• Do You Need Braces?

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    In May 20, 2014
    Do you need braces? Dental braces, or orthodontic braces, are used by orthodontists to correct and fix teeth imperfections particularly misaligned and crooked teeth. Braces are also used to improve dental bite—which is essentially the “relationship” of the teeth between the upper and lower jaws. In the US, according...
  • Understanding Face Lifts

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    In May 5, 2014
    For men and women who are bothered by the facial marks of aging, undergoing rhytidectomy is a feasible option. More commonly known as face lift, it is a surgical procedure that can help improve the visible signs of aging in the face and neck specifically sagging, deep creases below...
  • Dental Surgery 101: Root Canal

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    In April 26, 2014
    Dental Surgery 101: Root Canal Root canal is a common dental procedure for people who have badly infected tooth pulp. During a root canal, the infected pulp is removed, and the pulp chamber is filled and sealed to prevent bacteria from entering and spreading. This procedure is covered by...
  • The Lowdown on Body Lift

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    In March 24, 2014
    The Lowdown on Body Lift For those who have undergone liposuction, or are researching on possible cosmetic surgeries, body lift is a familiar term. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons website, body lift is a cosmetic surgery that removes excess sagging fat and skin to address skin...
  • Liposuction, the Laser Way

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    In March 17, 2014
    For patients who want the fat-burning effect of liposuction minus the risks and after-effects of a surgical procedure, laser liposuction is the answer. Also called laser lipolysis, this procedure “uses heat from fiber-optic lasers at various wavelengths to melt body fat,” according to HealthLine.com. Lipolysis also “spurs the production...