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Yorktown, Va. Periodontists Use New Interactive Website to Educate the Community on Periodontics and Oral Health
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For the Month of June, Dr. Chip Mercer is Offering Complimentary Dental Implant Consultations in Arlington, Texas
Arlington, TX (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
According to the ADA (American Dental Association), up to one-half of all adults will lose at least 6 permanent teeth by age 65. While many adults who are missing one or more teeth turn to dentures, there is a more comfortable and convenient option: dental implants.
Dental Implants in Arlington TX are replacement teeth permanently grounded in the mouth by artificial tooth roots implanted into the jaw bone. While removable dentures and dental bridges require daily maintenance and are often ill-fitting and uncomfortable, dental implants look and act just like the patients natural teeth and require nothing more than a solid oral hygiene routine to remain strong and beautiful for decades.
Dr. Chip Mercer of Arlington, Texas, has been assisting patients with restorative dentistry solutions for many years, and routinely helps his patients complete their smiles with dental implants. Patients who have dental implants from Dr. Mercer often find that the results far exceed their expectations, commenting that their investment in dental implants is absolutely worthwhile.
While dental implants initially cost more than dentures, Dr. Mercers dental implants patients save money in the long run because they dont have to pay for costly adhesives, cleansers, and maintenance on their dentures. The cost of dental implants varies according to the patients unique needs, but the average patient at Dr. Mercers Arlington practice pays between $ 1,000 and $ 3,000 per implant. This cost covers the customized crafting of their replacement teeth at an elite dental laboratory as well as the minor surgical procedure performed to implant the artificial tooth roots which will support the implants.
Dr. Mercer is dedicated to helping all of his patients achieve strong and healthy smiles. He believes so strongly that the many benefits of dental implants make them the ideal solution for his patients that he is offering free dental implants consultations at his practice in Arlington throughout the month of June.
If you are missing one or more teeth and are interested in learning more about the many benefits of dental implants, you are encouraged to contact Dr. Chip Mercer to schedule a free dental implants examination and consultation at his practice in Arlington, TX.
NASA Completes First Part of Webb Telescope's 'Eye Surgery' Operation
It's high-stakes surgery that has taken years of preparation. This science instrument must fit precisely into the ISIM, or Integrated Science Instrument Module (the black frame on the right to which they install the MIRI), so that it is installed ...
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Why weird science is all in a day's work
It is conceivable surgeons operate after a boozy Friday lunch. A more plausible explanation is the NHS is short-staffed at weekends and so if your surgery leads to complications you may be less likely to get prompt attention from experienced staff ...
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Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) May 27, 2013
Dr. Jennifer Hein is a cosmetic surgeon who firmly believes that every patient who is considering a procedure should be educated regarding the benefits and risks that are associated with the operation they have chosen. Recent reports regarding a link between breast implants and delayed detection of cancerous cells have caught the attention of many individualsboth patients and professionalsin the cosmetic field. Here, Dr. Hein explains the study that has taken a closer look at this relationship in an effort to ensure that all individuals who are considering breast augmentation are well aware of the risks associated with both the procedure and the presence of implants during the years following the operation.
An article published by Yahoo! News asserts: "A new BMJ study looked at whether having cosmetic breast implantsfilled with saline (saltwater) or siliconemade a difference in when a woman's breast cancer was caught by mammography, and also examined the survival rate of women who had breast cancer and implants, as compared to breast cancer patients who didn't have cosmetic augmentation."
The results, the article reports, show that women with implants were diagnosed, in many cases, at a later stage in the disease. The study points to the facts that implants can distort the images that mammograms create, that it is more difficult to perform a mammogram on a woman who has breast implants, that scar tissue can make the rest of the breast tissue difficult to see, and that the actual placement of the implants can make reading the mammogram a challenge as reasons why women who undergo breast augmentation may not have the ability to detect breast cancer in its earlier stages.
Dr. Jennifer Hein comments: "The reality is that inserting a foreign object into the body, such as a breast implant, can skew the way in which today's medical professionals are able to look at the body's tissue. Should this issue completely deter women from having breast augmentation? I do not believe so. But I do believe that women should educate themselves regarding all of the risks involved in such an operation and make a decision that is best for them based on the facts."
Dr. Hein urges women who are thinking about having breast augmentation performed to talk to their surgeons regarding the risks that they will face before, during, and after the surgery.
Additionally, she encourages them to write out the pros and cons of the procedure in order to best weigh their optionsand make the right decision for their particular situation.
For more information about Dr. Jennifer Hein and her work at Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery visit http://www.defyage.com.
Dr. Jennifer Hein founded Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery to provide women with a trusted, experienced, all-female surgical team that is capable of addressing invasive and minimally-invasive cosmetic needs. The team at Women's Institute of Cosmetic & Laser Surgery puts a great deal of emphasis on educating patients regarding their cosmetic options to assist them in making the right decision regarding their chosen procedures. Among the many services that the medical professionals at this facility provide are: chemical peel, Botox, liposuction, breast augmentation, facelifts, breast reconstruction, acne reduction, hair removal, dermal fillers, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, breast reduction, labiaplasty, microdermabrasion, and vein removal.
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