Preventing Cavities in Children

Preventing Cavities in Children

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 2010, reported dental cavities as chronic disease five times prevalent than asthma in children. Approximately 25 percent of Wisconsin’s Head Start children between 3 and 4 of age have untreated cavities and 33 percent have had tooth decay that has been filled. This can be attributed to the fact that dental cavities are frequent in children, older adults, and teenagers. If left untreated, dental cavities enlarge and deepen into inner layers of the teeth leading to severe pain, tooth loss, and infection. There are various dental treatments available to get rid of tooth decay. For more information, you may visit http://lvdental.com.au.

Why choose non surgical nose job over surgical rhinoplasty?

Why choose non surgical nose job over surgical rhinoplasty?

Have you thought about changing nose shape? Having a crooked nose or extremely long nose may affect lower your self-esteem especially if you think other people perceive your nose to be not normal. You may come across images of a nose that has undergone surgery and you fear the pain that may be associated with such operation. Costs such as general anesthesia may also be scaring since such facial operations are expensive.