So, the implantation is over! Anxiety and excitement behind, and now, finally, the patient looks at himself in the mirror. As a rule, a new perfect smile causes a feeling of pride and surprise.
However, you should not relax: in front of you is a rather difficult and responsible period that you need to go through, strictly observing the doctor’s recommendations. Like any surgery, implantation is a traumatic medical procedure to which the body responds with pain, swelling, fever and hemorrhage.
Let’s talk how to cope with these phenomena and survive the post-implantation period as carefully as possible in relation to our health. Continue reading
Vitamin D is conditionally assigned to the group of vitamins, in fact it is a fat-soluble prohormonal steroid that is involved in endocrine, paracrine and autocrine regulation [Vanchinathan, Lim 2012].
Synthesis of Vitamin D in the Skin
According to the International Lighting Engineering Commission (MSC), effective radiation (i.e., the effectiveness of each wavelength for the synthesis of vitamin D in the skin) covers the spectral range of 255–330 nm with a maximum of about 295 nm (UVB). Exposure to UV light, which induces redness of the skin at a minimum erythema dose for 15– Continue reading
The ruby laser is the first working model of a quantum generator. It was designed and launched in 1960 by Theodore Maiman at the Hughes Research Laboratory in Malibu, USA. A prerequisite for the creation of the laser was a series of theoretical and experimental studies on the spectral properties of ruby. Although some scientists, for example N.G. Basov, argued that the properties of ruby would not allow its use as an active element of the laser.
Nevertheless, a ruby laser was created and its ability to emit an intense, very narrow beam of red light of the same wavelength was demonstrated.
At the dawn of aesthetic medicine, the ruby laser became a pioneer to solve many cosmetic flaws. But Continue reading