According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, chin implants have quickly become one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures. Chin implants, also known as chin augmentation, requests increased by 71 percent in 2011. Baby boomers, aging and still competing with younger generations, are particularly interested chin implants. Chin augmentation helps the Boomers regain a strong, defined, and young-looking chin and erase the signs of aging.... Read more >
The majority of salivary gland tumors turn out to be non-cancerous, but when a cancerous tumor is discovered in the salivary glands, the treatment is to surgically remove them.
If a tumor is discovered, it is of vital importance that a specialist does a biopsy to determine if a tumor is cancerous. If a tumor is indeed malignant, an ear, nose, and throat doctor will need to surgically removal the growth.... Read more >
Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive orthopedic surgical procedure. Sometimes referred to as arthroscopy, arthroscopy surgery is performed both to evaluate and treat orthopedic conditions. Arthroscopy can be used to treat torn floating or surface cartilage, perform ACL reconstruction, and trim damaged cartilage. It can also be used to diagnose injury in a joint.... Read more >
Blood in stools can give you a good scare. The good news is that it is not always indicative of a serious health problem. Still, it is important to see your doctor so that diagnostic tests can determine if the blood is a symptom of a potentially serious health concern.
The simplest explanation for blood in your stools is bleeding somewhere in the digestive tract. Your doctor or gastroenterologist can help determine where the bleeding originates.
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