So, you think you want to have liposuction surgery? You are part of an ever-growing crowd of people who are looking for a cosmetic solution to eliminating stubborn abdominal fat. However, a lot of the population also has some pretty high expectations of what can be achieved with liposuction and how the procedure will go. Before you schedule a consultation with a cosmetic surgeon, it is best if you bring your expectations down a little closer to actuality.
Caring for your prosthetic eye takes a certain level of precision. As such a small and delicate unit, it is easy to damage your prosthetic or in some instances, completely destroy it. It's vital that you understand how to properly care for it; here are some tips to get you started on the right path. Careful Cleaning There is a correct way to clean your prosthesis. When you received your prosthesis, you likely received a cleaning solution or were advised what time of solution to use.
If you have a damaged or diseased eye that needs to be removed for your health or comfort, you may be wondering about prosthetic eyes. These fake eyes have been around a long time, but they have evolved. If you are worried about getting your eye removed and having a fake one, check out these three frequently asked questions. What Material Is Used to Craft a Prosthetic Eye? When you imagine having a prosthetic eye, you may fear it popping out and bouncing around like a marble because that same joke has been in movies and on TV.
Your toddler hugs you when it's time for your usual playtime and learning sessions. A perfect smile breaks out on her face in anticipation for this activity. That smile never leaves the child's face, but there is a problem that has you worried. You ask questions that your toddler should be quite capable of responding to. She flashes sweet smiles without saying a word, and this bothers you every day. She may just have a speech delay problem.
If you've gone through menopause, and you didn't experience many uncomfortable symptoms, you might think you're home free. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily true. In fact, many women develop the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause until they reach post-menopausal status. If you haven't developed menopausal symptoms, you may still be in line to encounter some of the more problematic ones, including hot flashes, and bone loss. Here are three steps you should take to help you avoid post-menopausal symptoms.