Fillers

Fillers

Filler is often made of a natural substance produced by our bodies and is present in large quantities in the youth stage, which makes the skin radiant and fresh, but with age this substance decreases in the body so many wrinkles and lines and the face seems small andslender.

There are several types of filler

COLLAGEN

It is a natural substance found under the skin extracted from human skin or from animals especially cows, so it is completely safe on the skin, collagen is injected under the skin accurately to improve its shape and texture, collagen has been used for a very long time so it has been confirmed its safety by testing it on the skin many times, as it is one of the cheapest types of filler that is used and the method of injectionis very simple which makes many people offer to useit.

Collagen causes allergies in 3% of women so it should be tested on the skin twice before injection, once a month and once two weeks ago to make sure the body accepts it.
Collagen is used to fill sometimes scars or signs of mild injuries, in order to reduce their presence on the skin and here shows the difference between Botox and Feller because Botox cannot be used to relieve scars or marks in the skin.

The effect of collagen on the skin often lasts for 2-3 months, because the collagen injected into the skin eventually seeps intothe bodyparts.

You should avoid touching the skin after an injection or using any substances on the skin for at least three days for possible skin irritation, which may be as long as a week for some.

 

 

RESTYLANE

It is one of the best alternative to collagen filler, and is injected to significantly improve wrinkles and folds. Restyllin is found naturally in the skin also contains hyaluronic acid, which gives the skin its healthy plump shape, and with age the proportion of this substance decreases and the skin begins to shrink, and restyllin is better than collagen because its effect extends from 6-12 months, as it Makes the face appear more naturally full of collagen due to the presence of hyaluronic acid, as this substance is not derived from an animal source so it does not cause allergic reactions such as collagen, however there are some side effects after injection, such as nausea, headaches and muscle weakness but in a very small percentage ofpatients.
Swelling and redness may occur after injection in injected areas, so you should keep the skin clean as much as possible, preferably using anti-inflammatories in injected areas in order to avoid increased inflammation, and to keep the result of filler injections should keep the ratio of hyaluronic acid in the body as high as possible, using creams and natural substances containing this substance such as
Japanese seaweed.

 

SCULPTRA

This substance is also a type of filler, but it is not a natural substance such as collagen and restyline, because it is a material made from polymer any organic material that is prepared in practice, but this polymer has been used for decades in many medical processes so it is safe health, these are injected The subcutaneous substance works to stimulate the skin’s production of collagen naturally, so it is not a filler in the general sense but it is a catalyst for the production of natural collagen, which increases the thickness of the skin in the injected place, and is also licensed by the U.S. Department of Health so it is safe touse.
This substance stands out among other substances in that its effect lasts for up to two years!

Since this substance is manufactured so there is no fear of irritation or sensitivity to the skin, however, there are those who are allergic to lydokin, a substance added to the polymer, so pay attention to this before injecting.

To maintain the effect of the substance, it is preferable to renew the injections more than once every month or two after the first injection, but then the injections can be renewed annually.
Some natural side effects occur after injections such as redness and swelling but they disappear in about a week and may take some weeks, as in rare cases there is a backlash which is clear and broad lines on the skin may take several months to disappear.
To maintain the shape of the skin after the injection, all you have to do is do a skin massage like your doctor told you to prevent the possibility of the material clumping under the skin.

 

 

 

 

 

CALCIUM HYDROXYLAPATITE

It is a substance that works in the same way that scalptra works in stimulating the natural production of collagen in the skin, and is used in medical processes such as dentistry and bone and is safe for use on theskin.

Scalpetra is also used in facial sculpting, contouring and reshaping of some parts, as it is used to raise the lines of the mouth, lips and front lines resulting from aging well, and is also used in the treatment of scars resulting from grainand modifying its shape and the results last for 1-2 years.

The likelihood of skin allergies after injection is as low as the previous substances and there is no need to do a skin allergy test beforeinjection.

 

 

Epilepsy

Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a disorder of the central nervous system (neurotransmitter), where brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of behaviors, unusual sensations, and sometimes loss of consciousness.
Anyone can get epilepsy. This sickness affects both males and females of all races, backgrounds and ages.
Symptoms of epilepsy can vary greatly. You can’t be diagnosed with epilepsy for a single seizure. Diagnosis of epilepsy generally requires at least two unjustified seizures.
Medication therapy, and sometimes surgery, can control seizures in the majority of people affected. Some people need lifelong treatment to control the spasms, while eventually disappearing with others. Some children with baldness may also be cured as they age.

Because epilepsy is caused by abnormal brain activity, seizures can affect any brain-coordinated process. Signs and symptoms of a seizure may include:
• Temporary confusion
• Stare bout
• Uncontrollable movements of the arms and legs
• Loss of consciousness or perception
• Psychological symptoms, such as fear, anxiety or pre-vision (dija fu)

Treatment
Epilepsy can be treated as recent studies in low- and middle-income countries have shown that 70% of children and adults with epilepsy can be successfully treated (i.e. full control of their seizures) using anti-epileptic drugs. In addition, medications can be withdrawn after two to five years of successful treatment and seizure interruption, in the case of 70% of children and 60% of adults without subsequent relapse.
• In low- and middle-income countries, three quarters of people with epilepsy may not receive the necessary treatment.
• In many low- and middle-income countries, anti-epileptic drugs are not sufficiently available. A recent study found that the average availability of generic anti-epileptic drugs in the public sector for low- and middle-income countries is less than 50% and may be an obstacle to access to treatment.
• Most people with epilepsy can be diagnosed and treated at the primary health care level without the use of complex equipment.
However, the lack of trained health-care providers may be an obstacle to treatment for people with epilepsy.
Surgical treatment may be helpful in patients who do not respond well to medication.
Prevention
Idiopathic epilepsy is unavoidable, but measures can be taken to prevent known causes of secondary epilepsy.

The prevention of head injuries is the most successful way to prevent post-traumatic.
Adequate perinatal care can reduce new epilepsy caused by birth injuries.
The use of medications and other methods to lower the body temperature of children with fever can reduce the likelihood of febrile seizures.
Central nervous system infections are common causes of epilepsy in the tropics, where many low- and middle-income countries are concentrated.
Getting rid of parasites in these environments and raising awareness about how to avoid infection may be an effective way to reduce it in the world, for example, in cases caused by neurocysticercosis.

breast health

breast health

Breast health begins with the first step of breast care, which is to know the natural state of your breasts (breast awareness). To maintain healthy breasts, we recommend regular self-examinations at your nearest beauty clinic. With practice, you’ll discover the pattern of changes your breasts are going through in terms of sensitivity and texture at different times during your menstrual cycle.
For many women, the issue of breast health includes concerns about breast lumps, breast pain, or nipple secretions. Know about normal conditions — cases that require consulting your doctor. It is also important to understand common diagnostic tests for breast health, such as clinical breast examinations, mammogram scans and mammography that we will explain in detail.
Early detection of breast cancer and therefore early treatment is the best way to reduce the number of deaths and increase the number of survivors of the disease. The earlier the disease is detected, the greater the chances of survival and avoidance of harsh treatment.

Mammogram
Mammogram is considered the most accurate way to detect breast cancer early. With mammogram, breast cancer can be detected before you notice any problems with your breasts, as they can detect cancer when it is small and easy to treat without losing your breast. Accordingly, all women are advised to perform mammogram every two years, starting at age 40 (and possibly earlier if you have a family history of breast cancer).

clinical examination of the breast
This is a breast examination conducted by trained doctors and specialists, who can judge how your breasts are self-examined and how healthy they are, and if you have a family history of breast cancer, you should consult your doctor to discuss an outline of your mammogram and plan along with other options, in order to reduce your risk.
Breast self-examination
Each woman is advised to examine her breasts monthly to make sure there are no tumors, solid nodes, or other changes. By examining your breast regularly, you will know how your breast is in its natural state. A monthly breast self-examination may give you extra peace of mind. It is a simple examination and gives you the opportunity to detect changes you may need to get your doctor‘s attention to.

The best time to do a self-examination of  breast health
 Approximately the sixth to tenth day of your period, when your breast is not swollen.
 If you have the menstrual cycle permanently, check your breasts every month at the same time
Screening options for early detection of women at higher risk
 Women who had chest radiotherapy at an early age (ages 10-30)
 Previous history of breast cancer
 Breast biopsy indicating changes in the breast, such as non-invasive lobular carcinoma (LCIS) or abnormal ductal hyperplasia (ADH)
 Family history of breast disease of breast health
 The risk of breast cancer is 1.7% for women aged 35 and over are more likely to develop breast cancer if they

Anemia

Anemia

Anemia is a medical condition characterized by an insufficient amount of red blood cells in the body to transport enough oxygen to tissues.

Types of blood cells

There are three different types of blood cells that float inside the plasma:

  1. White blood cells: These cells fight infection
  2. Platelets: These cells help the blood to clot after injury.
  3. Red blood cells: These cells carry oxygen from the lungs, by blood flow, to the brain and other vital organs and tissues in the body.

Symptoms of anemia

The onset of symptoms of anemia in patients depends on the degree of anemia they suffer in addition to the frequency of development of the disease and the patient’s need for oxygen

Symptoms of anemia vary depending on the cause, which include:

Tired

  • Pale skin
  • Rapid and irregular heart palpitations
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Chest aches
  • Dizziness

 

Risk factors for anemia include:

  • Malnutrition: Everyone, whether young or adult, is often nourished from iron-poor foods and vitamins, especially folic acid, at risk of anemia. The body needs iron, protein and vitamins to produce enough red blood cells.
  • intestinal diseases and disorders: People with diseases or disorders of the intestine that affect the absorption of food compounds in the small intestine are at risk of anemia. An operation to remove part of the small intestine, or treat the affected part of the small intestine, in which food compounds are absorbed, can lead to a deficiency in certain food compounds, and then to anemia.
  • Menstrual cycle (women in fertile age) are generally the most susceptible to iron deficiency anemia, compared to men because women lose blood and, as a result, lose iron during menstruation.
  • Pregnancy: Pregnant women are very vulnerable to iron deficiency, because their iron stores should support a larger volume of blood than normal and should also be a source of hemoglobin that the fetus needs to grow and develop.
  • Chronic diseases and conditions: People with cancer, liver failure, or any other chronic medical condition. These medical conditions may cause a decrease in red blood cells. Slow but chronic blood loss from peptic ulcers, or from ulcers elsewhere in the body, can lead to depletion of iron stores in the body, causing iron-deficiency anemia.
  • Genetic factors: If a family member has a hereditary  , such as sickle cell  , this is a risk factor for anemia.

Treatment of anemia

Treatments for anemia vary depending on the cause, as follows:

  • Treatment of iron deficiency: In most cases, iron deficiency is treated with iron supplements.
  • Treatment of vitamin deficiency it is a difficult type of anemia that is treated with injections containing vitamin B-12, which in some cases may last a lifetime.
  • Treatment of it associated with chronic diseases: There is no specific treatment for this type.
Acne

Acne

Acne is a common problem for adults, although it is more common during adolescence and adulthood. But it may first appear in later years for adults!
There are several types of acne according to the following: Red acne due to the occurrence of skin infections Acne skin, which appears in red.
White acne is a non-inflamed type, and occurs in the formation of white pimples, one of the types of acne famous and widespread between the owners of oily skin and owners of mixed skin, because of the accumulation of dust and fat cells in the face, especially in the nose.
Black acne or blackheads is formed due to the accumulation of dust, the skin is exposed to harmful sunlight, this type is not inflamed.
Causes of sudden onset of acne in adults:
• Hormones
Hormonal changes in the body, too, play a role in the appearance or aggravation of acne. These changes are particularly common in:
 Adults, both males and females
 Women two days – a week before the onset of menstruation
 Pregnant women
 People taking certain medications, especially cortisone

• Tension
• Diet
• Environmental factors
• Using the wrong products is not suitable for you
• Irregular leakage of dead skin cells causes the hair follicles to be alerted to the skin
• Accumulation of germs

There are many medical methods to treat acne, including:

• Laser: Laser is one of the methods used to treat it, but you need to consult your dermatologist to determine the amount of light, and the number of sessions.
• Chemical peeling: This method uses chemical solutions such as salicylic acid or glycolic acid, but this treatment must be repeated more than once; because it does not last long.
• Removing blackheads: Doctors removing blackheads with special medical tools, but it may cause scars.

Steps and tips for dealing with it
• Gently wash the acne-affected area twice a day
• Avoid fatty foods, chocolate, pickles, and processed foods.
• Drink plenty of water.
• Use oil-free skin products.
• Avoid sun exposure

Vitiligo

Vitiligo

Vitiligo occurs due to the death or interruption of the functioning of the chromosomal cells that produce melanin and causes the loss of skin color and the appearance of white spots in different areas of the body, which is not contagious. Vitiligo is more pronounced in owners of dark skin. Vitch begins in general, in an exposed area of the body, after exposure to the sun in the spring or injury and injuries vary in size to vary between simple areas to large areas, and the borders are sharp with excessively colored ends.

There are many solutions for Vitiligo treatment, including the device Exemer Lite, which stimulates the immune system and improves the chromosomal cells until you produce melanin for the treatment of albinism, a modern technique and an excellent and quick choice for treatment also stem cell therapy or surgical treatment (transplantation of chromosomes) it is advisable to visit the nearest clinic or clinic to reveal at the dermatologist to find out the best treatment foryou.

Symptoms

  • Loss of skin color, usually on areas exposed to sunlight (e.g. hands, feet, arms, face and lips). They alsoinclude:
  • The appearance of whitespots.
  • Loss of color in tissues (mucous membranes) inside the mouth andnose.
  • Change the color of the inner layer of the eyeball(retina).

 

Diagnosis of Vitiligo

 

  • Taking a small sample (biopsy) of the affected skin.
  • Medical and familyhistory.
  • Laboratory tests: bloodanalysis.
  • Clinical Examination

Kinds of Vitiligo

Non-definitive: associated with autoimmune conditions, the immune system attacks the cells ofthe body causing white spots in the body.

  • There is no way to determine whether vitreous will spread later or remain in oneplace.

 

Vitiligo effects.

People with alabyte have an increased risk of developing:

  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Skin cancer and sunburn.
  • Inflammation in the iris (inflammation of theiris).
  • Loss of hearing

 

Guidance for people with Vitiligo

  • Book a clinic appointment with the doctor to determine the most appropriate solution according to the case.
  • Protecting the skin from sunlight.
  • Avoid exposure to chemicals.
  • Avoid using any unlicensed creams or mixtures.
Botox

Botox

Botox The techniques used in cosmetic surgery have evolved significantly, especially in the last 20 years, and have become widespread due to the ease of modern technologies, including botox and feller injection techniques! Some people may confuse them and find it difficult to distinguish between how the two substances are used, so in this article we will explain the difference between Botox and Filler and how to use them.

The difference between Botox and Filler
To find out the difference between Botox and Filler we know initially Botox as a substance extracted from certain bacteria that are injected into places that contain wrinkles, working to relax the muscles in this place, which clearly reduces the lines and wrinkles, but Filler is a natural or manufactured substance that is injected to make the face look full, and is injected into the blanks and wrinkles as used to enlarge lips and cheeks.

What is Botox?
Botox is a substance derived from a particular type of bacteria called Clostridium botulinum, called “pentolinium poison”, one of the most toxic substances ever, the amount of one gram of may kill a million people, but recently it has been used in many medical operations.
Botox works when injected into the skin to prevent the arrival of nerve alerts to the muscles, which reduces the tension and movement of the muscles, leading to a significant relaxation of the muscles and reduce the appearance of wrinkles making the face appear flat and morecomfortable.
Some of the places where Botox is used include:
• Front area
• Between eyebrows
• Eye area and its surroundings
• Mouth area

Botox is extoled by diluting the original substance in sodium chloride solution and then injected under the skin very precisely, taking Botox from 24 to 72 hours to show its effect, and in rare cases it may take 5 days to fully show itseffect.
Botox injections can be injected at any time and at any age but are not permitted at all for pregnant and lactating women to inject it, and those who are all allergic to this substance or one of its components are not allowed to perform Botox injections, and those with nerve or muscle problems are not allowed to perform Botox injections for no complications. Generally, skin sensitivity should be tested before injections canbegin.
Botox lasts up to 9 months, depending on age and skin care such as hydration, drinking enough water and eating a healthydiet.
Some side effects of Botox injections may occur, this may be due to the non-sterilization of medical substances used or the use of substances that are not sealed by the. Health Organization, the source of the substances must be ascertained before the injection process begins, and there are also side effects caused by some reactions to botox subcutaneously.
Some side effects of Botox injections:
• Nausea and headache
• Swelling and swelling
• Paralysis or temporary weakness in the surrounding muscles or nearby muscles
• Flu-like symptoms
• Difficulty swallowing
• Sagging eyelids and eyebrows
• Blurred or double vision
• Dry throat
Another use that explains the difference between Botox and Filler is that it is used in facial surgeries, and these operations are performed for those whose faces have been severely damaged as a result of an accident or organic defect, and the face transplants are used with feller in the area of the chin and cheeks in particular, and these processes are permanent because they use fatty substances from other parts ofthe human body, once implanted in the face always and do not need the patient to go again for re-injection.

Adding to the difference between Botox and Feller, Botox cannot be used for such processes at all, but the filler has many uses, from filling blanks, lips and cheeks and facial identification to removing scars, marks and grains, lifting facial lines such as lip line, front line and chin reshaping.

gingivitis

gingivitis

gingivitis  The main cause of gingivitis is the aggregation or formation of the plaque layer, plaque is a thin layer of bacteria that collects on the surfaces of the teeth, plaque builds below the level of the gums to inflammation, and neglect of plaque removal leads to its hardening, thus forming what is known as tooth lime. When inflammation is neglected and left untreated, it leads to the separation of the gums from the tooth, and may develop to the stage of damage to soft tissues and bone supporting teeth, which leads to instability of the tooth, which in turn may lead to loss of age, and there are many factors that contribute to the occurrence of Inflammation in the second,including:

Smoking and chewing tobacco, both of which reduce the ability of the gums to heal.

Hard-to-clean places that are suitable for plaque and lime collection, and produce irregular dental arrangements, i.e. oblique and crooked teeth

Bad eating habits such as eating foods rich in sugars and carbohydrates, and low in water content, which can increase the chance of forming the plaque layer, it should be noted that lack of eating foods rich in vitamin C may delay or prevent gum healing

Some types of medications and diseases, including epilepsy medications such as phenytoin, as well as some angina and high blood pressure medications, such calcium channel blockers,as well as some drugs used in the treatment of cancer, as well as diseases that lead to the occurrence of gingivitis, including diseases that reduce the body’s immunity such as AIDS and leukemia, And some viral and fungal sepsis, cancers.

Diabetes, due to the weakening of diabetes in the circulation, which reduces the ability of the gums to heal.

Hormone changes, as hormone changes increase gum sensitivity and make them more susceptible to inflammation, such as during pregnancy, menstrual cycle, puberty, and age of hope, and gum disease is 70-90% in adulthood.

Stress and anxiety, because of their ability to weaken the body’s immunity.

Dry mouth, oral breathing.

 

 

 

Prevention of gingivitis:

To prevent gingivitis, it is necessary to follow the following:

Brushing teeth twice a day, and for a better result, it is recommended to brush the teeth after each meal, as brushing teeth helps remove leftovers and plaque, and it is also advisable to clean the tongue because it is a suitable place for bacteria to grow, it is worth mentioning that the use of Electric toothbrushes are more effective in removing plaque and lime, and it should be noted that the toothbrush needs to be changed every 3-4 months.

Cleaning between teeth using medical dental floss, as the toothbrush cannot clean the spaces between the teeth, and it is recommended to use dental floss at least once a day.

Use oral wash, as it has the ability to remove leftovers that still exist even after using a toothbrush and medical dental floss

Refrain from chewing tobacco and smoking.

Regular dental cleaning at the dentist’s office.

 

 

 

orthodontics

orthodontics

orthodontics Science has evolved in various fields of life during the past centuries and accelerated its development a lot recently in the twenty-first century to reach all levels and we are here to talk about the development that took place in the medical field, especially dentistry.

The dentists’ view of what they can provide to patients is different from the above. But with the development of concepts, many dental clinics introduced innovative concepts to eliminate this fear through awareness of modern services and absolute professionalism and modern equipment and technology that now provides dental patients complete comfort and with the least amount of pain.

This is a whole and if we want to talk in detail we cannot mention all of them, but we can touch on one of them which is orthodontics, in its metallic and transparent kinds which is an ideal solution for cosmetic teeth to be in a format with which we can smile without shame that our teeth appear to disturb us, which may forces us to raise our hand to cover our smile, so one of the tasks of the dentist is to remove this embarrassment by placing a proper orthodontic treatment.

As for the types, we all know the metal orthodontic, although its appearance is not loved for many of us, but it certainly does the desired purpose completely and we get a radiant smile, and for those who do not like the metal orthodontic and are looking for an alternative solution, science has provided scientific development of the so-called transparent orthodontic, which combined two basic things, cosmetic orthodontic and external appearance during treatment is not visible at all.
It also has more flexibility than its metallic orthodontic and is difficult to see except in the intense focus of being transparent carries a color close to the color of the teeth, both types are certainly need to be done properly through the dentist dexterity to achieve the desired purpose. dentists advise patients suffering from the presence of divergence in the teeth and others who have a hard time biting or having a tooth structure to go for the transparent orthodontic.
But before all of this we have to take into account that we have to address the basic problems of teeth such as infections if any and tooth decay because they are harmful to the health and then we can move to the cosmetic stage of the teeth both through the transparent orthodontic and by the way we would like to mention that we do not recommend it to children, but rather to adults because at this age they are keen to take care of the appearance of beauty more than other age groups.

There is also a kind called transparent elliptical orthodontic, which gives us the freedom to remove and install without the need to visit the dentist to clean our teeth when needed and consists of plastic mold made according to the shape of the teeth.
One of the types of orthodontic is the hidden orthodontic in which the doctor installs in the back of the teeth and thus perform its function without embarrassment of appearance.
In the end, we say that the doctor has the greatest impact in obtaining impressive results.
Have you found this information useful to you!

Tooth decay

Tooth decay

Tooth decay is a problem that affects everyone completely.  it is widespread in adults and young people, and tooth decay has many reasons will be mentioned in the blog. But one of these reasons when taking sugars and starches, tooth decay occurs because of a type of bacteria in the mouth and these bacteria convert sugars and starches into acids that attack the teeth, and may be caries in the front or back teeth, and the back teeth are more than infected by procrastination The front because there are gaps in it, which facilitates decay.

At the beginning of decay, a white spot appears on the tooth that later turns to yellow, which forms a layer in which bacteria collect food residues into calcium-melting acids on the surface of the tooth, and the person may not feel pain in this period and does not notice the procrastination until after the arrival of the shopping. To advanced stages caused by the fracture of the tooth and pain extending to the nerve of the tooth, which may reach the roots of the teeth caused pus.

As for the treatment of tooth decay, which is done in the dental clinic, a filling is placed after the elimination of the mites in the tooth, which works to stop the process of shopping and keep the tooth from losing, but the teeth must be preserved by cleaning them even after filling, it is possible to corrode the filling and return bacteria to We get old again, there are people who resort to stuffing age more than once and there is research and studies to make fillings that last for a long time without eroding. You have to keep your teeth clean on a daily basis to prevent exposure to tooth decay, tooth pain when it is severe, it is difficult for the affected person to carry out his daily tasks, it is an unbearable pain, especially if the shopping has reached the nerve of the tooth so it should be cleaned daily after each meal, and avoid eating sweets Large amounts especially at night because the bacteria in the mouth are more active during sleep, and it is important not to over-drink soft drinks that cause the greatest damage to the teeth, and if the person notices any change in the color of the tooth or the presence of a rough white substance on the tooth should visit the dentist to treat Shopping before it develops, and a visit to the dentist must be done from time to time to check on the integrity of your teeth


Book Now