First Aid for a Knocked Out Tooth

knocked out tooth first aid

In case a tooth has been knocked out in a collision or fall, proper first aid may be a suitable panacea to the problem. Only a quick action is important to avert further damage to other teeth and the nearby mouth structures such as the roof of the mouth, and … Read the rest

Essential Oils for Lyme Disease

essential oils for lyme disease

Lyme disease is caused by bacteria and is transmitted to human beings by ticks. It is the most common tick-borne disease in the United States, reportedly affecting 300000 people a year. This infection is prevalent largely because it is very difficult to diagnose and treat. You can also have doctor Read the rest

First Aid For Nose Bleeding

first aid for nose bleeding

Nose bleeding occurs when blood flows from one or both nostrils. This happens when the capillaries in the nasal cavity rapture. Most of the time, nosebleeds are just a nuisance; not a sign of an underlying medical problem. That said, when they happen, you need to stop the bleeding immediately. … Read the rest

What to Know About Breast Swelling

Breast swelling

The female breast anatomy is a little complicated. Most of the female breast is made by fat cells. These cells together are called adipose tissue. Imagine if you are painting the muscle of the breast from the center of the ribcage to the underarm that is adipose tissue. Its function … Read the rest

Getting Rid Of Toothaches At Night

Toothaches at night

Night time toothaches can cause severe discomfort to an individual and thus affecting the quality of sleep significantly. The aches normally turn to be severe at night since this is the time you will have increased blood flow in face regions. But then, there exist many ways this problem can … Read the rest

Enamel Hypoplasia Treatment

Enamel is the hard-protective layer of your teeth. Enamel hypoplasia is an enamel deformation that occurs while the teeth are still growing. In any case, this can affect both the deciduous teeth and the permanent teeth. The result is a thin enamel that exposes your teeth to tooth decay. Treatment … Read the rest