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How your mouth bacteria can harm your lungs

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New research now published in the journal mSphere examines the effects of poor dental hygiene on the respiratory health of elderly Japanese people. The recent results shed light on the importance of the tongue microbiota for our respiratory health. As Dr. Yamashita and his colleagues explain in their paper, the oral microbiota is important for overall health because the …

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Microcannulas are the future of fillers

Saturday 28th October 2017

Microcannulas are without a doubt the future of injectable fillers as the increased safety, patient comfort, and accuracy of using the microcannula technique for injectable fillers will soon make it the standard of care. Microcannula is advantageous over the traditional sharp hypodermic needle, as it offer flexibility and has a blunt head, which allows the filler to be injected or fanned into the desired areas with extreme precision. The traditional technique for injecting a filler involves making several injection points with a sharp needle. Having multiple injection sites is often what can lead to bruising, as you are potentially breaking blood vessels with each injection. With a microcannula, you need only one injection point per area, and the cannulas is then threaded under the skin. The microcannula is so thin, blunt head, and flexible that it can actually move blood vessels out of the way instead of puncturing them.

Dr Massoudi uses the microcannula for facial filler injections when appropriate, including nasolabial folds, cheeks, marionette lines, temple, forehead, tear trough, jaw lines, chin, nasal augmentation ("liquid rhinoplasty”), and lips. The result is very precise placement of the fillers, a dramatically reduced chance of bruising, and very minimal pain. Take a look at some of the Before & After photos of Dr Massoudi's work, and book your free consultation. Tel: 02074311444



Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 12:02