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Dental Implant in Denton, TX

If you have lost or missing teeth, you may wish to consider dental implants from Lillian Miller Dental. At our Denton, TX office, we offer implant dentistry services designed to restore your teeth and maintain the structural integrity of your mouth.

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Whether your missing tooth is the result of periodontitis, tooth decay or an injury, Lillian Miller Dental can help restore your smile with a beautiful new dental implant that looks and functions just like a real tooth. Significantly stronger than bridges or dentures, dental implants offers a single and permanent solution to lost teeth. And when you come to Lillian Miller Dental, you’ll be treated with the nurturing care and professionalism that embodies our practice.

Have questions? Just call today to schedule a consultation. We’ll walk you through the implant process and address any questions or concerns you might have. A new and improved smile can be yours thanks to our dental implants, so contact us right away.

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Comments on Girlfriend’s Guide to Health: All My Shots


Perhaps I am grasping dramatic this week dear cybersisters, but I am currently fully vaccinated. Yes my girlfriends, it’s flu season and as a healthcare provider I do like to give my immune system every added advantage possible.

And so last week, I rolled up my sleeve and took one for the herd. Currently no significant side effects. Perhaps a little sore throat, but that could be from spending a week talking my ass off and hoping the world might listen. Other than that, my arm hurts. To be more specific, medically speaking, my left deltoid is tender.

I should state my bias (what has ever stopped me before?) in that I am a fan of vaccinations. As someone who has spent the last few decades surrounded by diseases I have always thought that preventing them was a rather happy concept.

Times were different when I was a kid. My parents were the polio generation. They had all too vivid memories of a school friend or neighbour who wound up contracting the illness. My parents came of age when Jonas Salk revolutionized the way we look at diseases.

Infections were no longer messes to clean up after. No longer did we hope and pray…. We vaccinated.

Then came Jenny McCarthy and her brilliance/bullshit and the waters were muddied once more. Make no mistake- I welcome the dialogue. I think it’s important that people know risks and benefits when it comes to diseases… but really- should Jenny McCarthy really be the voice of reason?

But I digress….

When I was a kid- you vaccinated your kids. Measles, Mumps, Rubella? You got your shot. Hell my pediatrician had to chase me under the table at his office just to give me the damn thing. Sure, I screamed like a girl. I kicked and even had a tantrum (yes, girlfriends… a true feet stomping tantrum). But I got my shot. I of course got to go out for ice cream afterward as well as payment for my shot. Incidentally, I really thank my mother for encouraging this aspect of my emotional eating and teaching me that yes, blue licorice ice cream really can dull any pain.

When I was a kid- we did not have the vaccine for Chicken Pox and as such- my mother did the next best thing. Any time she heard that a neighbour’s kid had contracted the disease- she sent us over to play with them. This was my mother’s way of ensuring we’d get exposure to the virus at a young enough age so as to protect us when we were older. You see perhaps my mother knew that chicken pox in kids is a rather benign nuisance of an illness (in the majority of cases) compared to contracting the virus as an adult when the disease can be quite severe.

This is of course only a generalization and in fact chicken pox can be a severe illness in kids- but hey- it was the seventies- parents dressed their kids in courdoroy and poleyester. They left their kids with the 14 year old neighbour as a babysitter. There were some numbers on the kitchen table and 10 dollars for pizza. Parents in the 70’s fed their kids formula you bought at the grocery store and said things like “I’ll give you something to cry about”. They really were doing their best before the Baby Bjorn generation came about and told them how shitty their parenting skills were.

And so decades later- here I am relatively unscathed. I have grown up to be a rather well adjusted adult. Should you have a different opinion on this… please feel free to post your comments and I will promptly delete them.

I will however state it plain…. I’m all for vaccinations. If there is a shot that prevents small pox (and there is) BRING IT ON. I can’t help but think that if only we had a vaccine to prevent the big guns like cancer, heart disease, bad manners and unwanted facial hair?

When it comes to the flu- it turns out that it really is a big deal. It’s estimated that 30,000 Canadians die each year as a result of Influenza. The first influenza epidemic occurred in 1580. Since then scientists have been working their asses off to figure out what caused it. In 1930 it was discovered that influenza was caused by a virus in the ORTHOMYXOVIRIDAE family.

In 1931 Ernest Goodpasture and his colleagues at Vanderbilt University grew the first influenza viral culture in embryonated hens’ eggs. This work lead to the development of the first flu vaccine in the late 1930’s. In 1940 the US military approved their use and they were used in the WWII.

Today’s vaccines are dramatically safer and more refined than those used 50 years ago. In February of every year, Public Health authorities, epidemiologists and molecular virologist look at the three most common Influenza strains from the preceding year. They make their recommendations according to which viruses were most common in their country. In Canada, we rely on Health Canada and the CDC in the U.S.A for these recommendations. These viruses are then ennoculated and grown in fertilized chicken eggs.

The 2011 Influenza vaccine also contains the H1N1 vaccine in addition to the three most common influenza strains from last year.

As of 2009, there were 70 clinical trials on the use of the influenza vaccine.
Realize that most of this science is targeted at the elderly who are in fact at highest risk of dying from the flu.

According to a 2006 Cochrane review, in a non-pandemic year, a person in the United States aged 50–64 is nearly ten times more likely to die an influenza-associated death than a younger person.

A person over age 65 is over ten times more likely to die an influenza-associated death than the 50–64 age group. Vaccination of those over age 65 reduces influenza-associated death by about 50%

However, it is unlikely that the vaccine completely explains the results since you could make the argument that elderly people who get vaccinated are probably more healthy and health-conscious than those who do not.
That being said- nothing is perfect- Just ask my eye concealer. Things let you down all the time.

We do our best in life dear girlfriends. I am still under 65 year old… tick tock. But I do care for those most vulnerable to the influenza virus and let’s be frank- I have to take an ativan just to have my hair done…. Three days in bed with the flu would pretty much kill my spirit more than anything.

So…. Here I am… fully inoculated while my immune system is as busy as the shoe department at Barney’s.

Nothing in life is guaranteed my dear cybersisters… but just as I do with my Visa card limit and the upcoming spring lines…. I try my best to hope for the best and sometimes just BELIEVE.

Denton, TX Teeth Extraction | Lillian Miller Dental

Teeth Extraction

At Lillian Miller Dental, we always make every attempt to treat your teeth and remedy any dental malady. Unfortunately, in some cases damage to teeth is in so advanced a stage that is may be necessary to extract the tooth in order to maintain dental health.

If a tooth is broken, cracked or extensively decayed it may be necessary to remove it. Likewise, a tooth that is associated with advanced stages of periodontal disease should be removed, as well as teeth that are poorly positioned or non-functional.

Whatever the cause, you can rest assured that Lillian Miller Dental will carefully explore and inform you to any other options before making the decision to remove a tooth. Should tooth extraction become necessary, you are assured the nurturing care that comes with any Lillian Miller Dental procedure. We understand that the process of having a tooth extracted can be daunting and make every attempt to keep you comfortable throughout the procedure.

April 2015 – Depressed? Adopt a Cat

When it comes to life-threatening conditions, every second counts. Knowing the symptoms of a deadly condition such as a stroke or heart attack could therefore give you just enough time to call for medical assistance before it’s too late. Acting fast could save your life or the life of a loved one, so it helps to have a ” handy at all times.

Each year, thousands of Americans succumb to heart attacks, many of which are fatal. This article will look at common signs of heart attacks, so as to increase the chances of lessening heart damage and saving your life.

Who is at risk?

During a heart attack, blood clots block artery pathways in the heart, leading to interrupted blood flow to this vital organ – and eventual irreparable damage. As more time lapses without treatment, heart damage increases.

People with factors such as a family history of heart disease, smokers, physically inactive or obese individuals, people with high blood pressure, diabetic individuals and the elderly are generally more prone to heart attacks, and should thus be constantly monitored and have a medical answering service who can dispatch emergency treatment to their homes.

If given shortly after symptoms begin, artery-opening drugs such as angioplasty can stop a heart attack. To work effectively, these drugs must be administered within hours of the attack to aid the chances of a full recovery.

Symptoms and warning signs of a heart attack

Chest discomfort – Most victims experience sustained, crushing pressure to the chest as the earliest warning sign of a heart attack. This uncomfortable pressure may last for minutes at a time, before disappearing for a short while and appearing again. This chest pain may resonate to other areas such as the arms and shoulders, stomach, neck, jaw and back. In some women, chest discomfort may not occur at all, but rather extreme exhaustion, nausea or indigestion.

Shortness of breath– Another common symptom of a heart attract is unexplained shortness of breath, often accompanied by chest pain. Sometimes, the breathing difficulty actually precedes chest discomfort.  Other symptoms that may accompany the shortness of breath include cold sweats, nausea or vomiting, fatigue, nausea or indigestion.

Fast action by you or someone close to you can be the difference between life and death. Getting medical evaluation and treatment – regardless of your symptoms being minor – is the best thing you can do for your health. Instead of taking a wait-and-see approach until the symptoms get really serious, call in for medical help immediately if you experience any of the warning signs of a heart attack.

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The sight of a blossom tree stirs a wave of senses within me reminiscence of my childhood. We had one next to our property that I always noticed. The aroma of the blossom would fill my senses as a child. I would admire the tree, amazed by its textures…

  Having been born in New Zealand with its rich indigenous culture and traditional values, I have always been fascinated by history and other cultures. Here in Australia, I’m particularly interested in the fact that Aborigines have a special relationship

The shifting earth summons the rising sun. The trees know her language well for they are deeply rooted beneath her skin.  Like the ocean’s consciousness is one with the world. We have forgotten that without the Earth’s divine guidance we have

On the shoreline lies the thoughts of yesterday. Drifting in and out until the waves of today wash over and all is cleansed. Allowing the mind to come to rest, in the ebb of today. Splish, splash the young boy

A chemical found in plastics used for everything from water bottles to dental fillings poses a serious health risk, environmentalists and researchers say, although the jury has yet to deliver a final verdict. Bisphenol A (BPA) is added to hard,

I adore frangipanis – however, the flower I truly resonate with is the white rose. The spiral unfolding of white rose petals represents for me the lessons we encounter in life, each one revealing more of our essential nature. I’m

What is Antibiotic Resistance?

What is Antibiotic Resistance?

Antibiotics are one of the greatest discoveries of the 20th century.
They have defeated many disease-causing bacteria, saved many lives,
and eased serious side effects of many diseases and infections.

Antibiotics are only effective for treating infections caused
by bacteria
, however. For viral infections, antibiotics have
no effect. If a person takes an antibiotic to treat a viral infection,
it will not help, and it may harm, since it can lead to building up
resistance.

As well, over the past fifty years of widespread antibiotic use, many
of these drugs have lost their power to treat infections as they once
did
. Because of improper use of antibiotics, some bacteria
have changed and outsmarted these drugs. Bacteria that can survive these
powerful drugs have been given a chance to thrive and take over from
bacteria that can be killed by the drugs. This is called antibiotic
resistance.

Antibiotic resistance makes it more difficult to get rid of infections
in the body and increases the risk of getting infections in the hospital.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria make it difficult, and sometimes impossible,
to treat serious infections.

Before the Hib vaccine was developed, 30% of Haemophilus influenzae
type b (Hib) bacteria, which used to be a common cause of meningitis
in young children, had become resistant to amoxicillin, a commonly used
antibiotic. Since the introduction of Hib vaccines, the number of infections
caused by drug-sensitive and drug-resistant bacteria has decreased by
more than 95% in infants and children. So one possible solution, at
least for some bacteria, is vaccination. Vaccines can give your
child immunity against bacteria that have become resistant to antibiotics
that are used to treat them.

There are other benefits to vaccination. For example,
there is a vaccine against chickenpox (varicella) virus that indirectly
works against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Children who get chickenpox
may develop skin infections with bacteria called Staphylococcus aureus
or group A streptococci, which may invade the blood stream. So, the
varicella vaccine protects children not only against chickenpox, but
also against infections caused by these bacteria, including those that
are resistant to antibiotics.

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Accurate and timely documentation of medical
services and maintaining security of the patient’s protected health
information are crucial to the success of any modern healthcare
entity.

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996,
mandates confidentiality of patient related information. The quality
of documentation of services to support insurance claims have a
direct effect on the service provider’s reimbursement capabilities.
Shortage of qualified medical transcriptionists, medical billers
and coders, can hinder the physician’s ability to provide
quality medical documentation, resulting in reduced reimbursements.
Outsourcing medical transcription services has proven to be successful.