The Advantages Of A Pediatric Cosmetic Dentist
28 July 2015
A cosmetic pediatric dentist is specifically qualified to work on your children's teeth as opposed to adult's teeth. After 4 years of regular dental school a pediatric dentist will go to school for 2 more years just so that they can specialize in the oral health of children. So is it worth taking your children to a pediatric dentist over a general or family dentist? You decide. Below are some of the differences of a pediatric cosmetic dentist.
3 Drugs That Can Contribute To Gingivitis
29 June 2015
A type of gum disease known as gingivitis can lead to inflammation and bleeding gum tissue, and if not treated, may lead to tooth loss. While inadequate dental hygiene and certain systemic illnesses can cause problems with your gums, both prescription and over-the-counter medications may also lead to gingivitis.
Prescription medications known as beta blockers are used in treating high blood pressure, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmia, and anxiety. While side effects commonly associated with these drugs include fatigue, exercise intolerance, dizziness, and gastrointestinal problems, gingivitis may also occur.
3 Tips For Helping Someone Whose Family Member Is In The Hospital
24 June 2015
A family's life can be turned upside down when one of its members is admitted to the hospital. For the other members, what was previously a normal life quickly becomes exhausting, filled with hospital visits at all hours of the day and providing health updates to family members and friends. When you see a family to whom you're acquainted dealing with this situation, it's polite to offer your assistance but even better to suggest a handful of specific ways in which you can help.
A Parent's Guide To What To Expect During A Pediatric Genetic Testing Evaluation
11 June 2015
If a physician expects that your child has chromosomal disorders or genetic conditions, it is highly likely that you will be referred to a genetic testing company or specialist for a through analysis and evaluation. As a parent, this can be both frightening to face with your child and yet exciting, since genetics can often give you an inside look at a specific diagnosis so treatment becomes an easier path. If your child has an upcoming genetic testing evaluation, it is only natural natural that you will have questions about what to expect.