Thanks to the latest in cosmetic dentistry techniques, you can now choose and create your perfect smile alongside the expert advice of your cosmetic dentist. Here, we talk to one of specialists Mr Raul Costa on how this can be achieved, so that you are left confident with your smile.
Vaginal atrophy often happens after the menopause. It can also happen to women who breastfeed, take breast cancer medications or have recurrence risk-reducing intervention such as the removal of both ovaries. Symptoms of vaginal atrophy include dryness and thinning of the vaginal skin Over the past ten years, a new treatment has been developed and is now used by leading consultant gynaecologists worldwide. Mr Mahantesh, a top consultant gynaecologist based in London, spoke with us and shared with us some ways it can be treated.
Have certain situations ever made you feel "sick to your stomach"? How often have you felt "butterflies" or decided to just "go with your gut"? These expressions exist for a reason; they reflect an important connection between our brain and gut, highlighting how sensitive our digestive system is to our emotions such as anxiety, stress and even depression. Professor Owen Epstein, a pioneering professor of gastroenterology, explains more.
Post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome may appear suddenly as a bout of infection in the stomach and intestines, often as the result of bacteria such as Salmonella that causes food poisoning. Here, one of London's top gastroenterologists Dr Aathavan Loganayagam explains everything you need to know about the condition, including how long it lasts and how it can be treated.
ADHD can prove to be difficult for some in the workplace. Lars Davidsson, a consultant psychologist who helps adults with ADHD tells us what it's like to work with this condition, offers some tips for managing the symptoms and details the various treatments available.
For some people who experience squiggly lines and shapes that look like cobwebs in their eyesight, floaters can have a serious impact on a patient's vision and quality of life. Here, one of our top ophthalmologists Mr Vaughan Tanner explains the minimally-invasive, pain-free procedure to treat the condition.
The thought of undergoing lens replacement surgery can be daunting for many. However, replacing a lens due to cataracts or the desire to improve vision is one of the most common and safe procedures in the world. Mr Sharma shares his expert knowledge and clarifies the procedure, its efficacy, your expected recovery and the potential side effects.
Hysteroscopy is an extremely effective procedure that is carried out using a hysteroscope, a thin, lighted tube featuring a camera. It is often ideal if you're experiencing abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain or fibroids in the womb. We spoke with Mr Sandeep Sharma, a top gynaecologist to discuss more details, what happens during the procedure, some of its risks and if there are any alternatives available.
If a person is morbidly obese, there are many health complications that can co-exist with their excessive weight, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and degenerative joint disease. Here, one of our expert bariatric surgeons Mr Sanjay Agrawal explains how weight loss surgery can reduce the burden of obesity-related comorbidities.