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Is mild Lvh wall thickness 1.3 mm rare or common in a 28 year old male about height 5-7 ,167lbs? I am also on atenolol for hbp 25mg once a day ?
Is it possible for a technically good periodontist to rebuild a tooth's socket wall bone height, or not, in preparation for a future dental implant?
Usually yes: The periodontist needs to proficient in the use of the materials, especially grafting material containing bone morphogenic proteins (BMP). You may want to consider an oral surgeon for the procedure. Be forewarned: the materials are expensive, and so will be the fee. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My child is 11 height 4 9' weighs a ct. Scan of abdomen showed intestinal wall inflammation.. Anemic 9.2 and constipation what can it be?
Eat, eat, eat.: You can gain calories by just eating more food. People tend to gain weight with meat because it's more calorie-dense than other foods, but you'd gain more weight by just eating more of less calorie-dense foods. Just keep it healthy - there's a difference between gaining muscle weight and just getting fat. And exercise as well, so you gain lean mass and not just get fat. Height is predetermined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Height: If you’ve not reached full adulthood, you might still grow a taller. Height is primarily controlled by genetics. Very good nutrition can potentially affect height. Once a person reaches adulthood (age 15-17 in women, and 18-21 in men), there is no way to grow taller. Being short is not necessarily a bad thing. Height does not affect potential in life unless one allows it to reduce self esteem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You can't: Sorry to say, but you can not improve your height. Especially not after the growth centers close, which is usually by age 18-20. Children with true growth hormone deficiency can receive supplemental injected growth hormone and this will increase height. Otherwise, we pretty much all have to live with our predetermined height. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely now: At age 19, your epiphyses are probably closed and you are unlikely to have any more vertical growth. Although being tall is usually a plus for a man, you still have complete control over your muscular development and definition. Most people will be much more impressed with an athletic-looking body regardless of your height. Focus on this, and good luck. ...Read more
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