The Most Effective Sleep Apnea Treatments

The most effective treatment for sleep apnea depends on the degree of sleep apnea. If you have slight or moderate sleep apnea, a device that you place in your mouth, manufactured by a dentist after you’ve visited the dentist or…
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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a disruption in your breathing cycle while you are sleeping and could be fatal. A dentist can help by providing an oral appliance to wear at night to help open the airway to allow for normal breathing.…
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Root Canals: Myth Vs. Reality

Getting root canal therapy is a very simple procedure, unlike years ago where we didn’t give adequate anesthesia and we didn’t take the time to educate the patient. There is an inherent fear with root canals. I always get this…
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Root Canals

Root canals are sometimes necessary but today they can be done quickly and with very little discomfort due to modern technology and advances in the dental field. What are some warning signs and some reasons that someone might need a…
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Important Ways Diet Affects Our Oral Health

The most important way that diet affects your oral health is that the vitamins and minerals that a good diet provides nourish your teeth and your gums. Ingesting good foods in balance provides you with all these nutrients to keep…
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Diet and Oral Health

Your diet directly affects your oral health. Eating foods rich in calcium, iron and B vitamins will help your teeth stay strong and keep your gums healthy. Avoiding sticky, sugary foods, sports drinks and soda are all easy ways to…
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5 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Smile for Life

Follow these 5 rules to maintain a healthy smile for life: Visit your dentist twice a year. Brush and floss daily. Don’t go to bed without brushing your teeth and use fluoride toothpaste. Eat a healthy diet. Include crunchy vegetables…
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Maintain a Healthy Smile for Life

Taking care of your teeth now can ensure that you have a health smile for life. Visiting the dentist on a regular basis to get your teeth and gums examined is a critical step in identifying and preventing any potential issues. Prevention…
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Restoring Teeth After Accidents

A lot of the trauma that we see in the office with adults is caused by auto accidents. Most of the trauma injuries we see with children are caused by bike accidents. The trauma usually involves chipped, broken, or avulsed…
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Tooth Trauma

There are many forms of tooth trauma including knocked-out teeth, chipped teeth and teeth that have been pushed up into the gums. Learn what to do in a dental emergency and the different methods used to repair the teeth. What is the…
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