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Tips to Stop Mosquito Bite Itching by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 29 Aug 2009 10:08pm Remedies for itching mosquito bites! This summer in Minnesota has been on the cool side with little rain. That means we didn't fight mosquitoes - until this past week when we were camping. The pesky mosquitoes were out for blood - OURS! I keep a bottle of water and Eucalyptus Essential Oil to help repel the bugs. Since bugs have not b ... Read on »
Effects of Surgery on Temporomandibular joint Disorders-A Research Study by Steve Levitt Medical Doctor Posted Sun 03 Apr 2011 5:16pm Effect of Orthognathic Surgery on the Temporomandibular Joint in Patients with Anterior Open Bite Authors: Aghabeigi B, Hiranaka D, Keith D, Kelly J, Crean St. J, International Journal of Adult Orthodontics and Orthognathic Surgery, Volume 16, pages 153-160, 2001. This study examined the prevalence of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) signs ... Read on »
Bit by the Queen by Lisa .. Posted Wed 20 Feb 2013 6:00am You may or may not have noticed that Elisabeth's teeth are...shall we say...unique; sharp and pointy like a cute little monster ( see Halloween post ). And then she has this huge, open bite due to her pacifier. But the dentist says not to worry...an open bite can interfere with speech and eating...but obviously Elisabeth isn't concerned about her ... Read on »
Orthodontic Braces for Teeth by Jackson Heights Orthodontics Facebook Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 8:23pm Dental irregularities including improper bites and misalignment of teeth can cause serious health issues. With the help of orthodontic braces, bite position and alignment of your teeth can be adjusted perfectly to give you a much more improved appearance as well as physical fitness. Orthodontic Braces Can Rectify All Malocclusions of Your ... Read on »
Orthodontic Specialists Jackson Heights by Jackson Heights Orthodontics Facebook Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 9:02pm Experienced orthodontic specialists in Jackson Heights utilize innovative orthodontic procedures for teeth alignment to offer the best results for their patients including adults, teenagers and children. They ensure that you benefit from an attractive, pleasant facial appearance and smile. Efficient Services to Straighten Your Teeth D ... Read on »
What is the Difference Between Invisalign and Traditional Braces? by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Thu 18 Oct 2012 10:08pm There is a big difference between traditional braces and Invisalign. Traditional braces are an orthodontic tool that align and straighten teeth. They are typically used in conjunction with trying to fix an individual’s bite. Traditional braces are typically used on children and adults if they choose. You might use th ... Read on »
Invisible Braces for Crooked Teeth by Jackson Heights Orthodontics Facebook Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 12:38am A pleasant smile on your face and properly aligned teeth can improve your overall facial appearance and boost your self-esteem. Invisible braces treatment for crooked teeth aligns your teeth perfectly, providing you with the results you are looking for. The Perfect Choice for Correcting Crooked Teeth and Bad Bites Invisible brace ... Read on »
Dental Care In Kids by Just Ask Dentist.com Posted Sat 24 Aug 2013 10:37am     “Should my 3-year-old be using toothpaste? “ “How do I know if my child needs braces?” Parents often have questions about how to take care of their children’s teeth. They know they want to prevent cavities, but they may not always know how best to do it. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you keep your kids ... Read on »
Thumb Sucking by Dr. Dean Brandon Posted Wed 18 Apr 2012 8:06pm Although I have addressed the issue many times in other posts, I just realized I don't have a specific post on Thumb Sucking.  I hear all the time, "how do I get my child to stop sucking their thumb?"  Well, here is a rundown of some general advice that I give in the office. Basically, lots of kids suck either pacifiers, thumbs, or one or m ... Read on »
Teacher said I'm "gifted" by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:15pm (Edits re night time snack below) Yoga tonight ended up being pretty fun! There was only four of us in the class, so we got alot of personal attention and we got to do our "favourite" things (for me is the legs up the wall pose and the half shoulder stand ) and we learned alot. This is so ironic because apparently the fact that when I am ... Read on »