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.
When you drink something cold or hot, do you feel it in your teeth? Your teeth might also feel sensitive when you’re chewing or brushing. Sensitivity can be mild or actually feel like a sharp pain. Read our blog post to learn what tooth sensitivity means and what your should do about it.
Do earaches, severe jaw pain, headaches, and dizziness sound familiar? If so, you could have a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) condition. Read our blog post for a closer look at the causes and symptoms of TMJ, and what you can do to alleviate the pain.
Sleep apnea is a debilitating sleep disorder that can cause exhaustion, headaches, and lead to long-term health complications like stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, and more. Check out our blog post where we take a close look at obstructive sleep apnea along with a treatment option that we offer at our office.
Do you continually wake up feeling tired and worn down, or suffer from pounding migraines throughout the day? These are common symptoms of sleep apnea, a disorder that not only impacts your sleep patterns, but your overall health too. Read our blog post where we look at the symptoms and consequences of sleep apnea along with treatment options.
Do you ever think about your toothbrush? Turns out, you probably should because regularly replacing your toothbrush is pretty important for your oral health. Read our blog post where we explain how often you should replace your toothbrush, how you can maintain your toothbrush, and the kind of toothbrush you should be using.
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.
Gingivitis is the mild, early stage of gum disease where your gums are inflamed due to a buildup of plaque. Hearing the word “disease” may be enough for you to wonder if it’s contagious or not. Read our blog post for the answer, and more!
There are some foods that pretty much everyone knows are bad for teeth–looking at you, candy–but there are others that should be avoided which you may not have considered. Read our blog post where we discuss some surprisingly damaging foods for your teeth.
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.