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Get a consultation..: With a qualified facial plastic surgeon in your area. One of the most important concerns with facial implants is keeping the face balanced in appearance. A feature which works well for one face does not necessarily work well on another. Fillers can be used for subtle augmentation, but implants or chin advancement work well for larger and/or permanent changes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
8 yo daughter has pimples on face n blacheads on chin. Tried washn face with dial, alcohol, face cleansers, warm compress. Saw dr no help what to do?
Hlo dr.. i have blemishes on my face...esp nose cheeks n eye brow region nd black heads... i hv applied all natural treayment bt no progress occur..
Acne Therapy: Often, a combination of such products is required to achieve optimal results. A number of benzoyl peroxide and antibiotic combination medications are available, including different dose combinations of benzoyl peroxide and Clindamycin (benzaclin, duac, acanya) and benzoyl peroxide and Erythromycin (benzamycin). Dapsone gel (aczone) is a newer acne treatment that's particularly effective. See doc. ...Read more
Yes, but...: Your expectations need to be realistic. Jaw surgery will only help if you truly have a jaw deformity. You might benefit from a facial implant to reshape your existing jaw, without actually repositioning it. You should see an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in consultation to see what, if anything, could or should be done to reshape your face. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: For may people resolving incorrect tooth/jaw function may reduce or eliminate joint symptoms. Know that the popping probably means anatomic change in the joint that may be beyond full recovery. See an orthodontic specialist for a discussion of what orthodontic treatment can do for you. You'll be glad you did. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Went to drs today.Breast ultrasound tomorrow and c surgeon friday.Dr said I have lymphadema onmy upper left side.Even my necks swollen.Whats wrong?:
Cz of Lymphedema: Lymphedema occurs when there is a compromise of the lymphatic circulation. This third circulation (arteries, veins) carries things too thick to be safely carried in arteries and veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. It is propelled along by normal body movements but contains a thick material called lymph. Blockage causes it to back up causing soft tissues/skin deformity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on the cause: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Both my nostrils close 90%. Allergist Dr and ENT Dr couldn't diagnose anything. It's very difficult to breathe. I don't cough phlegm on flu infection.
Diagnosed wit mono dr gav me meloxicam,cephalexin keflex m broken out l have a rash its swollen on my face chin around eyes is this normal or alleric?
Could be either: Some viral infections (like mono) can cause you to develop a rash with penicillin related antibiotics (like cephalexin). Given the swelling, it sounds more like an allergic reaction. You should see your doctor, who can prescribe a different antibiotic if they feel it is needed. If at any time you develop inability to swallow or trouble breathing, go immediately to the ER. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Dr thinks I am coeliac. Would this explain itchiness all over body, losing eyebrows, thinning hair and big scales on upper eyelids and forehead?
Possibly right: I'm assuming you're asking about celiac disease. This is a disease in which certain foods cause the body to attack itself. So symptoms can appear anywhere. The most common symptoms are abdominal cramping and nausea. More and more patients are found to have it who have symptoms that are not intestinal, like rashes. You should have bloodwork done. It is worth a trial of a gluten free diet. ...Read more
Red, sore bumps on ll back of scalp, lymph nodes swollen on l neck & on head. Dr. Said it is psoraisis/gave me ointment. I feel head sick w/ fever. ?
See your doctor: Sounds like more than psoriasis. See your primary care doctor so she/he can run some tests on you to rule out infection and other causes of lymph node swelling. Psoriasis does not usually cause lymph nodes to swell unless the plaques get secondarily infected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dermatologist: In this limited venue it is best to recommend you see a dermatologist to examine this skin spot. This could be any one of a number of things both good and bad. ...Read more