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Exceptional Dentist in Stamford, CT: Elke Cheung Dentistry Ensuring Healthy Smiles

2023.06.08 08:30 elkecheungdentistry Exceptional Dentist in Stamford, CT: Elke Cheung Dentistry Ensuring Healthy Smiles

Exceptional Dentist in Stamford, CT: Elke Cheung Dentistry Ensuring Healthy Smiles
Elke Cheung Dentistry is a trusted Dentist in Stamford CT. With a focus on personalized care and advanced techniques, we provide comprehensive dental services, including preventive care, cosmetic treatments, and restorative procedures, for optimal oral health. Call us at 203-846-0400.
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2023.06.08 06:07 deanwheelz Wow people just have no shame

Wow people just have no shame
Horrible air quality in nyc. It’s midnight so I get it the customer don’t want to walk outside and stroll his ass for 100 feet to get food but wants to leave a 25 cent tip for a dasher. Sick human beings. I got up and went to get food on my own because I can’t afford a hefty tip right now. Turned on the app to see the fuckery that’s going on and it’s orders like this. Atleast during covid people were generous.
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2023.06.08 03:25 rrmdp 📢 Clinica Family Health is hiring a Pediatric Dentist - Part-Time or Full-Time!

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Location: Denver, CO, United States 📍
Date Posted: June 07, 2023 📅
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2023.06.07 19:17 cheeskiniss Child-Friendly dentist (not pediatric)

My son (5) has cavities in his molars. (Which is super disappointing because we tried so hard to be vigilant) He has cavities in all four molars. He had one fixed at the regular dentist with freezing. He did a great job but he was wiggling. I was outside the room and I heard everything. They did ask him to stop moving multiple times, but no tears, no fighting and they got the job done.
However; the dentist recommended a pediatric dentist. This seemed a bit excessive to me (They wanted to knock him out, which is standard, I guess.) After the consult, sending in all the estimates, etc. they are now telling me it would be at least a six month wait. They are booking into the new year.
Does anyone have experience with a dentist who knows how to work well with kids? But not a specific pediatric dentist, more about bedside manner?
Hoping for another alternative and would love to hear the experience of any other parents.
Thanks so much.
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2023.06.07 13:02 Fainabramdds Pediatric Dentistry Melville

Looking for a trusted pediatric dentist in Melville? Visit for top-quality dental care tailored specifically for children. With a focus on their unique needs, Dr. Faina Abram and her team provide expert pediatric dentistry services in a warm and friendly environment. Ensure your child's oral health with compassionate care at Schedule an appointment today!
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2023.06.07 10:53 Bestdetist4kids Smile Bright with Zirconia Crowns: Top Dentist for Kids in Philadelphia

Smile Bright with Zirconia Crowns: Top Dentist for Kids in Philadelphia
Discover the best dental care for your child's oral health! Our experienced and caring team in Philadelphia offers top-notch Zirconia crowns Philadelphia, ensuring durable and natural-looking dental restorations. Trust our skilled dentists to provide gentle and specialized treatment, giving your child a confident and healthy smile.
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2023.06.07 09:43 WhiteStarDental Best Dentist for Kids in Paschim Vihar Whitestar Dental Clinic

Best Dentist for Kids in Paschim Vihar Whitestar Dental Clinic
Doctor Alpa V Sharma, a renowned pedodontist with over 12 years of experience, is the best dentist for kids in Paschim Vihar. Specializing in pediatric dentistry, she ensures a positive and comfortable dental experience for children. With her expertise and gentle approach, Dr. Alpa V Sharma helps children maintain healthy smiles every day by educating both children and parents about the right way to maintain oral health. Trust her for exceptional dental care tailored to the unique needs of young patients.
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2023.06.07 08:33 Zestyclose-Wolf1220 Chronic tooth sensitivity, facial pain and headaches. Losing hope.

As the title says, I am currently dealing with sensitive teeth, facial pain and headaches. The pain and sensitivity vary and never seem to happen in the same area... although my front teeth seem to be the most sensitive. I have been dealing with this issue for almost two years now. So far, I have had the following:
Is it possibly TMJ? I have asked dentists about this, and they don't seem to think it's the case. However, my mouth seems to click a lot and feelsoff to me and this video seems similar to the issues and pain that I am dealing with. TMJ treatment
Does anyone have any advice? Treatment options?
The constant sensitivity, facial pain, and headaches have really drastically changed my life and ability to work, mood, everything. I just want to wake up and make it through a day without sensitive teeth and headaches...
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2023.06.07 04:38 Medical-Way2224 Questions about/ i haveclass II overbite recessed chin and protuding mouth. Surgeon recommended me this

Questions about/ i haveclass II overbite recessed chin and protuding mouth. Surgeon recommended me this
Hey i need help if anyone experienced in the recommendations that the surgeon gave me here is the list
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2023.06.06 17:55 BoundlessBow Toddler meltdown at appt

My son is 2.5 and has a mild cross eye. Doctor thought it might just be the wide bridge of his nose but referred taking him to the pediatric ophthalmologist to have it looked at just to be on the safe side. Turns out he indeed has a cross eye from being farsighted but glasses should help correct it.
For being a pediatric office you'd think the techs and the doctors would be in tune to pediatric behaviors. My son hates people messing with his face (he melts down at the dentist too but that office is amazing and very patient). The doctor was mumbling and saying like he needs to understand this will be over soon and blah blah. I'm like dude he's 2, there's no reasoning sometimes and now he's been poked and prodded with getting his eyes dilated that he's pissed. And to top it off hes getting restless because we waited an additional 20 mins after the 30 min wait to get the eyes dilated. Doc calls a tech in to help hold him still which I told him in the beginning we will probably have to do because he's going to squirm. Doc just kept getting frustrated and I'm like just chill. In the end we ended up leaving before trying to glasses because now my son is just at an 11 and wants to go to daycare. (he kept saying go to school). The whole time too the tech acted like my son was the first ever to have a meltdown after having drops put into his eyes. Sorry if none of this makes sense, I'm just rambling now that I got to work.
Tldr: took 2yo to eye doctor, has meltdown from being poked and prodded and doc apparently doesn't get that toddlers sometimes have meltdowns.
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2023.06.06 13:03 StelManias Newborn baby problem: Can anyone help?

We gave birth via a c-section at the 3rd of May 2023 to a boy weighting 3750 gr, after 40 weeks of gestation.The newborn cried normally when it was born and it did not require cardiopulmonary resuscitation but it hasn’t cried normally ever since.
The newborn has severe hypertonia (increased muscle tone) since the very first hours of its life and it is also in a state of lethargy for several hours every day. Several reflexes for the baby are not there (like the Moro reflex) and according to the pediatricians, the baby looks like it suffers from some form of encephalopathy, without any apparent morphological signs.
The newborn has issues with his oxygen levels and hematocrit. He cannot be fed from the mouth.A cerebral venous thrombosis was diagnosed initially from the MRI scan and the newborn was treated with heparin. A second MRI (a week later) showed that there was no case for a thrombosis and heparin treatment stopped. CT-scan and MRI scan were clean. Several EEGs have shown no real issues.
Several pediatric neurologists have examined the baby, not being able to conclude if it is a neurologic condition, if it is a muscular condition, something wrong with the brain or a mix of the above. They cannot identify the root cause of the problem and the symptoms are confusing.
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2023.06.06 13:03 WhiteStarDental Affordable Dental Treatment in Paschim Vihar WhiteStar Dental Clinic

If you are seeking affordable dental treatment in Paschim Vihar or searching for the best dentist for kids in Paschim Vihar, Whitestar Dental is the place to go. With Dr. Alpa V Sharma's expertise in pediatric dentistry, a kid-friendly clinic environment, commitment to affordability, gold-standard sterilization, and speciality-based dentistry, Whitestar Dental has established itself as a trusted dental clinic in the area. Choose Whitestar Dental for all your dental needs and give your family the gift of a healthy smile everyday.
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2023.06.06 10:00 Bestdetist4kids Exceptional Pediatric Orthodontist in Philadelphia - Trust the Best Dentist 4 Kids

Discover the leading pediatric orthodontist in Philadelphia at Best Dentist 4 Kids. Our highly skilled and compassionate team specializes in providing top-notch orthodontic care for children. From traditional braces to innovative treatments, we ensure a comfortable and effective journey towards a beautiful, healthy smile for your little ones.
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2023.06.06 09:49 Bestdetist4kids Bottle Root Decay in Philadelphia? Trust the Best Dentist 4 Kids

Don't let bottle root decay harm your child's oral health! At Best Dentist 4 Kids in Philadelphia, our expert pediatric dentists specialize in treating and preventing bottle root decay in Philadelphia. With gentle care and advanced techniques, we ensure your child's teeth stay healthy and bright. Schedule an appointment today.
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2023.06.06 09:25 Bestdetist4kids Expert Dentist for Pediatric Posterior Tongue Tie in Philadelphia

Our highly skilled and compassionate dentist specializes in treating posterior tongue tie Philadelphia in children, offering top-quality care in Philadelphia. With a gentle approach and advanced techniques, we provide comprehensive evaluations and effective treatments to promote proper tongue function, speech development, and overall oral health for your child. Trust the best dentist for kids in Philadelphia.
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2023.06.06 06:02 Raynrocket 24/7 fixed TMJ orthotic

Hi, new here as I’ll soon be starting my 24/7 fixed TMJ orthotic. I dug through some old posts and saw conflicting comments in the past so I was curious to hear opinions on this. After numerous tests, CT scan, etc, my dentist (DMD, MAGD, FPFA, LVIF) suggested the 24/7 fixed orthotic would be the best route for 1-3 months, followed by phase 2 (ortho or reconstruction, TBD).
My bite hasn’t felt great in a while(front top/bottom teeth making constant contact), muscle aches/tightness in face/jaw/neck/shouldeback, poor posture/forward head, and my jaw seems even slightly slanted. I have been going to PT for about 2 months thus far as well.
Would love to hear peoples experiences, thoughts, what to expect from this. Hoping it helps!
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2023.06.05 23:58 vetdrk Tongue tie post-op care - Chiro, OT, PT, RMT or all?! Who performs myofunctional therapy?

My 8 week old son had his tongue tie corrected via laser at the pediatric dentist 4 days ago. We’ve been given exercises to prevent reattachment of the tie, but after going down the rabbit hole, it seems like there are many modalities that are recommended post op.
Please explain to me like I’m 5… what is “body work” exactly? So many practitioners say that body work is important, but who does this and what does it entail?
Other than doing the post op exercises for however long the peds dentist recommends, should we also be taking him to chiro, OT, or PT? I’ve been reading that myofunctional therapy is important for helping to resolve the secondary effects from tongue tie, but which professional does this?
Symptoms that my baby had that are related to tongue ties: - shallow latch (although non painful) - swallows lots of gas, causing colic pain - does not sleep on his back for longer than 30 mins - ONLY sleeps chest-to-chest on us, I suspect the hyper extension of his neck helps open his airways - high arched palate - sleeps with mouth open (open mouth breathes) - congestion - dry lips and white tongue
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2023.06.05 23:32 Franhoop Chronic Sinusitis, causing Strabismus?

Chronic Sinusitis, causing Strabismus?
Hi, after getting back into playing rec hockey and taking a few decent collisions, I noticed I couldn’t breathe from my right side in early March, sometimes doing exercise would clear a small passage way or using Drixoral (Oxy hydrochloride) would clear temporarily. I might have used around 20 days in a row, skipping a few here and there, not knowing that it could cause rebound congestion. No coughing or other cold symptoms, I’ve always been prone to sneezing and runny nose due to allergies though. Both Mom, Dad and brother have seasonal allergy symptoms.
Through April I started noticing more pressure in my face, not being able to get anything out of my nose, a harder time sleeping, waking up with teeth and jaw and eventually eye pain. I wouldn’t say I’m super stressed, but work was busy and playing league sports added physical anxiousness. Dentist said I was grinding teeth, I since sleep upright and with a hard moulded mouth guard (has helped with the jaw pain).
In late April, I had a few beers during the day and night, stood by an outdoor wood burning pizza oven which was producing smoke for hours, went to a heavily fogged venue at night. I don’t smoke, I drink occasionally (3drinks/week)and vape cannabis through a pen occasionally. I woke up the next day on April 28th with the numbness from the bottom of my eye to the right side of my lips (exactly like a dentist froze it) The pressure causing intermittent shooting pains and even more discomfort especially at night.
It’s June 5th now, the numbness has gotten very slightly better, but has never subsided, I haven’t had any alcohol, lessened sugar and caffeine intake. I drink lots of water per day, I am on my 2nd round of antibiotics (1st clarithromycin 8 days, now day 9 of 20 of amoxicillin/clav). For 4 weeks I’ve been doing saline (sinus flo) rinses twice a day. I started by getting nothing through to my left side (was completely blocked for 2weeks), 2 weeks ago I started getting a teaspoon size of dark brown snot, once per saline rinse coming out of left nostril while rinsing the right. Discharge has now started to slow down. For last two weeks I’ve been prescribed 0.25ml of budesonide adding to my saline rinse, and I also add a half teaspoon of Manuka honey 800 MGO. I also do two sprays / twice per day of cortico steroid Avamys after the saline rinse.
I’ve been taking bromelaine and turmeric supplements, sinupret and echinacea. Thanks to this thread, started taking muscinex 2 days ago
I’ve noticed spurts of pain behind my right eye some nights and that the right side of my face still appears swollen, also my right eye is drifting upwards (hopefully just a temporary Strabismus?) puffy top of my eyelid, tear duct has been constantly dripping a tear or so per hour every day.
I don’t see much info about eyes becoming unaligned as a result of Chronic Sinusitis. Wondering if there could be a potential separate cause for the strabismus or if it’s a result of inflammation and the eye will return once infection is cleared. Anybody have any experience with this?
After a month and a half wait time in Vancouver BC, I have my first ENT appointment coming up in 10 days, I’m hoping to get a CT scan soon after that. (X-ray’s showed maxillary sinusitis and my right side septum appears smaller then left. Findings noted I had a 13mm benign calcification in left frontal sinus)
I have been referred to an Ophthalmologist, will be early July. Optometrist said the back of the eye looked healthy, but that the strabismus might be cause for concern, wouldn’t want optical nerve to become affected. if I experience double vision or sustain pain to get it checked out at a hospital. In the meantime, trying to rest, steam, go to acupuncture 1/week. Hoping to be referred to an Allergist to help figure out any causes.
Thanks for any other remedy recommendations or what to look out for during my ENT appointment! 👃🏻
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2023.06.05 23:11 Cheesedoodle1986 Asking for Maternity Leave Extension

I switched companies 9 months ago and am due in November with baby #2. Found out today this job only has 12 weeks of maternity leave Vs the 16 I had at my previous job.
HR says I can request an extension (which ironically will be paid based on where I live in CT.) I just have to have my boss approve it. She’s a former pediatric nurse so I’m hoping she will say yes. Anyone have luck with asking for a maternity leave extension and it being granted? I have a solid plan in place for coverage while I’m out.
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2023.06.05 18:55 Moldy_Fridge_32920 So she took L to the dentist (allegedly) but didn't research pediatric dentists in her area that have experience with ND kids prior to making an appointment with any random dentist? She's so stupid.

So she took L to the dentist (allegedly) but didn't research pediatric dentists in her area that have experience with ND kids prior to making an appointment with any random dentist? She's so stupid. submitted by Moldy_Fridge_32920 to fellowshipofthebib [link] [comments]

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