The sensation of ice on the skin after an injection of any sort is soothing. In fact, practitioners use ice after the injection of botulinum toxins or botox on the face, hands, underarms, feet and other parts of the body to reduce discomfort. However, there maybe a potential drawback that may outweigh the benefit ofDetails
Why Medical Skin Care Products – Cosmeceuticals?
They are based on medical science.
They are Prescribed by skin professionals
They work – and you’re tired of trying cosmetics that don’t work
You are still wearing make-up to cover your skin flaws
Your skin isDetails
DERMAL FILLER USED IN OUR LONDON DERMAL FILLER CLINIC : Teosyal Deep Lines
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The lips serve as a focal point of the face and attract the attention of other people. However, the lips are also prone to problems like dryness, cracking and chapping. This is because the skin on the lips is different from the skin on the body. It is thinner and does not contain oil glands,Details
The masseter is often an unfamiliar word for many, but in fact it is a muscle of the body. It is found on the jaw and chin and is the primary muscle used for chewing or mastication. While it is not the only muscle in the area, it is a very big one andDetails
The lateral pterygoid is a major mastication muscle and plays a very important role in stabilizing your jaw. It also assists in the lowering of your jaw, making it important in the process of opening and closing your mouth. This muscle is located on the sides of your face, close to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ.)Details
Bruxism, or tooth grinding, is a condition that can affect anyone. While it is not necessarily dangerous, excessive grinding can cause wear and tear of the teeth. Likewise, it can lead to Temporomandibular Jaw Disorder or TMD/TMJ in the long run.
Symptoms of Bruxism go beyond the regular grinding or clenching. You may feel other
The condition of teeth grinding or teeth clenching while sleeping is medically known as bruxism. This occurs when one holds the top and bottom teeth tightly together or grind while sliding the upper and lower teeth against each other in a back and forth motion. The grinding motion produces a noiseDetails