MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging) and CT(computed tomography) scans are two of the most commonly used types of imaging tests for diagnosing certain medical conditions. Both of these tests have worked well at helping physicians diagnose medical problems so they can be treated properly. However, these tests do not produce the same type of results. This is howMRIs and CT scans are different.
MRIs are used to diagnose conditions of the soft tissues in the body.
What do you know about wisdom teeth? If you're like most people, you probably think of them as an unavoidable nuisance that everyone has to deal with at some point. You also probably think that they serve no purpose – kind of like an appendix. However, you may not be as informed about wisdom teeth as you think. Check out three facts that might just completely change your view on wisdom teeth.
Your cornea is the clear, protective layer of your eye, covering the iris. Fortunately, with a little prompt action, a scratched cornea will usually heal quickly, without long term damage. This is what you should know about how to treat a corneal abrasion.
How Do You Know You Have A Corneal Abrasion?
Scratched corneas can happen for all sorts of reasons. You may have had sand or dirt blown into your eyes by the wind, or you might have gotten scratched when you picked up your 2-year-old nephew and he accidentally poked you in the eye.
Are you feeling less than fabulous about having to get braces for your teeth? Don't let it bother you. Instead, consider yourself a part of a fascinating area of history because metal braces have been discovered on mummified remains in several parts of the world. In fact, here are a few facts about your dental work that may surprise you!
Braces Could Be Even More Expensive
Do you cringe at the thought of how much a straight smile is costing?
How often do you get your eyes checked? If you're an adult with no known risks to your vision, you should get an eye exam every two years to see if you need corrective lenses or if the ones you do have need to be tweaked. However, your eyes can change dramatically over the course of several months, which means you might have to get a new prescription before it's time to go back to the eye doctor for your regular appointment.