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Tax Credit Do I Qualify
That depends: Regular braces are attached to your teeth. They are harder to clean but you don't have to worry about losing them. Invisalign is removable. This makes cleaning your teeth easier, but if you lose them or forget to put them in they will not work. So which is better partially depends on the patient's personally. Also regular braces can correct some conditions that invisalign can not. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Teens-adults: Invisalign can be used to treatanyone from teenagers to adults. The limiting factors are what corrections need to be done (not any/every ortho case qualifies for invisalign) and compliance of patient. For this reason i tend not to do invisalign on teenagers under 18, but if you/child is very cooperative, it can be used for as young as 16 yr old (again, depends on what is to be corrected). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: In most countries, any death that may be a homicide and/or reveal a danger to public health gets autopsied, and the medical examiner has discretion to autopsy any likely suicide, accident or body without a physician to certify the cause. Families can pay for one on any decedent; today a few hospitals still offer an autopsy to families as a courtesy and i wish this were more common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There's a list...: You should have: 1) realistic expectations 2) good family support 3) be finished with childbearing 4) be healthy, and non-smoking 5) have significant abdominal skin laxity and/or muscle diastasis 6) not have upper abdominal incisions from previous operations 7) acceptant of the resulting scar. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Skin to skin....: ...Contact is any contact of skin on skin between any people any time. What is "intimate" depends on the people you ask. Some might find any touching to be intimate, while to another person the term might only refer to sexual activity. Additionally, there might be a specific legal definition to what constitutes "intimate.". ...Read more
Low weight: A refusal to maintain a minimal body weight is key to the disorder (<85% of normal). Extreme fear of obesity and having a distorted and unrealistic view of the size and shape of their body is also noted in the diagnosis. Some anorexics restrict their food intake and exercise to excess to maintain or lose weight, while others binge and purge, or use other inappropriate compensatory measures. ...Read more
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