4 Steps You Should Take When Your Child Loses A Permanent Tooth

Kids love to play rough. Unfortunately, rough-and-tumble play can lead to accidents. If your child's romping around has led to a tooth being knocked out, you'll need to act fast. The dentist may be able to prevent permanent loss, especially if you get there before the tooth has been permanently damaged. Here's the steps you should take as soon as your child loses a permanent tooth. Stop the Bleeding If there is a significant amount of bleeding, you'll need to get that stopped. Read More 

About The Tummy Tuck Procedure For Getting Rid Of Belly Flab

Did you undergo a tubal ligation after having kids and now have belly flab that you want to lose? It is possible to get rid of the flab without having to wait long, as you may be a good candidate for a medical procedure known as a tummy tuck. Find out below how a tummy tuck can reduce belly flab, as well as what you can expect to pay for the procedure. Read More 

Tired Of Dealing With Morning Sickness? Try These 3 Tips

During the first few weeks of pregnancy, many women struggle to overcome morning sickness. They wake up feeling miserable. It seems as if nothing they do can help to put an end to their nausea and vomiting. If this sounds like you, there are a few tips and tricks you can try to help put an end to your morning sickness and get you through to your second trimester and on to better days ahead. Read More 

Getting Ready For Arthoscopic Surgery On Your Knee

You can be happy that your orthopedic doctor will be doing arthroscopic surgery on your torn ACL instead of a more extensive surgery. The procedure will be done in an outpatient setting and your recovery will be much quicker. Here is what you can expect from the surgery and how to prepare for it and the subsequent recovery period. Days Before the Surgery You'll be instructed to stop taking certain medications for a few days before the surgery. Read More 

Why It’s Important To Treat Strabismus In Childhood

When your child has a medical problem, you want to treat it as soon as possible. The problem is that some parents don't understand the importance of addressing vision issues in such a timely manner. The irony is that while some issues can be delayed and treated more effectively once the child ages, vision isn't one of them. Here, you can learn why it's so important to make vision issues like strabismus a priority and seek treatment as early as possible: Read More