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Migraine - How can Yoga help? by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:04am A number of therapeutic issues have come up in the last week, so we'll continue with a few more therapeutic posts in hopes of helping more folks find comfort in their bodies. One of the joys of Hatha Yoga is to find great health in the body, which not only feels great, but also allow one to experience their more subtle energetic and spir ... Read on »
Saving the Natural Tooth with Intentional Replantation by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 29 May 2009 10:15pm 1 Comment Intentional replantation is the intentional removal (extraction) and replantation of a tooth. This technique can be useful for teeth that cannot be treated with traditional endodontic surgery. This strategy can be particularly helpful in lower second molars where proximity to the mandibular nerve and thickness of the buccal bone make endodontic ... Read on »
Dental Implants by DentalHealthTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm 1 Comment DAVID FOLK THOMAS: Welcome to our webcast. I'm David Folk Thomas. Losing your teeth in an accident or losing them to tooth decay is no laughing matter. Many people with missing teeth are too embarrassed even to smile. But there are a number of cosmetic solutions available for tooth loss, from dentures to bridges. And thanks to advanced dental techn ... Read on »
Intentional Reimplantation by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 8:20pm Reimplantation of an avulsed tooth is a well known and accepted treatment following a traumatic dental injury. Preservation of vital cells in the periodontal ligament allow reattachment of the tooth in the alveolar socket. Rates of success at 5 years reported in the literature ranges between 70% - 91% (1). The main factors limit ... Read on »
Weekend Link Love by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 03 May 2013 12:04am New archaeological evidence suggests that 2.6 million year-old hominin scavenging strategy was characterized by “a strong focus on acquiring and exploiting fatty, nutrient-rich, energy-dense within-head food resources (e.g., brain matter, mandibular nerve and marrow, etc.).” And still somehow we lack the genetic adaptations for eating animals, ... Read on »
Research Update: Use of Articaine for Buccal Infiltration of Mandibular Molars by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 7:02pm The inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) is the most commonly used technique for pulpal anesthesia in the mandible, especially the mandibular molars. Due to the dense cortical bone of the mandible, buccal infiltration techniques have been known to be less successful. However, the IANB has challenges of its own. Passing through ... Read on »
Another option for trigeminal neuralgia by Dr. Alexander Mauskop Medical Doctor Posted Fri 03 Jul 2009 3:38pm Trigeminal neuralgia is an extremely painful condition which causes severe electric shock-like pain in one or more branches of the trigeminal nerve.  The 3 branches are mandibular, in the lower jaw, maxillary, in the upper jaw, and ophthalmic in the upper face.  It is more common in the elderly and is caused by compression of the trigeminal nerve ... Read on »
Neck Pain| Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 10:16am The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is in front of the ear and the joint movements can be felt if you place your finger at that level.   To examine the movements of this joint, the rhythm of the closing and opening of the jaw must be noted.   The jaw should open and close easy and the teeth come together and separate easily.   If there is jaw pa ... Read on »
Using the rete list for collective curating online by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 12:00am Recently I announced a quiz to get more information about a historical syringe that a couple of friends had bought for me. This quiz was far from easy since we had no information on the syringe whatsoever. Medical Museion’s guest researcher and former chief physician Sven Erik Hansen was the first to make a suggestion on our Danish blog — he th ... Read on »
Shingled Out by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted Tue 23 Aug 2011 11:23am Guess what I have in common with little old ladies and roofers? Here's a hint. (Photo by BobbyProm via Flickr) That’s right. I’ve got . And not just anywhere, oh no. I’ve got shingles in my ear, on my face, in my mouth and on my tongue. And they ALL hurt. Every last one of these fucking blisters… of which more have appeared dail ... Read on »