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Can I Change My Lip Ring After 2 Weeks
Tongue tie and two lip ties. Doesn't affect speech. What is the surgery procedure for this? Will it change my speech or alter my lip/mouth without ties?
See Oral Surgeon: It would be best to see an oral surgeon who can actually examine you and first determine whether or not you would benefit from any surgical procedure. There may be a periodontal reason for surgery as well. If needed, the os can answer all your questions better than we can. In general it's a simple procedure and will not affect speech, etc. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have two small pimple-like bumps in my upper lip line. I have tried applying benzl peroxide for this past week, but nithing changed. Help please!
If you have history of Acne you know how to treat.
If this is a new problem, you are on a right path. Try not to squeeze with your Hand. It may cause hyper pigmentation or scar.
I do not know how old you are (assume you are less than 30).
If you are old and has history of lots of sun exposure you need to get your skin examined.
Always wear sun screen especially if you are light skin colored ...Read more
For the last two mornings, when I wake up and turn my head the room ends up spinning. I have never had issues with that. When I got up I was even stumbling a bit. What could cause the sudden change? No ear problems.
My healthy 21yr old son has had two episodes in the last two weeks where he "came to" unaware of the most recent 45-60 minutes. He has changed his add medicine in the last two months. He exercises rigorously. He had a bad hit to his head 5 weeks ago, but
This: This needs to be evaluated by your physician immediately. Unexplained loss of consciousness, particularly with a history of head injury and neurologic medications needs to be assessed. ...Read more
Flashes at corners of eye for the last two three days, once or twice a day. Pain at the back of the head. No blurry or change in vision. Diagnosis?
Can u tell me about I have two painless and itchiness bumbs in my penile glans one is tip of glans and other near the ring of glans like pin of head.?
Had three cat scan of my head two years ago now I'm having pressure in head one pupil bigger than the other and personality change a?
Head aches that are short in duration and feel sharp and deep (if that makes sense)? I have also had some change in vision and ringing ears over a 2m
I feel pressure at the back of my head, I can't seem to focus, I'm getting confused every now and then, ringing in my right ear, behavioral change?
Do you clench?: The pressure in the back of your head and ear ringing could be the result of clenching your teeth, usually due to stress. Stress can also cause lack of focus and confusion. You may want to evaluate your life and see if there is a stress problem, then try to resolve it. I would also recommend a visit to a doctor for a check up to rule out any physical issues. Better safe than sorry. ...Read more
Just recently had MRI brain scan and the report says he don't know head tilting since jan and shakiness getting worse had two evoke test not normal neck ok hears ringing could it possiable be a tumor?
Neuro complaints: Mozzy, MRI very sensitive to pick up tumor. If MRI neg for tumor, very unlikely you have one. Many other neurological and possibly endocrine conditions are on the list of things this might be. Close follow up with your doctor very important. Also new symptoms very important to report to your doctor. Good luck ...Read more
Ringing in ears, mild headach, forgetfulness, mild head pressure for two years. I just quit marijuana. Is this cancer?
Ringing in ears, mild headach, forgetfulness, mild head pressure for two years. I jerk my neck 100x daily [motor tic]. Is this cancer? I'm a hypocon
Treatment team: Please see your doctor to identify/rule out any medical conditions and TRUST him/her. Then see a mental health professional to treat your health fears. Pleasure consider using medication if offered but not alone. You need therapy from someone who specializes in anxiety disorders. Clinical hypnosis may be helpful. See www. Ashch. Net for referrals. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Bloating, frequent urination, metallic taste in mouth on 17th Sept. For two days only. Period due in 5 days. Pms? Can pms totally change in a month?
Lips: It will depend on changes in your temp and BP and does not lead to any problems ...Read more
Yes: As teeth and jaws brought into better relationship, lip support, position, posture, facial drape, improves. Discuss this with a qualified orthodontic specialist who can provide you with answer that best applies to your unique problem. Orthodontists treat faces, and everyone is different. ...Read more
Lip rings: Its safest not to have in the first place. However if having, keep clean, don't put pressure on it, avoid tearing the skin, and similar common sense measures. Obviously if there was an infection or problem there would be different answers. ...Read more
See Allergist: Intermittent swelling with unknown trigger could be a sign that you have idiopathic angioedema (CIA). Common triggers include heat, cold, and viral infections. CIA is more common in females, average age of onset between 30-50yrs. Medications like ACE-inhibitors can also cause random swelling. Trial of daily antihistamines like Zyrtec (cetirizine) can be beneficial, screening C4 level can help reveal cause. ...Read more
Chapstick: Try vaseline or any other lip moisturizer. ...Read more
Outbreaks: Herpes virus lives in the nerve cells and will break out periodically. Usually the frequency of outbreaks is more frequent if an acute infection, and less frequently for chronic infections. Not uncommon but see your doctor if you are concerned or if any changes to the outbreak. ...Read more
Lip warts: Lip warts are often filamentous in nature. You don't mention what, if anything, has been tried so far. Options include chemical treatment, laser therapy, cryotherapy. and surgical treatment. Another option is to do nothing as these usually go away on their own with time (6-24 months) without any intervention. If pose a cosmetic concern in a 13 year old, then see dermatologist for all options. ...Read more
Get an exam: Hard to day what this is without doing an exam. You should probably go and see an ObGyn and find out what it is. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not really: Lower expansion appliances work by tipping out the lower teeth. They do not actually expand the bone the way upper expansion appliances do. By tipping out your lower front teeth it will change the support your lips get from your teeth and may make your lips look longer by giving them more support. By 'filling out" this part of your face it may make your chin look smaller. ...Read more
Have a lip ring that I can't take off. I can move it but I can't unscrew it. What do I need to do?
Cut the ring: See your dentist. S/he can cut the ring and remove it. ...Read more
I got a lip ring. If I wanted to take it out. Once it's taken out, on average how long will it take to heal?
HOPE soon: As soon as you remove your lip ring the track will start to obliterate and you barely see it in few wks, or some times never closes like your ear ring holes, and may need a procedure to close completely. ...Read more
What if you were to awaken with two dots on your top lip and you don't know the cause of it what should you do?
Leave it alone: It is likely to be oral herpes, or herpes type 1. If will get better in a few days. You may try an over the counter herpes/cold sore remedy. ...Read more
Does the skin on ur lips change back? My lips darken cause I put something that caused irritation. It's been 2 months still the same. What can I do?
Maybe: Give it 6 months. If no change, will need to see plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist to see if they can help you. Dr R ...Read more
Natural process: Your lip ring placement caused trauma to the lip and it is a foreign body. The immediate response is inflammation (red, hot, tender swelling). This is the body increasing the blood flow to the injury to bring healing factors to the area and also the veins expand to carry bad stuff away. Gentle cleansing, applying ice to the area and using antiinflammatory medications motrin.Advil (ibuprofen) will help. ...Read more
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