The lingual nerve is a nerve that innervates or gives sensation to the tongue we all have one on the right side and one on the left side that nerve gives us the ability to feel and it also gives us the ability to taste when the lingual nerve is damaged and oftentimes the cases that were asked to get involved in are lingual nerves that are transected or severed as a result of lower wisdom tooth extractions when this harm occurs what happens is that the ability to taste is lost and the ability to feel sensation.
For the affected half of the tongue is lost so if the right lingual nerve has been transected then the entire right half of the tongue for all intents and purposes is without sensation and without taste there's probably no other lawyer in the country who has handled and tried to verdict more lingual nerve injury cases then I have over the years I was able to effectively try my first lingual nerve case in California and we were successful and got a very good verdict I was then ask to handle more lingual nerve cases.
And I handled many of them in California then I've gotten calls from around the country I've taught lawyers around the country the proposition of how these cases are to be properly and effectively handled so over my career I handled in excess of 50 lingual nerve cases around the country we've obtain the highest verdicts for a lingual nerve injury from a low wisdom tooth extraction in the state of California in this state of New Jersey in the Commonwealth of Virginia we've got one of the highest results if not the highest result.
Nerve Injury After Shoulder Surgery.Why We Declined The Case
We were recently contacted by an individual who Had gotten into an auto collision and after the Collision had shoulder surgery after the Surgery this particular person was complaining About nerve pain and nerve injury shooting down The arm and into the hand and the question was Did the doctors do something in the surgery That constituted medical malpractice which is What caused the nerve damage or the nerve pain in this particular individual's arm hello I'm Marcus Boston and I am a medical malpractice Attorney practicing law here in the state of.
Maryland and I would like to talk with you today About why not every bad result during a surgery is Medical malpractice here in Maryland in the Incident that I am talking to you about what we Had to do is we got the records and we had an Medical expert take a look at the records And during the records if was discovered during The surgical notes and some of the other notes In the records that the doctors who performed The surgery followed the standard of care there Was no type of deviation from the standard in this.
Particular individual's situation and as a result Of that we had to conclude during our investigation And looking at some more other things that this Case would not be succesful if you are watching This tutorial and you are wondering you're saying I had a bad result is this medical malpractice The truth of the matter is that unless your DOctor fell below the standard of care in your Situation and by falling below the standard of Care this is what caused your injury you will Not be successful unless you can show that.
So why have I taken the time to explain this to You today Becuase you are probably wondering the Same things in this tutorial you've had a bad result During a surgery or some type of medical procedure Did the doctor mess up did the doctor fall below The standard of care This is what I invite you To do pick up the phone and give us a call we can Be reached at 3018504832 or you can go ahead And send us an email to medicalinjurybostonlawllc We answer questions like yours regarding Maryland.
Medical malpractice cases all the time and we would Be glad to listen to your story if you are Watching this tutorial on YouTube and you like what You just watched go ahead an like the tutorial and I would strongly suggest that you Subscribe to our YouTube channel the reason why Subscribing is important is because if you have These types of questions and you are a subscriber To our channel you will be alerted as soon as we Upload helpful content just like what you watched Today Boston Law Group LLC is a Maryland medical.
What Happens When You Burn Your Tongue
You're watching the game, you've got a cold one on the way, you grab a piping hot slice of pizza, put it in your mouth, AAAAAND WAAAAHHHH I BURNT MY TONGUE. WHY GODS. WHY! Pizza is one of the worlds greatest inventions, but when I was watching sportsball over the weekend I totally put a piece in my mouth and now I can't feel this part of my tongue. The act of burning your tongue falls under the medical term of glossitis which also covers dry mouth, infection, or hormonal factors plus simple things like biting your tongue.
Or reactions to spicy foods. Hot food renders our tongues pretty much useless because it's burned off the top layer of our taste receptors we call them taste buds. The receptors vary in number from person to person from 2,000 to 10,000. They're are all over the tongue, the roof of the mouth and the back of the throat. Those tiny bumps on your tongue ARE NOT your taste buds, those are called lingual papillae there are four types of papillae in your mouth, some contain taste buds, and some do not. If you burn your tongue, you've probably damaged the fungiform.
Papillae, named that way because they look like tiny mushrooms. Each one of those fungiform papillae contains six taste buds. Commonly, a tongue burn is a firstdegree burn the lowest of the three levels of burn. An example on the skin would be an accidental brief touch of a hot pan that leaves a shiny red line. When you burn your mouth, the taste buds are destroyed, which in itself isn't a big deal, because they're constantly being regenerated. Underneath the top layer of your tongue are basal cells. Every 10 days, the basal cells mature into place at the top of.
The taste bud, where they're eventually replaced. The good news is, mouth wounds heal relatively quickly twice as fast as rest of the body because it's in the body's best interest. Taste evolved to protect us from poisons which commonly taste bitter, and allow us to eat things which keep our body in tiptop shape like salty sodiums and sugary fatty energy foodstuffs. If you burn your tongue, there's not much to be done but wait until it heals which might take a couple of days. If it's REALLY bad, like the burn has blisters or you see.
Charred tissues Go to the damn hospital. But even knowing ALL THIS, WHY IS IT ALWAYS PIZZA! I found, surprisingly, this was pretty well studied. In one paper, titled Thermal Characteristics of Mozzarella Cheese, the researchers found the specific heat capacity of mozz or the amount of heat the physical molecules of cheese can hold is 2.7 kilojoules per kilogram. That's a lot! More than rubber or fiberboard and a little less than balsa wood or paraffin wax,! Cheese can get pretty darn hot before bursting into flame. Thank you physics students. Y'all are great.
Root Canal Treatment Step by Step
Nothing looks, feels or functions like your natural teeth. And with the right care, your smile can last a lifetime. But problems like decay, disease or injury can threaten teeth and ruin smiles. Thanks to advances in treatment and technology, many teeth can be saved. One way a tooth can be saved is with a procedure called root canal treatment, also known as endodontic treatment. Endodontics is a specialized area of dentistry focused on treating disease or injury to the dental pulp. Endodontists are dental specialists with advanced training in root canal treatment. They are experts in saving your natural teeth.
Using stateoftheart technologies like microscopes and digital imaging to treat you quickly and comfortably. Let's take a stepbystep look at a modern root canal procedure. Here is a healthy tooth. Inside the tooth, under the white enamel, is a hard tissue called dentin. Inside the dentin is a soft tissue called pulp. The pulp contains the tooth's nerves and blood vessels. It extends from the crown of the tooth into the roots of your teeth. If the pulp becomes inflamed or infected, your endodontist will remove it, relieving your pain or discomfort. Here's how root canal treatment works. First,.
Your endodontist will numb the tooth so that you won't feel anything during the procedure. A small shield isolates the tooth, keeping it dry and clean. An opening is made through the crown of the tooth and into the pulp chamber. Fluid is put in the canals to kill any bacteria and help rinse out debris. Then, the pulp is removed. Using small instruments, the endodontist carefully cleans and shapes the canals. After the space is cleaned and shaped, the endodontist fills and seals the root canals. In most cases, a temporary filling is placed.
Tinnitus Cure Is There An Effective Tinnitus Cure
Tinnitus cure Tinnitus could appear to be similar to an insect's chirping and may have an effect on a single one or both ears. Tinnitus is mostly regarded as a sign of diverse underlying signs and circumstances, like ear infections, anemia, despair, neural trauma, listening to loss, amongst others. Tinnitus may very well be just a symptom, nonetheless it needs to be handled as ignoring it solely tends to make circumstances worse. The Medical Practitioner's Method to Treatment Consulting a doctor If you undergo from a number of the circumstances earlier mentioned,.
You should not hesitate to see a doctor. Regardless that tinnitus could possibly be linked to incurable diseases, medical practitioners do feel that aid from tinnitus can could be found. To detect this condition, a well being care professional would use xrays, audiograms, audiometry, and residual inhibition to determine what is causing your affliction. Traditional contibuting components are comprised of previous age, anemia, a whole lot of ear wax, hypertension, bodily stress, psycholigical stress, and sinus conditions. Treatment As tinnitus is really a manifestation of a situation, it can be dealt with utilizing.
Suitable medications. Tinnitus maskers Nowadays, many several types of gear are have been created to help individuals by reducing the ailing aspecteffects of tinnitus. Noise maskers of the interior ear and listening to aids are very most popular forms of a cure for tinnitus. Tinnitus maskers in particular look similar to hearing aids, yet do not amplify sounds from the outside. Most of these maskers are made to chop down the hissing sounds you experience within the ear. These types applications makes for an extremely effective remedy for tinnitus. Listening to aids The earliest measure introduced by medical specialists to assist these with.
Hearing loss, hearing aids improve exterior noise to assist an individual's hearing. Of late they have been for some time employed as a cure for tinnitus as a result of they enable the sufferer of tinnitus to zero in on exterior sounds in lieu of the phantom sounds on the ear. Stabalize your immune system A very poor immune system is a direct outcome and factor of weak effectively being, and may make an individual especially susceptible to a wide variety of well being situations, with tinnitus as a general symptom. Hence, in case you really.
Smart implants dissolve after healing Science Nation
MUSIC AMBULANCE SIRENS MILES O'BRIEN We all know, accidents happen, and doctors often have to use screws or even metal plates to support broken bones while they heal. Afterwards, they're sometimes surgically removed or they just stay there, increasing the chance of complications down the road. What if that metal could just disintegrate on its own JAG SANKAR If you make it very thin, you can do biodegradable sutures and staples. MILES O'BRIEN With support from the National Science Foundation, materials engineer Jag Sankar and a team at North.
Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University are working to make that happen. Here at a center called Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials they're developing new metals for use in plates, staples, heart stents and surgical screws, all designed to eventually just dissolve away safely. JAG SANKAR Which means the future implant, whether it's orthopedic or cardiovascular, after the person cures, slowly it will biodegrade, and it won't be in your body. MILES O'BRIEN Sankar says creating new biomaterials from scratch is much easier said than done. JAG SANKAR You need to have facilities and people working.
On different things. MILES O'BRIEN Materials engineer Christopher Smith says a main ingredient in their biomaterials recipe is magnesium. Our bodies use it to build bone and muscle. And so that makes it an ideal building block for new biodegradable metal alloy implants. CHRISTOPHER SMITH We take a pure magnesium block. We cast it until it becomes liquid molten magnesium. Then, we add our additional metals to create our alloys. These elements make our alloy more robust for medical devices. LAB WORKER Looks good. laughs MILES O'BRIEN Sankar says they're testing a range of.
Different magnesiumbased alloys. One type does not fit all. JAG SANKAR So that means we need to create a material database, slew of materials having different magnesium alloy properties. What suits for me at my age is different from somebody else of some other age or a woman. SERGEY YARMOLENKO.we are developing the recipe. MILES O'BRIEN Sergey Yarmolenko is formulating biocoatings that are applied to the magnesiumalloys to keep themfrom dissolving too soon. SERGEY YARMOLENKO It allows us to develop very tiny and very accurately layers of materials we should want.
MILES O'BRIEN Chemist Boyce Collins uses CT scans to monitor implants as they disintegrate. BOYCE COLLINS We can take an image at two weeks, four weeks, 12 weeks. This is a magnesium anchor that's been absorbed into a rabbit femur. A femur being the thigh bone. MILES O'BRIEN It will take years of testing to make sure these materials are safe and effective. Sankar expects in the next ten years that metal plates and screws for broken bones, you know, the ones that set off metal detectors at airports, won't have to be a permanent fixture at all. They'll just.
Tooth Extraction in Waco TX Katherines Daughter Brazos Oral Facial Surgery
My name is Katherine, and I'm from Waco, TX. We were referred to Dr. Warren for my daughter she's 11, and she needed to have some teeth extracted, and that was our orthodontist that recommended that we come here. We were anticipating that she would need braces, and therefore she needed 2 teeth pulled in order to have the braces placed. I was nervous she was quite nervous about the procedure itself, and the staff was really excellent about explaining everything to her. But it was very nerveracking to see your 11 year old that was going to.
Have to undergo light anesthesia in order to have her teeth removed. And they allowed me to be in the room actually with her while she was having the IV started. Then I was taken into another room while they completed the procedure, which was actually very short. Dr. Warren was great. He's very friendly he's kind. He was very gentle with my daughter. I think his own family the fact that he has children as well helps him relate to younger patients, and I felt like he related to her very, very well.
Swallowing Exercises How to make your swallow stronger Exercise 1
The first two exercises will work the muscles in your mouth, and the back of your throat, which will make your swallow stronger. Remember to keep your mouth wet. Let's get started. To make this exercise more comfortable, make sure your head is not tilted back. Stick out the tip of your tongue, and hold it between your teeth or lips. Now, try to swallow your spit with your tongue in that position. Remember, if your mouth feels dry, swish water or baking soda solution around in your mouth, and spit it out afterwards.
Let's try that one again. Stick out the tip of your tongue and hold it between your teeth. Now, try to swallow your spit with your tongue in that position. pause Stick out the tip of your tongue Now, try to swallow your spit. Good job. Stick out the tip of your tongue Now, try to swallow your spit. Good job. Let's try that one again. Stick out the tip of your tongue Now, try to swallow your spit. Good job. Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth as hard as you can.
Now swallow as hard as you can. Good job. Remember, if your mouth feels dry swish water or baking soda solution around in your mouth and spit it out afterwards. pause Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth as hard as you can. Now swallow, as hard as you can. Good job. Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth as hard as you can. Now swallow, as hard as you can. pause Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth as hard as you can. Now swallow, as hard as you can.
Emergency dentistry Smile Solutions
Today I'm talking with Dr Kat Marhfour, one of the general dentists at Melbourne's Smile Solutions. Hello Kat. Hi Christine. Now, I often see the tower of this beautiful building lit up at night and I sort of get the impression that Smile Solutions is a dental practice that never sleeps. It's true Christine, we are open 7 days a week and we also offer after hours assistance. Can you tell me about the services you offer outside of normal hours On weekdays we start early and finish late. We are also open on Saturdays and Sundays.
Anyone requiring emergency care has access, just as our regular patients do, to both our registered specialists and general dentists all working extended hours and our specialists available on most weekends. That's unusual for specialists isn't it It is. And that is one of the reasons why we are the emergency dentists of choice for sporting clubs, sporting events and for travelling companies like cirque du soleil. In fact, we are the official dentist to the Collingwood Football Club and the Australian Open Tennis Tournament as well. I imagine your central location would help in that regard.
It does. And geographical convenience is also one thing that makes us the emergency dentist of choice for many Melbourne hotels. So what sort of emergencies would you usually be treating Typically we see case of tooth ache, including nerve pain, broken teeth, pain associated with impacted wisdom teeth or even traumatic jaw injuries. Regardless of the problem it is important that the patient is treated promptly and with a successful outcome. Time is especially of the essence if you have fans waiting or you have a travel itinerary to stick to.
And you couldn't provide such services without a comprehensive team of clinicians, right Exactly. Under this one roof we have 20 general dentists, 16 registered specialists spanning all fields and 10 dental hygienists. As a team we cover all bases. For example, one of the most painful dental ailments is damage or infection of the nerve or root of a tooth. We have 3 endodontists practicing at Smile Solutions. This means our dentists can refer patients directly to an experienced specialist, rather than a junior dentist for prompt root canal treatment.
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