The price of a perfect smile


ORAL HEALTH AND CARE


In this post we will discuss a very important issue for our oral health and are the care before and after a terrible toothache. Once your tooth extraction has been completed, your dentist should provide you with two sets of aftercare instructions. One will cover things to do (and not to do) during the first 24 hours after having your tooth pulled. The other will be recovery instructions for the days that follow. This group of instructions covers topics such as:
In this post we will discuss a very important issue for our oral health and are the care before and after a terrible toothache. Once your tooth extraction has been completed, your dentist should provide you with two sets of aftercare instructions. One will cover things to do (and not to do) during the first 24 hours after having your tooth pulled. The other will be recovery instructions for the days that follow. This group of instructions covers topics such as:
1) Controlling bleeding. Immediately after your tooth has been pulled, some amount of bleeding will occur, possibly for some time. In most cases, this bleeding can be controlled and ultimately stopped by performing the following steps: Place a piece of clean damp gauze over the empty tooth socket. Roll or fold it up into a ball or square. It’s the portion that rests directly over your wound that’s important. If you don’t have any gauze, a piece of clean cloth can be used instead. Bite firmly on the gauze for 45 minutes to an hour. Make sure the wad of gauze is large enough and positioned so that when you bite down on it it applies pressure directly onto your extraction site. If your bleeding seems to persist, a dampened tea bag can be more effective than gauze. One of the components of tea (black tea, the regular stuff you would use to make iced tea) is tannic acid. Tannic acid aids in the formation of blood clots, thus making this method a very effective technique. (Same instructions as above, just substitute the tea bag for the gauze.

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2) Protecting the blood clot that has formed. As a socket’s healing process progresses the space occupied by its clot is gradually replaced by granulation tissue (new tissue that’s especially rich in blood vessels). During this transition the clot is broken down into components that are resorbed by your body. The whole process is usually completed within about one week following your extraction.
3) Directions for how to minimize swelling and pain. It’s best to avoid strenuous work or exercise. You should also avoid bending over or lifting heavy objects. In general, it’s not a bad idea to just take it easy for the rest of the day following your surgery. When you sleep or lie down, position yourself so your head is above the level of your heart. Doing so tends to lower your head’s blood pressure level, which when trying to control post-extraction bleeding is a favorable thing. Generally speaking, the amount of swelling that forms can be minimized via the application of ice packs on the outside of your face over the area where your surgery was performed, starting immediately upon the completion of your procedure.
They also address post-extraction do’s-and-don’ts for issues such as:
1) Smoking.
2) What types of physical activities are appropriate.
3) Eating and drinking.
4) Issues with numbness.
5) Cleaning your teeth.
6) If indicated, the use of antibiotics.
Remember, the care you take (or don’t take) during this first 24 hour period will set the stage for the healing process to come. While this page contains common aftercare guidelines typically used during the first 24 hours after an extraction, your specific situation may involve special circumstances. For this reason, you should discuss these instructions with your dentist so they can amend them as is needed. Additionally, if you feel you have developed complications you should contact your dentist. It’s their obligation to address your needs.
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Pancreas: a vital organ


THE PANCREAS AND THEIR DEFICIENCIES


In the spatial tract of digestion located between the stomach and the small intestine, we find another gland Endocrine of vital importance; The pancreas. Its function is to provide the enormous reserve of caloric energy that Body organs, both in the active and rest state, by providing two hormones The metabolism of carbohydrates or sugars, naturally
derived from fruit saccharides.

The eficiencies of the pancreas are not frequent. Acute pancreatitis is a serious disease that can be fatal If not treated immediately. Symptoms may be confused with those of a eritonitis or an obstruction intestinal because they are very painful. Endocrine secretion of the pancreas is the hormone insulin which is fundamental in the metabolism of carbohydrates in the body.

With this, being secreted from the islets Langerhans to regulate during digestion the carbohydrates of carbon, fats and starch. Like other proteins, synthetic insulin can not be absorbed by oral route so it must be injected subcutaneously and intravenously. We remind you that volume 3 of the revolutionary diet plan “12 DIETS OF PLENITUDE” provides us
with an endocrine diet that expands with older details and recommendations for compliance with a natural prevention process through food.


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Remodeling bodies and faces


ESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY

Plastic surgery is the branch of surgery that deals with remodeling any part of the human body affected by an injury or deformity. The malformation can be congenital, that is, be present from birth, as in the case of children born with cleft palate or cleft lip or other congenital anomaly. The disfigurement may also be a consequence of a surgical injury or deformity necessary for the treatment of diseases such as cancer.
The main objectives of plastic surgery are the correction of anomalies, the restoration of lost functions and the improvement of the appearance of disfigured parts. Plastic surgery is one of the oldest surgical practices. It is likely that nose reconstruction operations were performed in ancient India as early as 2000 BC, when amputations of the nose were a form of punishment; With time, the caste of potters devised a method to reconstruct the nose using a part of the forehead, a technique that is still used today.
There are also some allusions to this type of surgery in ancient Greece and Rome. However, the most significant development of surgical techniques did not take place almost until the sixteenth century, particularly in the work of the Italian physician Gasparo Tagliacozzi.

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