Ahhhhh! There's nothing like the advent of Spring to shake off the wintertime blues. Especially here in the Pacific Northwest where winter can shroud us in a veil of rain and clouds for what seems like an eternity. But with its intoxicating fragrance and verdant glow, Spring can also pose some pretty significant dangers... Read More
There are numerous claims, online and in print, about over-the-counter supplements and their ability to heal many things from diabetes to the common cold. Natural supplements can certainly have their appeal as a mode of treatment, especially if they are a less expensive and less invasive option. The popularity of... Read More
Dr. Aguila will be discussing head and neck cases with surgical implications which might include topics such as sialocele, mandibular or maxillary fractures, upper respiratory surgeries (brachycephalic airway syndrome and laryngeal paralysis, for example), and any number of neoplastic diseases, involving the structures in... Read More
The Use of CT Scans and 3D Printing To Plan for Challenging Cranio-Facial Surgeries.
We recently saw a few interesting cases that required very special diagnostic and surgical considerations. In these cases, our surgeons implemented CT scans and or a combination of CT scans and 3D printing of the scans to come up with... Read More
The holidays are a time to make new memories with friends and family – preferably ones that don’t include hours spent in an emergency hospital worrying about your furry family member. With all the merriment and busyness of the holidays, we need to be extra cautious to keep our pets safe. Here are some of the common... Read More