A Tongue Stabilizing Device Can Help Reduce Sleep Apnea Breathing Interruption

While sleep apnea symptoms like snoring can certainly prove a nuisance for your sleep quality, the stress placed on the cardiovascular system from breathing interruption can prove more significant. Over time, unresolved sleep apnea can tax the heart and increase your chances of suffering heart disease or stroke problems. If you have sleep apnea concerns,… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Prevent the Formation of Occlusal Cavities

Many people have deep textures, pits, and fissures on the biting surfaces of their back teeth. This is an evolutionary adaptation designed to make the teeth more efficient at processing the foods you eat. Unfortunately, these areas can also passively trap food residue and bacteria, which increases your chances of suffering tooth decay. One effective… Read more »

The Facts About Dental Emergencies

Do you know what you might do if you’re dealing with a dental emergency? Still, do you know what emergencies should be dealt with right away or what you might need to include in an at home dental kit? Of course, it’s important that you call our dentist as soon as possible but there are… Read more »

How to Combat Bad Breath

Do you wish to constantly maintain a fresh and pristine breath and keep bad breath at bay? If so, our dental team has some good news for you! There are things you can do on a regular basis to keep your breath in tip-top shape, which will help you avoid embarrassing and awkward social moments…. Read more »

Your Teeth and Acidic Foods

A lot of people love soda, and more people love sour food and fruit. These are pretty typical things to see in a modern adult diet, and while there are sour foods that are good for you – and fruit obviously has its health benefits – there’s just one problem with the aforementioned foods: They… Read more »

How to Help Your Bleeding Gums

Have you noticed that when you brush and floss your teeth, your gums end up red and swollen? What do these different symptoms mean for the health of your gums? Do you know what you might be able to do to help your red or inflamed gums? Fortunately, there are several things you can do… Read more »

An Injured Lip Might Require Quality First Aid

Accidentally biting your lip during a meal isn’t uncommon. This level of lip injury proves more of an inconvenience. There are also times when an accident, oral trauma or blow to the face can cause a lip injury that merits first aid. In times such as these, Dr. offers these basic first-aid tips to minimize… Read more »

What Your Oral Health Routine is Missing

Everyone wants a healthy, sparkling, beautiful smile, right? But not as many people are willing to make the commitment it takes to get such a smile. It’s a process that involves some work on your part, as well as remembering a few simple things every day. Let’s look at what Dr. here at in ,… Read more »

Maintaining Long-Term Oral Health Requires Several Measures

Preventing problems with tooth decay, gum disease, oral cancer and other oral health maladies can go a long way toward maintaining your quality of life. Of course, maintaining good oral health is about more than occasionally brushing and flossing your teeth. In fact, it incorporates several factors and each are of equal importance. To that… Read more »

The Facts About Sleep Apnea

Do you sometimes wake up still feeling exhausted? Have you ever been told that you snore or make other noises while you sleep? Do you wake up frequently during the night? If so, you could be dealing with a serious condition known as sleep apnea. While you may have heard of this condition, did you… Read more »