out at the same time. That makes it difficult to fill the vacant spots with qualified workers, so your production level stays constant. While it isn't possible to eliminate sick days entirely, there are some things you can do in the workplace to promote employee health.
6 December 2017
Neurosurgery is going to take some time to recover from. You're not going to be able to bounce right back into your day-to-day activities immediately. It may take weeks or even months before patients are feeling back to normal. The following are five things that you should probably take care of before brain surgery to make your recovery easier and more comfortable: Give your home a good cleaning You know how much more comfortable and relaxing your home feels when it's organized and clean.
15 November 2017