Caring For A Scar: Three Approaches To Consider

Posted on: 20 December 2021

Whether you've gotten a serious cut or you're healing from surgery, you may be concerned with how to minimize the appearance of scarring after your wound has healed. Fortunately, there are many approaches you can use to help reduce the look of a scar and help promote the healing process. Here are some helpful tips you can use to care for your scar.  Moisturization  Moisturizing is essential for skin to remain healthy-looking, and that extends to scars.
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4 Signs It's Time To Join A Weight Loss Management Program

Posted on: 17 November 2021

People who have been significantly overweight most of their lives, or who have gained a considerable amount of weight in a relatively short time, often feel overwhelmed by the process of losing weight. Cutting weight can be especially challenging when you are trying to do it on your own. If your weight loss efforts seem futile, it might be time to consider weight loss management programs. Here are four main signs it's time to join a weight loss management program:
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FAQs About A Root Canal Procedure And Recovery

Posted on: 19 October 2021

What should you expect from a root canal and the recovery? This common dental procedure may strike fear in some patients. But the days of a painful process and extended recovery period are over. Modern dental and endodontic methods mean less discomfort and an abbreviated recovery time. Take a look at what you need to know about this procedure, recovery, and how to heal quickly. What Exactly Is a Root Canal?
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Why Your Dentistry Should Use A Retipping Service For Your Curettes And Other Tools

Posted on: 20 September 2021

As a dentist, you have a wide variety of dental tools available to do everything from cleaning your patients' teeth to assisting in the installation of fillings and other tooth repair work. With repeated use though, the tips of your curettes, probes, scalers, and other stainless steel tools will become dull. Most dentists regularly sharpen the tips of some of these tools so they remain effective, but eventually, there might be too much wear and tear that continuing to use the same tool is no longer a good idea.
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