Why Is The Removal Of Adenoids Extremely Important?

Posted 27.02.2018 by Admin

Adenoids are a lymphatic tissue at the top of the throat, lying at the back of the nose, and extremely responsive to infections. In viral conditions, tonsils and adenoids expand to combat the infection. It grows with age and develops to their maximum size within 5-7 years. Body finds other ways to combat infection, as […]

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Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder

Is Your Kid Suffering From Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder?

Posted 22.02.2018 by Admin

Over the years, orthodontists and dentists have been making the use of braces to straighten misalignment of teeth. However, few things that are left untreated include swallowing patterns and oral posture. It can ultimately lead to TMJ or sleep-breathing disorders. You may even need braces as an adult. One should have a sound knowledge about […]

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Precautions To Take When Your Child Has Laryngomalacia

Posted 12.02.2018 by Admin

Laryngomalacia is a condition when the tissues of the larynx or voice box softens over time. This is usually associated with noisy breathing in infants. Your child may need a medical assessment in some cases, while you can also help the physician control the situation better by taking a few precautionary steps. Look For Variation […]

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What You Need To Know About Cholesteatoma

Posted 04.02.2018 by Admin

A cholesteatoma is an abnormal condition, in which non-cancerous skin develops behind the eardrum, in the middle section of the ear. Although it is caused by repeated infections, it can also be a birth defect. With the accumulation of dead skin cells, the growth in size can disrupt the middle ear bones.  This may result […]

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speech disorder

How To Communicate Effectively With Children Suffering From Speech Disorder

Posted 30.01.2018 by Admin

Speech and language disorder in children can lead to physical impairments, learning disability, brain injury, neurological disorders and hearing loss. All this can effectively contribute to communication disorders in a child, which is a very common issue. A child may have greater expressive skills than receptive skills, or vice versa, but it’s not always the […]

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural Hearing Loss: What Is It?

Posted 21.01.2018 by Admin

Any sort of damage to the nerve of special sensory cells or lack of development in hair cells can lead to sensorineural hearing loss. A major portion of permanent loss in hearing is present at birth, and half of the cases are primarily due to genetics. In case, each parent has one gene for normal […]

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