How Cosmetic Injections Are Done, And How To Care For Injection Sites Afterward

16 March 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Cosmetic injections are almost always fillers, but there are chemical injections as well. Depending on which type you opt for, the procedure is slightly different. You may have some after-procedure care instructions to follow as well. The following information on how the procedures are done, as well as after-care instructions, is provided.  Filler Injections With filler injections, the cosmetic surgeon will draw marker lines along the lines in your face where you want the filler to be injected. Read More 

What to Expect After Getting Botox Treatment

7 February 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you have never gotten a Botox treatment, you might not know just what it is that you should expect from it. The more you know, the less nervous you may be, and the more likely it is that you can be properly prepared for the entire process. To help you with this, you will want to take a few moments to review the following information. There Will Be Some Redness Read More 

Surgery Might Be The Best Way To Treat Your Snoring And Sleep Apnea

16 December 2018
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Snoring and sleep apnea occur together. Snoring happens because your airway collapses, and the sound results when you struggle to pull air through a partially obstructed airway. In some cases, air stops moving completely and although your chest may move, your airway is so collapsed that you can't draw in air until you wake up enough to start breathing normally again. This cycle repeats all night and disrupts your sleep and leads to a number of health problems, so your doctor may recommend sleep apnea surgery as treatment. Read More 

3 Reasons You May Need Short-Term Nursing Care After A Stroke

28 November 2018
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

There are a lot of reasons why individuals end up in a nursing home for a short-term level of care to help them recover after an illness or injury. For instance, your doctor may refer you to a short-term care facility after breaking a bone, after serious surgery, or to recover from a cardiovascular problem. One of the most common reasons patients are referred to a nursing home for short-term care, however, is because they have had a stroke. Read More 

New Dental Implants? 4 Steps To Proper Care During The Holidays

9 October 2018
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

The holidays are just around the corner. If you'll finally be enjoying your new dental implants before the season arrives, you'll need to take care of them. The holidays and cold weather pair together to create some unique safety hazards for your new dental implants. Here are four steps you should take to protect your new implants. 1. Avoid the Hot Drinks If you enjoy hot drinks during the cold months, especially things like hot spiced cider during the holidays, you need to avoid those now that you have dental implants. Read More