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That depends: That depends on the problem that needs to be corrected. If the problem is a growth issue then functional orthodontics may help. If it is a tooth position problem then traditional orthodontics is needed. Some malocclusions may even require a combined approach. Functional appliances require more patient cooperation then traditional braces and may not be suitable for some children. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Pls suggest hand exercises for thumb/wrist stifness after plaster /K wires removal .Wires inserted through closed reduction 4 Benet frc
See details: You need to speak with the surgeon about what he recommends for you. It is impossible to suggest specifics without being able to examine the hand. ...Read more
Pie Crusting Tech - A Vietnam era procedure. I used for distal tibia 10x4cm full thickness loss, Excellent results. Need txt book references on usage.
What ?: This sounds like an anecdotal reference, please let me know if you find one, not really sure what you're asking, please clarify ...Read more
Base from what is written on it was a "computed tomography, diagnostic ultrasound, 2 dimensional echocardiography" and exam type: cr utz neck.?
Don't Understand : Don't understand your ?.Please rephrase it if u need an answer! ...Read more
Wear a 2 unit nesbit. Will abutted teeth move out of position when near future involves gum grafting of an abutted tooth (cannot wear nesbit)?
How does a 2 unit dental acrylic nesbit differ in price from that of a removable partial denture with typical metal clasps across teeth? ADA codes?
I wear a loop monitor looking for AFib. I had palpitations BP 113/07 178 bpm. Dr recommends a wire to the rt ventricle to zap a faulty beat. Is ok?
Best imaging study to evaluate the integrity, position, and functionality of a prosthetic hip replacement, metal ball on plastic cup; how often p. Op?
See answer: Plain radiography and clinical correlation are the best starting point. Depending on the software available, either ct or MRI with metal artifact reduction software may be beneficial. Spect-ct has shown benefit in fusing both anatomic and physiologic data – ask your radiologists and orthopedists about their experience with these modalities and the capability at your institution. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have had 3 vulvar biopsies, 1st time was punch biopsy the others were not (special tool to carve out biopsy freehand + stitches) what's thedifference?
Size and location...: A punch for doing punch biopsies has a round cutting surface. They come in different sizes from 1mm to 6mm and up. Its a quick way to take a vulvar biopsy. But your doc can also use a scalpel or a pair of scissors to take a biopsy. It really depends where the problem is and what is best for the circumstances. A scalpel and stitches is usually used for larger biopsies. Best wishes! ...Read more
6wks pst op bunion removed & screw in big toe, wires in 2 toes. Plaster & wires removed 2 days ago. The big toe is sticking up is this normal?
Have it evaluated.: The position of the big toe immediately following cast, pin, and bandage removal is not necessarily reflect its final position after you have regained strength and mobility following the postoperative and rehabilitation period. For some procedures, the big toe may be purposely fused in a slightly elevated position and you may not be use to that. Consult with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Top PC surgical oncologist at teaching hospital/major center, says T1. He rather not get 2nd opinion on cyto lab results. Operation set. Hmm?
Absolutely not: Spacers make room between teeth for placement of metal bands on back teeth. Braces ; wires align teeth. At 37 the 2 halves of your upper jaw have fused to each other ; to the other bones in your skull. Palatial expansion therefore mandates an expansion appliance + jaw surgery. See a qualified orthodontic specialist and inquire about "sarp.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best 'appliance' or tool to use to floss with a retaining wire in place? (permanent wire behind teeth after the removal of braces)
Threader: The floss threader is the best. I recommend the one by butler. It is a loop with a straight piece sticking out. Looks like fishing line. You put the floss through the loop and thread the straight end of the threader under the teeth and wire and pull it through with the floss. Another good technique is the "soft piks" or "go betweens "(small). Water pic is very helpful. Also, ultrafloss is good. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Absolutely: Orthodontists have been using stainless steel wires for more than 70 years without incident. There are many types of stainless steel wires with different metallurgical formulas and properties. They are the "railroad tracks" that your teeth (railroad cars) slide along. ...Read more
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How soon after patella fracture recommend return to work s/p fx on 11/27/13. Ortho appt on12/10/13. Wc insisting. Floor nurse secure lock down unit.
Patella fracture: Work release depends on your ability to do light duty. The fracture will not heal for 6 weeks. If you do sedentary work, you may be able to work during that healing time. Otherwise, you have to wait at least 6 weeks, get a xray, check on the healing of the fracture, and discuss your recovery with your surgeon. ...Read more
Which plan is better and why for 8yr old Class II overbite w/ mild crossbite? Expander, 12mo of headgear, partial braces or braces 3-6mo & KOI
I have a biocordinate uterus with 2 endometrial cavities, each measuring 6mm thickness, greatest transverse dimension is 4.6cm. Is this fully fused?
Uterine anomalies: There are a variety of uterine anomalies. Each one must be assessed individually. The images of the ultrasound will need to be examined to determine if the two cavities connect or if they are separate. Your doctor should also determine if there are two separate uterus each with a cervix or just one. ...Read more
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