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Laser CO2 tonsil: Laser co2 tonsillectomy is by definition surgery. What may differ, depending on the surgeon is whether they perform laser tonsillectomy under general anesthesia or under local anesthesia with sedation. Most ent's use electrocautery, bipolar, harmonic scalpel or radiofrequency (coblation) for tonsillectomy. ...Read more
I believe in the traditional approaches to healthy eating from the pioneers adelle davis and frances moore lappe. Who are leaders now?
Alice Waters/Farmers: Ms. Lappe's daughter is carrying on the small planet movement. Doctors ornish and weil are well-known proponents of healthy eating. There are many outside north america. With the rising cost of food and possible problems with our food supply, there is a need for others. My approach is a la michael pollan, using local fresh foods as much as possible. I cook low-fat according to what is in season. ...Read more
Ask: Ask your treating Dentist or specialist Orthodontist. Elastic provide reciprocal force. Intensity, duration, and configuration must be determined by the professional providing your treatment, the person most familiar with your malocclusion. Don't try to second guess his/her instructions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What r t options available after doing 3yr residency in family medicine?Job opportunities/any subspecialiality
2 weeks crossover toe surgery.Lack of toe purchase.Today told might get better after Kwire removal,but screw is in toe.Now have limp.Permanent?
Nothing like time.: You need to relax. You are only two weeks into the surgery, and the foot is adjusting to the trauma. You must expect some residual swelling, pain and even some limping. Lack of toe purchase, can be due to several things, and it is too early to be talking about the permanence of anything. ...Read more
Damon braces (notmetal) vs lingual? My dr claims damon aremore effective,they make smile wider, reduce dark triangles. is he biased?he only does damon
See a pro: General dentist's who do braces are not as trains or as skilled as Orthodontic Specialists. An Orthodontist knows that the training and skill of the operator is more important then the gadget. Lingual appliances take longer to treat. Damon appliances tend to flare teeth outward. Please seek a specialist's opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, but...: Both are done by plastic surgeons. Reconstructive surgery starts with an abnormality; the surgeon attempts to bring things back towards normal. Cosmetic (or aesthetic) surgery starts with the normal and tries to make it better. Plastic surgeons may perform one or the other and/or hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, microsurgery, and other procedures as well. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Do residency programs really care if are in the different societies of medical school, etc (ie sigma, sigma, phi)?
No: Rather your activity, the nature of it.... ...Read more
Can (super)microsurgery help revascularize diabetic foot (with dry gangrene on 1 toe)? If so, are there surgeons in Europe (Holland) who do this?
Are bulk beings/ advanced beings guiding humanity into better future. Like in INTERSTELLAR MOVIE are these beings shaping our present n future.
Who knows?: You've posted this question on a network which provides health and medical information, but your question doesn't fall within that realm. A physician's training and experience would not qualify him or her to be any more knowledgeable about your question than anyone else. That said, I'm not aware of any objective data which is responsive to your question, and I think it's a matter of speculation. ...Read more
Integgrative: Often there is a knowledge gap of evidence-based integrative or complementary practices. These are not typically taught in med school or residency. Often practitioners do not believe in these practices regardless of evidence of safety and efficacy. State licensing boards may not be supportive. Legal issues such as "standard of care" problematic. Malpractice insurance can also be an issue. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Are there any surgeons in NYC area experienced in reconstructing superior extensor retinaculum of ankle? Being told to wear AFO instead.
Do you have an MRI: Specifying damage? Can you relay results of it..... ...Read more
Orthopaedic Surgeons: Orthopaedic surgeons perform what is also called high tibial osteotomies (hto). Most are performed as medial opening wedge osteotomies. Locking plates or newer peek (dense plastic) wedge-shaped implants are used in conjunction with bone graft or bone graft substitute materials to promote sound healing. ...Read more
Do teeth feel "weaker" after braces are removed? If so, for how long? Braces removed from mandibular premolars to premolars. Teeth don't feel natural
Has anyone ever heard of dr. Donosaur dental medicaid insurance. Will they cover braces? Will they cover orthodontics like braces?
Mostly no: Medicaid does cover orthodontics in some states in our country. Therefore, ask your orthodontist. Medicaid also administers payment to providers for exception patients with craniofacial deformities such as oral clefts, etc. And even in rare cases of extremes of "normal". Eligibility is attained by attending by referral an oral cleft craniofacial anomaly team. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Can big& painful superficial veins in penis skin be removed? Will new veins grow? Wil surrounding veins cope? Have seen specialists- they all disagree
Here are some ...: Experience has taught us to leave "big & painful" superficial penile veins alone, which usually result from veinous thrombosis so to allow natural healing process to take place, and will not affect venous circulation at all. A need for surgical removal is extremely rarely needed. Hence, please be calm and patient. Of note, before doing something, always consider medical necessity & possibility ...Read more
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