Most people think of Botox® or botulinum toxin A as a wrinkle fighter, a toxin to turn back time. However, it has become important for treating many problems that have nothing to do with looking good — and everything to do with feeling better, especially for jaw pain and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems.
Whether it’s an elbow, shoulder, hip, knee or ankle, a painful tendon is a troublesome condition that can affect just about anyone. You are probably familiar with an inflamed tendon being called tendinitis, but have you ever heard of tendinosis?
A repaired or replaced valve may imitate a healthy, surgically untouched valve. However, it simply is not the same. For your long-term health, you should visit your cardiologist regularly.
It is common for adults and kids to get hurt during any form of sports, especially contact sports. Unfortunately, the face often is the main area of damage — making athletic injuries a major link between sports and dentistry.
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