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
More recently, cosmetologists could offer only short-term treatment to patients with increased sweating in the armpits. The application of the new hardware technique has opened up new possibilities: now, to eliminate the problem, one procedure is forever enough.
Axillary hyperhidrosis – excessive sweating in the axillary region. According to studies (Glaser et al. 2012), this condition is observed in 33% of the population. At the same time, the majority of patients with particular discomfort are not sweating in itself, but the unpleasant odor accompanying it.
There are two types of sweat glands: eccrine and apocrine.
Eccrine glands produce a transparent, odorless sweat designed for thermoregulation. Apocrine glands secrete a secretion of milk consistency, which when decomposed by bacteria creates a special body odor. Continue reading
A problem that does not cease to excite both doctors and patients. Acne Publications published abroad deserve to devote a whole issue to them.
Scientists from Bengha University, in Egypt, have studied the role of the peptide hormone ghrelin in the occurrence of acne in patients older than 25 years. Continue reading