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Dr. Kami Hoss

If Your Mouth Could Talk

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Grayscale dental images for the book "If Your Mouth Could Talk" by Dr. Kami Hoss, an orthodontist stressing the connection between oral health and whole-body health.

2022 Dr. Kami Hoss
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medical illustration of Illustration showcasing a skin wound therapy product created by a major medical science and device manufacturer. A section of skin shows the epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous fat, muscle tissue, and vessels involved. A sponge-like foam fits into the wound, and a dressing is applied to the surface. The vacuum device is attached, which helps clean the wound, treat it with antiseptic solutions, and heal it so that it's prepared for closure.
medical illustration of Vector illustration showing immunogene therapy. A tumor suppressor gene causes cancer cell death by using a lipid nanoparticle delivery platform.
medical illustration of Grayscale dental illustrations for the book
medical animation of Rhinoplasty procedure done to improve the structure of the nasal valve using parts of the nasal septum as grafts so as to relieve breathing difficulties and improve aesthetics.
medical illustration of Cover art showing catalytic converter structure and ion exchange.
medical illustration of Anterior view of the female body with various clickable regions delineated. For use in medical diagnostic app.
medical illustration of Various medical icons for web use. One shows a calendar indicating to schedule an appointment, a body with blowouts indicating location of disease activity, a pie chart with diverse people indicating 1/4 of the population, and a hand holding a pill with a heart above it, indicating pharmaceuticals to improve your health.
medical illustration of Illustration created for a medical-legal exhibit showing how a pelvic fracture resulted in chronic regional pain syndrome. A seemingly endless cycle is repeated as the injury brings on inflammation, which can cause dysfunction of peripheral nerves. Symptoms include pain, sensitivity, swelling, changes in skin color or texture, joint stiffness, muscle spasms, and impaired movement.
medical illustration of Frozen, scarred fascia is a root cause of pelvic floor dysfunction in women. Doing kegel exercises may not be effective in this case, but other holistic lifestyle changes can be.
medical animation of Educational animation showing the side effects of alcohol abuse
medical animation of Educational animation showing the steps involved in antibody production
medical animation of Educational animation showing the lumbar artery perforator (LAP) flap breast reconstruction procedure
medical animation of Educational animation showing balloon angioplasty procedure breaking up calcified plaque and improving blood flow
medical illustration of Cellular process involved in the destruction of a cancer cell by a natural killer cell
medical illustration of Comparing healthy and infected respiratory epithelium. Ciliated and goblet cells comprise the lining, and mucus is secreted. Healthy alveoli have surfactant, but little fluid, while infected alveoli show a lack of surfactant and excess fluid. Excessive mucus contains virions and cell debris.
medical illustration of Molecular cell cycle pathway involved in DNA damage and repair. Used to target various cancer genes in oncology treatments.
medical illustration of Patient ingesting CBD oil by placing drops under her tongue, where the CBD enters the bloodstream. The CBD is interacting with neuronal receptors. CBD is a cannabinoid found in the marijuana plant. Primary benefits of this alternative treatment include pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties.
medical illustration of Respiratory anatomy is made kid-friendly by showing the lungs and trachea inside a cartoony doll-like figure.
medical illustration of Human figure with bandage covering a skin injury on the knee. A close-up view of the textured, absorbent pad and the adhesive surface is shown, and flexibility of the product is highlighted.
medical illustration of Veterinary image showing the brain of a canine. Border collies are known to be one of the smarter breeds of dogs.
medical illustration of A proton pump inhibitor is a type of drug taken to treat or prevent various gastric conditions including heartburn, ulcers, and gastroesophageal disease (GERD). These drugs reduce the production of acid by binding to the gastric proton pumps within parietal cells, inhibiting their ability to secrete hydrochloric acid (HCl) into the stomach. Image shows a male figure with a pill in the stomach, and a zoom out of gastric tissue and a parietal cell.
medical illustration of Sound waves enter the microphone of a hearing aid where they are converted to electrical signals that then travel to the amplifier. The amplified sound travels down the tube, which is directed into the ear and held in place by an earmold.
medical illustration of Fractured wrist as a result of a fall off a skateboard. The radius bone has broken, but the ulna and carpals remain intact. Such orthopedic trauma will cause pain, swelling and bruising. An x-ray will assure the doctor of the diagnosis. Treatment involves immobilization with a cast. Sometimes surgery is needed.
medical illustration of Feedback loop of thryoid hormones including TRH released from the hypothalamus in the brain, TSH released by the pituitary gland, and TH (T3 and T4) released from the thyroid gland to the body. The level in the body is controlled by a positive and negative regulation mechanism. Thyroid hormone is necessary for healthy growth and development.
medical illustration of Stages of retrovirus replication. A retrovirus binds to a target or host cell and is internalized by fusion into the cytoplasm. DNA replication, transcription to RNA within the nucleus, and translation and protein synthesis are involved. A retroviral structure includes a membrane, viral enzymes, RNA with transgene, capsid, matrix, and envelope proteins.
medical illustration of Exocytosis in an animal cell. A vacoule fuses with the cell membrane, releasing it's molecular contents. The cell contains numerous organelles including the nucleus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, centrioles, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, and the cytoskeleton.
medical illustration of Cancer treatment involving antibody-drug conjugate which binds to the tumor cell and enters via endocytosis. The cytotoxic medication is released, which causes apoptosis (cell death) of the tumor cell.
medical illustration of Female silhouette highlighting the respiratory system anatomy, which includes the lungs, bronchi, trachea, larynx, pharynx, oral and nasal cavities.
medical illustration of When a pregnant woman has an amniotic fluid embolism during childbirth, cells from the fetus enter the bloodstream, and may cause complications like pulmonary edema, heart failure, clotting issues in the lungs and blood vessels, fetal distress, and bleeding from the uterus. There is a breakdown in the placenta during pregnancy, and the mother's immune system responds with an inflammatory reaction. Risk factors include preeclampsia, c-section delivery, and medically induced labor.
medical illustration of Woman's urinary (excretory) system, including kidneys, ureters, and bladder. E. coli bacteria is invading, causing a UTI, or urinary tract infection, a common condition treatable with antibiotics.
medical illustration of Male figure with brain, showing chemical neurotransmitters traveling across a synapse between two neurons, or nerve cells.It moves from an axon terminal across the synaptic cleft to a dendrite. Some examples of neurotransmitters include dopamine, epinephrine, serotonin, achetylcholine, and histamine. Neurologic diseases and disorders involving reuptake or reabsorption issues include Parkinson's disease, ADHD, and depression.
medical illustration of Cross section of a molar tooth showing the crown, enamel, dentin, pulp, root, gums, nerves, blood vessels, periodontal ligament, cementum, and bone. Good oral health includes regular brushing and flossing to avoid tooth decay, cavities, and periodontal disease (infection of the gums which results in soft tissue damage and bone loss.)
medical illustration of Cross section of skin showing the epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous fat, sweat gland, pores, arrector pili muscle, sebaceous gland, arteries, veins, sensory nerve receptors, hair.
medical illustration of Digestive anatomy is made kid-friendly by showing the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon inside a cartoony doll-like figure.
medical illustration of Clear, glass gender-neutral figure showing a catheter in place and yellow arrows indicating the path of contrast dye from the heart to the aorta and to the renal arteries in the kidneys. Coronary vessels are also highlighted. This procedure can be used for angiography, angioplasty, stent placement or tissue biopsy. It helps with diagnosis of heart conditions like atherosclerosis, cardiomyopathy, congenital heart disease, and heart failure.
medical illustration of Skeleton in bony environment showing osteoclasts (which absorb bone tissue) being attacked by zolendronic acid, a bisphosphonate intravenous drug used in the treatment of bone diseases like osteoporosis. Name brands of this drug include Reclast and Aclasta. White women are at higher risk of this disease, particularly after menopause due to decreased levels of estrogen.
medical illustration of Male figure including the liver, gallbladder, duodenum, and spleen, and highlighting the pancreas. The pancreas is sectioned to show the pancreatic ducts and vessels. A histological section is included to show the islets of Langerhans, the beta cells of which produce insulin, which is shown in molecular form. Insulin along with glucagon are hormones which regulate blood glucose levels. Insulin deficiency can result in diabetes. Hypoglycemia is an overproduction of insulin.
medical illustration of Close up section of a strand of hair, showing the cortex, medulla, and cuticle. A few drops of nourishing serum, containing healthy oils, help soften the cuticles. It provides smoothness, shine, and moisturizing protection from frizz.
medical illustration of A fetus with a heart monitor electrode attached to the scalp. The wire is inserted through the vagina, past the cervix and into the uterus. The heartbeat of the baby is heard on the monitor and is recorded on a printed chart. This is done to see if the stress of labor is affecting the baby's health and to check the uterine contractions.
medical illustration of Contact lens with saline solution splash forming droplets. Surrounded by a ribbon of blue fluid.
medical illustration of Surgical procedure of the foot and ankle region showing the Achilles tendon being sutured to the calcaneus bone of the heel.
medical illustration of 3D model of lungs, bronchi, bronchioles, trachea, and larynx surrounded by smoke. Emphasizes the dangers of smoking to respiratory health.
medical illustration of Surgical procedure showing aortic valve replacement using a Portico valve with a stent frame. Used in patients with aortic stenosis. A cross section of the heart is shown with a focus on the ascending aorta between the atria. A catheter is advanced into the left ventricle. The transcatheter heart valve is unsheathed and can be repositioned if necessary. This feature reduces the risk of embolization, coronary obstruction and atrioventricular block.
medical illustration of Allergic reaction stages of the skin condition known as atopic dermatitis. Once there is a skin barrier dysfunction, the immune system is activated and reacts by producing cytokines that lead to inflammation and itch. In the acute and chronic phases, there are notable changes in the cell structure of the epidermis.
medical illustration of The circulatory or cardiovascular system is composed of the heart, arteries, veins, arterioles, venules, and capillaries. Here it is shown inside a glass male figure standing in a neutral pose. Many branches of blood vessels are seen.
medical illustration of Elderly man with healthy food options including meat, cheese, snow peas, salmon, cereal, and milk. Vitamin supplements are an option, but nutrients are best received through a balanced diet with foods from all the food groups (dairy, fruits, vegetables, grains, and protein). A well balanced diet will keep organs such as the stomach (digestive system), kidneys (urinary system) and bones (skeletal system) healthy.
medical illustration of Hormonal contraception options include birth control pills (oral contraceptives, also known as
medical illustration of Depending on the severity, nasal obstruction in neonates and infants can lead to respiratory distress, feeding difficulties, obstructive apnea, and/or sleep interference. This sagittal section of a baby's head highlights nasal anatomy including the turbinates, alar rim, nasal valve, pyriform aperature, choana.
medical illustration of Diagram showing the synapse between two neurons (or nerve cells) during excitotoxicity. Excessive amounts of glutamate, a neurotransmitter, is being released from the axon terminal of the presynaptic neuron into the synaptic cleft. The receptors become overactivated, allowing high levels of calcium to enter the neuron, which activates enzymes to damage cell structures like the calcium pump. Excitotoxicity may be involved in CNS injuries and neurological diseases.
medical illustration of Balloon dilation and drainage of frontal sinus using XprESS device. The instrument is advanced through the nasal passages. This surgical procedure is performed on patients with sinusitis.

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We both have a passion for art and medicine, so finding the unique field of medical illustration has allowed us to approach our work with particular enthusiasm. Each of us has received our Master’s Degree in Biomedical Visualization. Sharon earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting, and Joel earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology. Articulate Graphics LLC has been providing high quality, informative 2D and 3D artwork since 1995. We pride ourselves on our promptness of delivery, our attention to detail, and a great reputation with our clients for being easy to work with and mindful of budgets. We aim to please. To produce our artwork, we primarily work digitally, using current versions of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Maxon Cinema4D, and Pixologic ZBrush.

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Animation, Airbrush, Black & White, Cartoon, Collage, Color, Information Graphics, Line with Color, 3D, Apps/Mobile, Models, Live Action Video

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Disease Management, Embryology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Genetics, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Reconstructive Surgery, Portraits, Reproductive Biology, Respiratory, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Veterinary Medicine, Virology, Injuries, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness, Pathology, Plastic Surgery