There are many ways that untreated sleep apnea can damage your health, but can it be fatal? Read our blog post for some answers.
Sleep apnea isn’t something that should be ignored. This sleep disorder can lead to long-term negative consequences for someone’s health. Read our blog post for a look at the different ways to treat sleep apnea.
Your TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the hinge that lets you open and close your mouth. You have one on each side. Like with all joints and muscles, sometimes things can go wrong with the TMJ. Check out our blog post for a look at the most common TMJ disorder symptoms.
The word “apnea” is defined as a temporary cessation of breathing. Sleep apnea means that breathing stops temporarily during sleep. Read our blog post for a look at the common symptoms of sleep apnea.
Your tooth’s enamel is the key to its health. That’s because the enamel is the outermost, protective layer of your teeth. It is the first defense against cavities and tooth decay. Our enamel erodes over time because of wear and tear, but can modern medicine replace it? Check out our blog post for some key information on a fascinating substance that keeps you smiling.
Unfortunately, there are a number of foods that are terrible for your teeth. But it’s important that you know about them so you can steer clear. Check out our blog post where we discuss some of the worst foods for your teeth.
Most of us know that certain foods, like those high in sugar, can be damaging to your oral health. However, there are many foods that can help clean teeth and even remove plaque! Read our blog post for information on foods that can remove plaque from teeth.
Do you buy organic produce? Have you considered using organic toothpaste? Read our blog post to decide if this product is for you. We explain how conventional toothpaste keeps your smile healthy and how organic toothpaste compares. Contact us for more oral care tips!
When you visit the dentist, it’s common to have a set of X-rays taken. But you might wonder if having X-rays taken of your mouth is safe due to the radiation. Read our blog post to learn about X-rays. They are indeed safe and provide our team with valuable diagnostic information to plan your personal treatment. Call us today for more oral health facts!
An estimated 64.7 million Americans have some type of mild, moderate, or severe gum disease. With the prevalence of gum disease you may wonder, what is the main cause and how can you prevent it? Poor oral hygiene habits – including not flossing; not brushing regularly, especially before bed; and… Read More…