Are you visiting a denture clinic for the first time? If so, you're about to embark on a life-changing experience that'll allow you to enhance your speech, chew food easily, and change the way you look. Before you head to your first denture clinic appointment, there are a few things you should consider doing.
Make sure your overall oral health is good
Depending on the structure of your jaw, the professional fitting with your denture clinic might need to perform a small amount of surgery.
When you're looking for GP jobs, you are likely going to see a lot of different posts with a variety of different pay rates and benefit plans. Sometimes, when you're applying for jobs, it can be hard to know how much you are worth or what you should request in terms of benefits, terms and compensation. To get a sense of what you should ask for from prospective employers, you may want to spend some time researching what other doctors in your position receive.
Physio, also known as physiotherapy, is the science of preventing, treating and managing disease or injury through the use of physical means as opposed to drugs and surgery. The main aim of the therapy is to relieve pain and restore mobility. The application of physiotherapy to manage illness dates back to 460 BC, when physicians at the time advocated for the use of manual therapy, hydrotherapy and massage to treat disease.
Skin cancer has a good rate of successful treatment if it's caught early, so it's important to be alert to suspicious symptoms. If you carry out regular checks of your skin—or have a professional take a look for you—you're likely to be aware of any warning signs.
When you hear advice on checking your skin for signs of cancer, a lot of the focus is on moles, whether it's looking for new ones or noticing any that have changed somehow.
Taking part in a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training camp is a tough and arduous experience, one which is designed to improve your competence but can easily result in injury. Martial art injuries are not uncommon, often due to overly aggressive sparing or a lack of warming up. Fortunately, most camps will have an on-site physiotherapy clinic with a qualified physiotherapist to assist with prevention and recovery. To help you to prolong your training and minimise the risk of having to visit the physio, this guide will provide practical advise to assist with warming up and cooling down.