A Surgical Option To Treat Lower Back Pain When Nothing Else Works
2 June 2015
You've tried physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, and spinal injections, but nothing has stopped the pain you're having in your lower back. At times, you can't find a position for sitting or laying down that's comfortable. When you've tried all of the available non-invasive treatments for back pain, your doctor may recommend a discectomy. Here is how that procedure relieves back pain and what you can expect from this surgery.
Discectomy for Lower Back Pain
Enjoy A Clean Flow With Minimal Concern - A Guide To Troubleshooting Your Water Softener
18 May 2015
Whether you're looking to enjoy a hot shower without annoying mineral buildup or merely cut down on the flow of a faucet to decrease your monthly bill, a water softener can play an important role in your home. However, when the performance of your water softener starts to suffer, it's important that you take the necessary steps to protect your investment and return it to its best state.
Below, you'll find a guide to some tips for troubleshooting your water softener.
Tips To Prepare For Your Dental Implant Procedure
1 May 2015
If you have decided to have dental implants installed to correct an orthodontic problem, you need to be aware of how to prepare for the surgery, what to expect, and what to do during the recovery phase. During this time, make sure that you follow all of your oral surgeon's instructions.
Preparing for the Surgery
Before your surgery, you will have consultations with doctors and specialists to measure your jaw, gauge how much bone is present to determine the best type of implants, and have CT scans done.
Veneers Or Dental Crowns: Which One Is Right For You?
16 April 2015
If you are considering getting some dental work done, you may have a crown in mind. There are some situations that make a crown most pragmatic, but you may also want to talk with your dentist about veneers as an option. Veneers may be a better option for those considering crowns for cosmetic reasons, and when the teeth have not been severely traumatized.
Some things to consider and talk with your dental provider about include: