Tag: "smile" at medical news
Special scalpel reduces blood loss, facial nerve trauma in salivary surgery
... injury, resulting in paralysis including a droopy smile
and inability to completely close the eye, is the biggest risk of parotidectomy. Another consequence can be a sunken-look where the parotid is removed. Dr. Gourin and her MCG colleagues now use fat from the abdomen to fill the deficit. "We are doing ...
NYU Child Study Center expert co-authors 'Who Invented Lemonade?'
...d by Joshua Shaw, COO of Go SMILE, a comprehensive smile
beauty regimen to whiten and maintain a beautiful smile; and Alexandra Barzvi, Ph.D., Clinical Director of the Institute for Anxiety and Mood Disorders at the NYU Child Study Center. "As a psychologist it has become clear to me that positive thinking...
Technology helps disabled kids find their voice
...r inventions. They say things like 'it has to have smile
power', they like a lot of bright colors, and want to laugh, and make burping sounds," she notes. As an example of such technology, Light shows a colorful toy-like laptop computer fitted with a touch-sensitive screen, using a Visual Screen Display, ...
Braces align crooked teeth and boost self-esteem
...okesperson. "Many patients, prior to orthodontics, smile
with their mouth closed, because they are self-con... their teeth, but after orthodontics, they usually smile
naturally, showing off their new look." General dentists can assess a child's need for orthodontics...
Mount Sinai and YAI/NIPD Network join forces to further quality of care for people with autism
...oday, she bursts into the classroom with a beaming smile
and booming "Hello everybody! How are you today?" Samatha's mother, who also has a son on the Spectrum, will be joining her....
Global view shows strong link between kidney cancer, sunlight exposure
...ting chart was a parabolic curve that looks like a smile
(see accompanying images). "The plot points created a curve roughly resembling a smile, with countries with high incidence rates at the left and right, and those with low incidence rates in the center, just a few degrees from the equator," said Gar...
'Meth mouth' can leave users toothless
...eriously damage oral health, destroying a person's smile
and natural ability to chew, according to the American Dental Association (ADA). More than 12-million Americans have tried methamphetamine (also known as meth, crank, crystal and speed), which can be swallowed, injected, snorted or smoked, according...
Use, as well as 'meth mouth,' on the rise
It's cheap, addictive and can harm your smile
for life. Its use is also rapidly increasing both nationally and world-wide. It is methamphetamine. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, more than 12 million Americans age 12 and older reported they had tried methamphetamine at le...