1.Emergency Tooth Doctor West
14665 SW Millikan Way
DentistsClinicsEmergency Care FacilitiesDental Clinics
I am an extern here at emergency tooth doctor and i have learned alot from Dr. Pham and his staff they have challenged me here everyday to make sure i know exactly what im doing wit each and every pat
2.Mark D Alder DMD
5050 SW Griffith Dr
Dr Mark and his wonderful staff are some fantastic people! I have never, ever felt scared or nervous to go in and visit. He is gentle as are all the staff. The office manager, Francis, could not be
3.The Lasik Vision Institute, LLC
5 Centerpointe Dr Ste 100
Optometrists-OD-Pediatric OptometryClinicsOptometristsLaser Vision Correction
Contact The Lasik Vision Institute for a free evaluation to learn why so many people are choosing to get Lasik at LVI. In just minutes, the highly experienced independent Lasik eye surgeons use the la
4.TLC Laser Eye Centers
7110 SW Hazelfern Rd
Optometrists-OD-Pediatric OptometryClinicsOptometry Equipment & SuppliesMedical Equipment & Supplies
TLC is North America's largest LASIK provider, having performed more than 2.2 million laser eye surgery procedures since our founding nearly 20 years ago. We are a longstanding leader in LASIK technol
8907 N Lombard St
ClinicsDentistsDental ClinicsCosmetic Dentistry
Very nice, friendly and personable staff. They make everything seem easy
6.Klein Dermatology & Associates
5200 Meadows Rd Suite 250
ClinicsCosmetic ServicesHealth & Welfare ClinicsDay Spas
Dr. Klein is an amazing doctor. I ask her questions about all sorts of things, she is very intelligent and knowledgeable. She makes me laugh too. Her office staff are friendly and efficient. I rec
7.Cornell Dental- Brian J Kovanda DMD
5880 NE Cornell Rd Ste A
Dental ClinicsOral & Maxillofacial SurgeryOrthodontistsPhysicians & Surgeons, Oral Surgery
Cornell Dental has been serving the Greater Hillsboro and Beaverton, Oregon areas in providing dental care for all family members. From simple checkups and maintenance to more advance treatments. We a
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- Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
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- Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
- Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
- Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.