Birthmark Removal


Birthmarks are natural, but for many people, they see the imperfect blemishes from the scarring. Fortunately, modern techniques eliminate or reduce the effects of birthmarks in a safe and also in an effective manner. Birthmarks are simply a discoloration of the skin, can occur by a variety of causes, including a rare group of blood vessels or local residual natural colors that give skin its color. Laser treatment can be applied to all kinds of birthmarks. Types of Birthmark There are two main types of birthmarks: pigmented birthmarks and vascular birthmarks. Pigmented birthmarks These types of birthmarks happen when you Read More …

Anterior Cruciate Ligament


The ACL is one of the four main ligaments in the knee joint that connect it to the shinbone (tibia) and thighbone (femur). It’s located deep within the joint, behind the kneecap (patella), above the shinbone, and below the thighbone. The ACL works with the PCL (posterior cruciate ligament), which crosses over it to form an “X.” Together, these two ligaments help keep the knee stable when rotating. The ACL keeps the shinbone in place and prevents it from moving too far forward and away from the knee and thighbone. Anterior cruciate ligament injury Anterior cruciate ligament injury occurs when the Read More …

Infertility Treatment


Infertility refers to an inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. It can also refer to the biological inability of an individual to contribute to conception, or to a female who cannot carry a pregnancy to full term. Most couples who have unprotected sex at least twice per week are able to become pregnant within one year. If after one year couple has not become the parent it is because of infertility problem. Infertility may from men & women or both partners. Mostly aging reduces a woman’s ability to become pregnant. When Women grows older, ovulation process or egg Read More …

Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement


The minimally invasive knee replacement procedure is same as a traditional knee replacement. The traditional knee replacement requires around 6 to 8 inches long incision. The patient size and the extent of the joint damage can sometimes determine the length of the incision. The cut allows the surgeon to fully visualize the joint, the diseased tissues, and the implants. Minimally invasive total knee replacement may also require a 3 to 4-inch incision, without cutting through the quadriceps tendons and muscles. Half the length of a traditional knee replacement incision. The surgeon can perform surgery through such a short incision because Read More …

Artificial Insemination Procedure


Artificial Insemination refers to placing sperm in a woman’s vagina or cervix when she is ovulating. The sperm then travels into the fallopian tubes, where they can fertilize the woman’s egg or eggs. It is the best way to treat infertility issue when couples are not able to conceive naturally. Many causes of this include Male factor infertility, Unexplained infertility. Approximately six percent of women between 15 and 44 years of age can’t get pregnant with their spouse on their own within one year of having unprotected sex. Here are some successful steps for the artificial insemination procedure. The physical exam Read More …

Artificial Insemination


Artificial insemination is a fertilization procedure for people who can’t be able to conceive their child and also who want to be a single parent. This process performs with inserting the male partner’s (or donor’s) prepared sperm sample through the cervix (the neck of the uterus) and into the cavity of the uterus, immediately before ovulation. Artificial Insemination With Sperm Donor A married woman may also use a sperm donation. Married women may choose sperm from husbands or donor (friends or sperm bank). If artificial insemination by the husband is not an option due to male factor infertility. A single woman Read More …

Chemical Peel Types, Procedure, Benefits, Cost


Chemical peeling treatment helps in removing the damaged outer layer of the skin. This is an effective treatment for uneven surface blemishes, wrinkles, and uneven skin tones. They also remove outer layers of dead skin, revealing a new layer of skin with better texture. In addition to full-face rejuvenation, certain types of skin peels can also be used for spot treatments and as a way to remove stretch marks or rejuvenate skin elsewhere on the body. There are three main types of Chemical peel Light Chemical Peel It usually treats delicate skin, dry, uneven color of the statue, and acne. Read More …

Scar Removal Types, Procedure, Cost


Scars are visible signs that remain after a wound has healed. They are the inevitable result of injury or surgery, and their development will be unpredictable. Poor repairs may also lead to scars that are unsightly or disfiguring. These scars also affect your appearance. Scars can raised or recessed from surrounding healthy tissue and noticeable because of their size, shape, position, color or texture. Scar Removal Scar Removal is a cosmetic procedure to improve or reduce the appearance of scars. It also restores function and corrects skin changes caused by an injury, wound or previous surgery. The individual treatment will Read More …

Ankle Fusion Surgery, Signs, Procedure Risks


Ankle Fusion is to relieve pain and also improve function for a patient with ankle arthritis. Ankle arthritis is degeneration joint disease of the cartilage that covers the ends of the bones that form the ankle joint. These bones are the tibia (shinbone), the fibula (Calf Bone), and the talus (Large Bone). Pain also gets worse with the movement of the arthritic ankle joint. In conclusion, the goal of ankle fusion (ankle arthrodesis) is to take the ankle bones and fuse them into one bone. Also, it eliminates motion and reduces pain from the arthritic joint. Signs that indicate the Read More …

Mole Removal Types, Procedure, Benefits


Moles, medically known as nevi, appear on the skin as small and large in size, dark spots, and color of pigment cells. It can appear anywhere on the body, but most often on the back, legs, arms and face. Although most skin nevi are harmless, in rare cases, they may be precancerous lesions that require surgical resection. Some patients can also choose to remove benign moles for cosmetic reasons using surgery, laser or natural mole removal. Types of Moles Common skin nevus is dark, uniform in color and often above the skin. Atypical moles also called dysplastic nevi, usually larger Read More …