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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
DONT DO IT!!!: Dermal graft lip augmentation is when a surgeon takes a contiguos strip of dermis and fat usually from the groin area and slides it in the lip from one side to the other. This never looks natural, does not move like a normal lip and is something you would surely regret. Stick with a hyaluronic acid filler or your own injected fat and a surgeon you can trust! ...Read more
Yes, they dissolve.: Monocryl is an absorbable, clear, monofilament that is often used just under the skin to line-up the edges of an incision. It is less inflammatory than most absorbable sutures, so it is less likely to spit. It also takes a little longer to dissolve. I used it daily for wide range of cosmetic procedures like breast augmentation, tummy tucks (witch hazel) and facelifts. ...Read more
Yes: Many individuals that have had the surgeries to repair the clefts have gotten braces. However, the situation is different and is made more complex due to the cleft healing sights. Talk to an orthodontis or dentist to get more input and find your options. I think it is a good option. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Probably: When biopsies are performed, there is usually scarring unless the biopsy can be done in the form of a superficial shave, which is not always practical for a lip biopsy. However, a biopsy of the lip can be done in such as a way that the scar is significantly camoflauged and once healed (6-12 months) will be difficult to discern from a natural contour of the skin. ...Read more
Are dissolvable stitches used to suture a septoplasty? I don’t want stitches ripped out of my nose after a septoplasty. Will they use dissolvable stitches?
For what reason ?: And is the ointment made for intraoral use? Is the wound infected? See your physician if there is a problem with the healing.. The infection would not be on the surface, but in the deeper tissues. ...Read more
Maybe,maybe not: Generally, if the cut is limited to the red of the lips, it is ususlly left open to self heal.Bacteriostatic factors in saliva keep it from festering. If the cut crosses over into the junction between facial skin and the red , stitches may be needed to line up the edges and prevent healing in a jaged line. ...Read more
Healing: During an extraction, gingival tissues may have been peeled back to gain access to the tooth, or the gum tissue could have been torn. At times, the surgeon will approximate the tissues to achieve primary closure, and sutures are needed to keep the wound closed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Perhaps sutures removed too soon, perhaps you have delayed healing related to any of a number of factors such as renal failure, diabetes, poor nutrition, smoking, perhaps there is too much tension on the wound, perhaps underlying infection. Best to see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
acl surgery 9 week ago. 4 weeks ago a bump on my patella formed internally . Surgeon said it was vicryl absorbable suture/scar tissue. Will this heal
Can lip fillers migrate outside of the injected area after lip augmentation? Is there any possibility of the fillers leaking outside the lips after lip augmentation?
The : The fillers I use for lip augmentation include Restylane (dermal fillers) and juverdem. These can provide a soft beautiful natural looking result. The do not migrate from the area injected. Please consult a plastic surgeon in you area. Best of luck to you. www.naturedredefined.com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rare but could occur: You may feel sore due to the needle injected on the palatal side of the extraction site to get the tooth numb. If the extraction is a surgical extraction, inflammation could cause the area to feel sore. With antibiotics and may be anti-inflammatory drug giving pre and post op, you should be fine in 3 days (when you find out if you have dry socket or not). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For surgeons, the term suture is used as verb or a noun. A surgeon will suture (stitch-up) an incision with sutures (stiches). For anatomist, a suture is a rigid joint between hard parts. For example, the top of the adult skull has wavy lines running down the middle, and on the sides. These are cranial sutures, and represent where the separate ...Read more