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First step of becoming an ENT specialist
By Ieva Grinberga - 09.24.2016 - 1

Have you ever considered otorhinolaryngology as your future specialty after medical school? Otolaryngologists are physicians trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat (ENT), and related structures of the head and ...

The mirror of our soul
By Ieva Grinberga - 09.17.2016 - 0

Paulo Coelho once said "The eyes are the mirror of the soul and reflect everything that seems to be hidden; and like a mirror, they also reflect the person looking into them". Some say that you can kill someone by just one look. And some research shows that an intense eye contact can even make ...

Famous by moving just one muscle
By Ieva Grinberga - 08.25.2016 - 1

Elvis Aaron Presley was an American musician and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as “the King of Rock and Roll”, or simply, "the King". But we can all agree that music and acting wasn’t the only memorable ...

How strong is our bite?
By Ieva Grinberga - 08.12.2016 - 1

Mandible or lower jaw, in the human, is the largest, strongest and lowest bone in the face. It is also the only mobile bone in facial skeleton and it forms the lower jaw and holds lower teeth in place. Mandible is actually composed of two parts- the hemimandibles that are ...

How does child- parent relationship affect our teeth?
By Ieva Grinberga - 08.01.2016 - 0

Thumbsucking is a natural reflex for infants and young children. Babies use thumbsucking as a way of relaxation, calming themselves and exploring the world. However, after the permanent teeth come out, thumbsucking can cause problems with the alignment of the teeth and proper growth of the mouth. ...

When defect becomes an effect - the secret of cheek dimples unveiled
By Reinis Jansons - 07.27.2016 - 1

Cheek dimples are sometimes considered as a morphological symbol of attractiveness,  cuteness and eternal youth. In 1936 Isabella Gilbert even designed a tool for artificially creating them. Why do some people have them and some do not? Unfortunately, there is no straightforward answer to ...

By Uldis Zarins - 07.18.2016 - 2

AU-6 (Cheek Raiser) - operated by Orbital part of Orbicularis Oculi muscle (green color) AU-12 (Lip Corner Puller)- operated by Zygomaticus major muscle (turquoise color)   On right side of the face: Malar fat pad pushing up.    Right below it: Deep ...

By Ieva Grinberga - 07.07.2016 - 2

As we get older we start to notice some changes in our appearance specifically – the face. A normal part of ageing is getting wrinkles. Wrinkles are an inevitable part of the natural aging process; however, some people are not pleased by the fact that others can guess their age just by ...

Back to basics
By Ieva Grinberga - 06.30.2016 - 0

Skull is one of man's oldest and most powerful symbols. It has a long and varied history of use with multiple overlapping interpretations. Most commonly it is seen as a representation of death and mortality. But is it really that misterious or is it just a part of the human body? To talk about ...

By Ieva Grinberga - 06.13.2016 - 0

It is not always clear why some facial features are preferred over others, and it is not always clear why some of them are considered "more attractive" than others. High cheekbones, forming a symmetrical face shape is a beauty trait that is considered desirable in many sculptures and art forms ...