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When you've had a tooth removed (extracted), you need to take care of your mouth. Doing certain things, even on the first day, may help you feel better and heal faster. Read on to learn more.
Here is what to expect after your procedure. You'll work with a respiratory therapist while you're in the hospital.
Learn how to care for yourself when healing after thyroid surgery.
Your child has had surgery to remove tonsils or adenoids. Your child will need time to get better. Below are guidelines for your child's recovery.
A total hip replacement is major surgery, so don’t be surprised if it takes a few months before you feel really good.
By having a total hip replacement, you’re taking the first step to getting back to an active lifestyle.
Your child's hearing should improve once the tubes are in place. For best results, follow up as instructed by your child's surgeon. In some cases, ear problems may continue. But you can help prevent ear infections by using good ear care.
Take care after your TAVR procedure. These guidelines can help.
Detailed information on healthy considerations for air travel, including ways to prevent motion sickness and jet lag
Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder. It is passed down from one or both parents through their genes. Learn about the4 types of alpha thalassemia, symptoms, treatment options, and more.