Dr. Shawn Schlessel recently joined The Center for Advanced Dentistry in Beachwood to work alongside mentor and friend Dr. Benjamin Hornstein.
Imagine eating a particularly hard piece of candy or a raw carrot. You bite down and feel a sudden jolt of pain accompanied by a cracking noise. In this situation, your fears are realized: you’ve broken a tooth.
With Halloween and the holiday season approaching, children will receive many sweet and sticky treats. While exciting, it can spell bad news for their teeth and overall oral health.
Starting his professional journey at Emory University in Atlanta, Dr. Jordan Roth went on to dental school at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry in Columbus and held a residency at Columbia University’s College of Dental Medicine in New York City. After being away, Roth decided i…
Growing up, Dr. Danielle Richman was always intrigued by science and medicine. She knew she wanted to work in the health care profession, but wasn’t sure if that would be in a hospital. Weighing her options, her interest in art led to dentistry as the place to apply her talents.
Technology developed by researchers in Israel and the United States to filter particles from the air is being commercialized for filtration systems that filter out airborne COVID-19 particles.
Men who had moderate or serious COVID-19 infections could find their fertility impaired for an unknown amount of time, said Israeli physician Dr. Dan Aderka.
As mask-wearing and social distancing helps reduce the spread of COVID-19, communicating with others can prove difficult without modifications, especially when living with hearing loss.
The ears aren’t just used for hearing, though it’s the function immediately thought of when considering the organ. Connected to the same system as the nose and throat, if something is wrong with the ears, the health of other bodily functions and organs should be considered.
After budgeting and planning to comfortably retire, you’re finally ready to clean out your office or take off the work boots and enjoy your golden years. But what happens if you or your spouse gets sick or ends up being diagnosed with a chronic and expensive medical condition?
It would be nice if COVID-19 disappeared before the flu and cold season hit us. Unfortunately, all three virus-caused conditions will likely be with us at once.
Keeping a careful eye on weather systems can help public-health officials predict influenza outbreaks weeks, months and even years ahead.
On Oct. 1, the last of five COVID-19 intensive care patients who received the experimental drug Allocetra was discharged from Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem.