Avoiding Painful Dry Socket Following Wisdom Teeth Removal
15 May 2015
If you're getting your wisdom teeth removed soon, you're likely being inundated with terrifying stories about the perils of dry socket. While dry socket certainly isn't the most painful thing that can happen to you, it's one of the most painful complications from a wisdom tooth extraction. Dry socket occurs when the blood clot that is meant to heal your gums following tooth removal becomes dislodged, exposing the internal nerves and bone to air.
New Baby Coming? 2 Tips for Getting the Nursery Ready
29 April 2015
If you have a baby coming soon, you have likely been working on the nursery. Not only do you want it to look nice, but you also want it to be a safe place for your newborn. Below are two tips on getting your nursery ready so it is a comfortable place for your baby.
Choose a color of paint for the baby's room first. What you choose may depend on the gender of the baby.
LASIK - Is It Right For You?
15 April 2015
One of the most important senses that a human being possess is their sense of sight. The loss of your sense of sight will mean a severe alteration of your lifestyle. While some forms of sight loss cannot be corrected currently, there are methods that can restore your visual capacity in many instances. One of those methods is known as LASIK surgery.
What is LASIK Eye Surgery?
The term LASIK is an acronym that stands for the term Laser-assisted in situ Keratomileusis.
Fever Facts: 3 Signs Your Should Call A Pediatrician
1 April 2015
Caring for a young child can be stressful, and many parents find themselves wondering whether or not their child's illness is serious enough to need a pediatrician's assistance. Since young children are often unable to tell you just how sick they really are, it's up to you as a parent to determine if medical help is required. Fevers are common among young children, but sometimes a fever can be a sign of a more serious problem.