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GVHD of the Mouth (Day 192) by Peter Olson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:50pm 2 Comments There are small bumps that appear on the roof of my mouth. They seem to move around every 12 to 24 hours. Can you see what looks like a small blister on the left side of my mouth (it's on the right side of the picture in the middle)?Last night there was one about the same size on the other side (see the red spot in the below picture?). ... Read on »
Smoking and Your Teeth by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 24 Dec 2008 3:12pm     Effects of       Smoking l  Oral and lung     cancer l  Peridontal disease l  Bad breath l  Tooth erosion l  Poor healing l  Dry socket      infections l  Hairy tongue l  Reduced taste l  Smoker’s face     If you thought that smoking’s main effect was the staining ... Read on »
Epididymitis Infection Along With Roof Of Mouth Infection … by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 4:46pm Your dentist (what’s a dental specialist???) says your mouth is fine, your doctor says your mouth is fine. But if you truly feel that something is wrong, return to your doctor. You’re not the first this has happened to – bumps on palate More here: Epididymitis Infection Along With Roof Of Mouth Infection … Read on »
Various Types of Dentures by Top3dentists Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 6:39pm Overdentures An overdenture is a precision device that is secured by dental attachments. Types of overdentures include bar joint dentures and telescopic dentures. Over dentures are basically any non-permanent tooth replacement appliance that is worn over your existing teeth or their remnants, replacing missing teeth with false teeth. With the ... Read on »
Various Types of Dentures by Top3dentists Posted Fri 15 May 2009 5:53am Overdentures An overdenture is a precision device that is secured by dental attachments. Types of overdentures include bar joint dentures and telescopic dentures. Over dentures are basically any non-permanent tooth replacement appliance that is worn over your existing teeth or their remnants, replacing missing teeth with false teeth. Wit ... Read on »
The Body Electric by Rebecca .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Feb 2010 2:18pm I’ve been home from a nine-day stay in the hospital for a couple of weeks. But it feels as though I was gone for much longer. It’s not that the house is dusty or that the laundry piled up; we have tremendously helpful friends who eased the burden of chores. It is more that I feel that I am interposing myself into new routines that Jay a ... Read on »
Strategies to Promote Mouth Care in Persons with Dementia, “C’mon, Mom, brush your teeth” by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 May 2011 9:36am Another day, another struggle. Trying to get your parent or spouse to cooperate with mouth care is a trial. Hearing the person you love tell you “no,” having him or her heap verbal garbage on you, or even push you away just hurts... By Rita A. Jablonski Alzheimer's Reading Room Rita A. Jablonski I don’t pr ... Read on »
Colorado Trail Race "It's the final countdown!"--come on sing along! by Jarral R. Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 12:31am This is the 4th and final part of my Colorado Trail Race Saga for part 1 click here for part 2 click here for part 3 click here . I finally fell into a deeper sleep sometime in the night. It was chilly even in my 32F down bag at 11,700'. I had on my balaclava as I had lost my lighter hat. (Thanks Zach for finding it and carrying it all the ... Read on »
Thrush Treatment – So much for these Pokemon trading cards… by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Dec 2011 8:53am I love "Rapidash". If you're a parent, you'll know why. Blame it on the popularity of these Pokemon trading cards. Does the phrase 'trading cards' ring a bell? During my time, wrestling cards were the "rage", if you can call it that… And now, it's these Pokemon trading cards that seems to be the only thing that thes ... Read on »
Thieves Oil: A Safe, Natural Disinfectant & Health Aid by Dawn Gifford aka Small Footprint Mama Posted Sat 29 Dec 2012 1:42am With cold and flu season in full swing, everyone should have a bottle of Thieves oil in their natural first aid kit to help kill germs in your body and around your home.  Powerful and versatile, Thieves oil will stimulate the immune system, circulation and respiratory system, and help protect against the flu, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia ... Read on »