At Top Doctors, we like to take the opportunity to ask our experts your burning questions. Here, we ask leading dentist Mr Ali Abdellatif to explain the causes of bad breath, how our overall health affects our gums and teeth, and why we should avoid cosmetic dentistry.
What exactly is hip impingement and is it serious? Mr Rishi Chana, a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon based in London, explains what this condition is and how it can be treated to avoid it developing into worse conditions.
A prostate biopsy is used to remove tissue samples from the prostate gland so that they can be examined for ruling in or out prostate cancer. We've asked one of our top urologists Mr Simon Brewster what happens before the biopsy and what occurs on the day.
Why does my bum get itchy and painful when I have diarrhoea? Mr Jason Smith explains what causes this irritating and quite often embarrassing problem and the ways we can prevent it from happening in the future.
Craniosynostosis affects the shape and size of your baby's head. The earlier its detected, the higher the chance of preventing the problems associated with this condition such as raised pressure in the head. Fortunately, treatment is available. In this article, Dr Juling Ong explains all about detecting and surgically treating craniosynostosis.
A common cause of hip problems in those who are sporty is hip impingement and it can affect adolescents and young adults. Here, one of our top orthopaedic surgeons Mr Dean Michael explains the different types and what causes them.
Parkinson's disease has some easy to spot symptoms such as tremors and balance issues, but what are the more subtle signs that are harder to notice? Dr Prashanth Reddy explains all about the symptoms and testing involved in the diagnosis of Parkinson's in this article.
There may be warning signs in your day-to-day life which indicate the onset of carpal tunnel syndrome. Mr James Nicholl explains the various tests he commonly performs and which treatments are available for this condition.
Patients with diverticular disease experience sacs along the large intestine and when these become inflamed or infected, the condition is recognised as diverticulitis. Mr Savvas Papagrigoriadis, a leading expert in diverticular disease, answers common questions about diverticular disease.
Are you wondering whether your child is growing as fast as they should be? Leading endocrinologist Dr Helen Spoudeas explains how to work out your child’s “target height” and how to use this to figure out if your child’s growth is normal.