Benign Hemangiomas, or small benign blood-vessel growths, generally get bigger with time and have a pattern of some days bigger and some days smaller. They are blue or purple, soft and tend to run in families. They can bleed [a lot] if they are allowed to get bigger with time. They are removed in a one or two step laser procedure with local anesthetic. It is a simple procedure to perform with the laser, but more difficult without it.
- The Bacteria in your mouth causing gun disease may be linked to cancer in your esophagus–which is something you do not want. Ever.
- Breast Cancer Linked to Periodontal Disease. This is important information, especially for smokers.
- Here is a short video of replacing three teeth with dental implants.
- A Common periodontal pathogen may interfere with conception in women. The picture of reproductive difficulties and periodontal disease in women is starting to become clearer.
- Retainers should be worn for LIFE to stop straightened teeth going wonky again, dentists warn. [Dr. D has been saying this daily for 24 years.]