This is a case of a Genioplasty gone wrong made alright. One female patient from Hyderabad had come to us after her initial Genioplasty Surgery gone wrong done elsewhere in Hyderabad. Her chin surgery was basically performed for cosmetic reasons. But as fate would have [ + ]
What is a biopsy?
Sample of tissue taken from the site of abnormality or suspicion for further investigation or microscopic examination. The biopsy is done for the purpose of proper diagnosis.
Uncertain diagnosis with clinical examination
Painless hard swellings
Tumors that gradually increase in size.
Several types [ + ]
Ear piercing is an age-old tradition. Earrings are worn both by women and men.
Ear piercing is safe, performed under professionals with proper aseptic and sterile conditions to avoid infections and promotes rapid healing. Wearing earrings of quality metal is good to prevent infections on later [ + ]
Salivary mucocele is a type of mucous cyst that is small fluid-filled sac and it develops in the mouth. They often appear on the lips or the floor of the mouth. These are formed from the minor salivary glands that appear in the mouth.
How does [ + ]
Professor Dr. Sunil Richardson is a visiting Professor to the Stanford Plastic Surgery, Stanford University, California, USA.
He has also conducted the grand rounds in Yale University, USA as well to the plastic surgery department in 2014.
Currently, runs Richardsons Dental and Craniofacial Hospital in South India [ + ]
Ear lobes are made of skin and fatty tissue and are quite strong, flexible but not as taut as the rest of the cartilage-based ear.
Now earrings or ear accessories are very commonly used by most women. Use of heavy earrings, however, may sag the lobule, [ + ]
The history of oral and maxillofacial surgery dates back to 500BC. Even the famous ancient physician Hippocrates described the treatment for a dislocated mandible in his works. The 1800’s saw the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery getting established as a field specializing in the [ + ]
What is tongue tie?
In its literal sense, tongue tie or ankyloglossia is a congenital condition where the tip of the tongue or the base of it is attached to the floor of the mouth or back of the gums of lower teeth.
Often one can [ + ]
We all have heard of kidney stones. But salivary stone?! Not heard of it?
What is a sialolith ?
Sialolithiasis is a condition that causes stones to develop in the channels that pass saliva, also known as the salivary ducts. Salivary stones are small deposits of calcium [ + ]
“It’s hard to build but easy to destroy”. Such is the case with road traffic accidents which result in fractures of the face most often, fracturing the jaw bones and damaging associated structures. One cannot go back to their regular food habits if the fractured [ + ]