Oral Health: How It Can Affect Your Fertility
4 September 2015
If you are trying to conceive, you likely are meeting with doctors and specialists who are helping you to understand and solve the puzzle that comes when men and women are unable to get pregnant. Surprisingly, many other aspects of body health, including oral health, affect fertility. Here are some factors about the heath of your teeth and gums that could be a factor in fertility.
Scientists are starting to realize that gum, or periodontal, disease, has a bigger impact on total body health than people might assume.
5 Effective Glaucoma Treatments To Discuss With Your Ophthalmologist
25 August 2015
You found out you have glaucoma, now what? Glaucoma is one of the top reasons people suffer from vision loss and complete blindness. If caught early, the optic nerve damage can be managed. It's important to do everything you can to have your glaucoma treated as quickly as possible at a clinic like Country Hills Eye Center. If you are trying to figure which type of treatment you want to agree to, here are your options.
5 Tips For Talking To Your Children About Attending Counseling
6 August 2015
Going to therapy is difficult. You have to allow yourself to be vulnerable, and share your deepest thoughts with a complete stranger. For many people, counseling is frightening at the beginning. For children who don't quite understand the world, it's even harder. One in five children have a mental health disorder. Many children and teenagers can benefit from therapy. After experiencing a trauma, a change at home, or bullying at school, it's helpful to gain a new perspective on life from a professional.
Set Your Oral Surgery Pracice Apart By Learning CAD And Offering Custom Dental Implants
28 July 2015
Engineers and architects have long been using computer-aided design (CAD) programs, but CAD's applications are no longer limited to these fields. As CAD and computer-aided manufacturing advance, more and more professionals, including oral surgeons, are finding these programs have applications for their field. If you're an oral surgeon, learning CAD/CAM will enable you to offer custom dental implants -- which have benefits for your patients and could set your practice apart from others.