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A herd of elephant was drinking water and suddenly a crocodile attacked one young elephant and caught its trunk in its jaw.
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Why do people choose dental implants?
Although there are many ways to treat tooth loss, patients tend to choose dental implants because they are the most effective and natural looking option to replace a missing tooth. Dental implants are permanent and durable, they restore appearance of your smile, and they allow you to eat, drink, and laugh with confidence.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are permanent, artificial teeth consisting of a crown, or a custom replacement tooth, attached to a titanium post implanted in the jaw. Dental implants provide the closest approximation of natural teeth in both function and appearance.
What is the process for getting a dental implant?
In order to be a good candidate for dental implants, your mouth must be healthy and free of infection and your jaw must be strong enough to support the implant. When you are ready, a titanium post will be implanted in your jaw, after which a custom crown will be created and attached to the post, fitting seamlessly with your natural teeth.
How long do dental implants last?
With proper care and good oral health, your dental implant could last a lifetime. The crown portion of the implant may need replacement within about 10-15 years, although crowns have been known to last up to 25 years.
Are dental implants right for me?
Dental implants are comfortable, convenient, durable, and long-lasting, and they help to maintain the integrity of the jawbone and the position of other teeth. If you are considering a dental implant, speak to a trusted dental professional that can provide you with information and advice.
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Gorham's disease is a rare bone disorder characterized by bone loss (osteolysis), often associated abnormal blood vessel growth (angiomatous proliferation). Bone loss can occur in just one bone, or spread to soft tissue and adjacent bones. Symtoms may include pain, swelling, and increased risk of fracture. It may affect any part of the skeleton, but most commonly involves the skull, collarbone (clavicle), pelvis, ribs, spine, and/or jaw. Depending on the bones affected, various complications may occur. The cause of Gorham's disease is currently unknown. Most cases occur sporadically.
Treatment is based on the signs and symptoms in each affected person, and most commonly involves surgery and/or radiation therapy. In some cases, Gorham's disease improves without treatment (spontaneous remission).
Gorham’s (GOR-amz) disease is a very rare skeletal condition of uncertain etiology, characterized by the uncontrolled proliferation of distended, thin-walled vascular or lymphatic channels within bone, which leads to resorption and replacement of bone with angiomas and/or fibrosis. Because of the loss of the affected bone, the condition has been referred to as disappearing bone disease, vanishing bone disease, and massive osteolysis. In medical terminology osteolysis means: bone (osteo) breaking down or destruction (lysis).
The first known report of the condition came in 1838 in an article titled “A Boneless Arm” in what was then The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, now The New England Journal of Medicine. It is a brief but fascinating report chronicling the case of Mr. Brown who had, in 1819 at age 18 years, broken his right upper arm in an accident. The patient suffered two subsequent accidents, which fractured the arm twice more “before the curative process had been completed.” At the time of the report in 1838 the patient was reported as having remarkable use of the arm, in spite of the humerus bone having....
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A swollen lymph node can be as small as the size of a pea and as large as the size of a cherry.
Swollen lymph nodes can be painful to the touch, or they can hurt when you make certain movements.
Swollen lymph nodes under the jaw or on either side of the neck may hurt when you turn your head in a certain way or when you’re chewing food. They can often be felt simply by running your hand over your neck just below your jawline. They may be tender.
Swollen lymph nodes in the groin may cause pain when walking or bending.
Other symptoms that may be present along with swollen lymph nodes are:
If you experience any of these symptoms, or if you have painful swollen lymph nodes and no other symptoms, consult your doctor. Lymph nodes that are swollen but not tender can be signs of a serious problem, such as cancer.
In some cases, the swollen lymph node will get smaller as other symptoms go away. If a lymph node is swollen and painful or if the swelling lasts more than a few days, see your doctor.
See how two people react when they experience the "JAWS" ride in Universal Studios Orlando for the first time! This video shows some very cool footage of the ride and is edited with different angles so that you don't miss anything!
WARNING: don't watch this video if you never have been in this JAWS ride before, but are planning to in the near future because it will spoil every surprise for you.
Big wave surfers encounter 40-60 foot waves of the north shore of Maui.
"JAWS" is considered the best big wave break in the world.
Sunset surf session JAWS, Maui. March 07, 2005.
Rare footage of a paddle-in surf session JAWS. Peahi, Maui. March 18, 2005.
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A mountain climber makes a sexual remark to a woman climber inside a helicopter about her smoking next to the nitro.
She get's out and slug's him one in the jaw.
The finding of Casey's Creekside Cache in South Moose Jaw, saskatchewan
While picking up Mafia from the vet this evening and also visited the limping doggie, we saw this small little kitty with his jaw dislocated. It breaks our hearts to see him in this painful condition. He has to be force fed to keep up his energy and also not to be left dehydrated.
A good Samaritan brought him in. Two obvious reasons he had encountered this painful sufferings was either by accident or got beaten! Hope he will make it and the Samaritan will take him in.
Parody of "Jaws" from halloween 2002, this is just the last clip of the movie we made.