Obstructive Sleep Apnea

The field of dentistry has changed a lot in the years that I have been a dentist. Many of these changes have been very exciting and offer greater care for my patients. One such expansion of care for dental patients is in the field of sleep dentistry. Since the mouth is the gateway to the… Read more »

Do You Snore? A Tongue Stabilizer Can Help

While snoring itself is common among all ages and typically more of an annoyance than a threat, when caused by sleep apnea, it can be accompanied by interrupted breathing and other health complications. You may find that a tongue stabilizer prevents snoring caused by sleep apnea and is an easy-to-care-for appliance. When it comes to… Read more »

An Overview of Invisalign®️ and What It Offers Your Smile

Are you in the market for an orthodontic treatment that is capable of shifting your teeth in a manner that is very discreet and hard for people to notice? Do you wish your teeth were straight but would like to avoid the stigma that comes with wearing bulky metal braces all over your teeth? You… Read more »

Denture Adhesive Helps Bond Dentures to Gums

A removable dental appliance such as a denture or removable denture is often provided by our Dr. to replicate the basic function of your missing teeth. Teeth can be lost to gum disease, tooth decay or a severe dental trauma.. The base of the denture will be created in a state of the art dental… Read more »

Sleeping Disorder Partners: Bruxism and Sleep Apnea

If you are always tired, or feel exhausted even after a full night of sleep, you may want to find out if you have a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Sleep apnea occurs when breathing is interrupted at night because lax neck muscles block your airway passage. Closely connected to this disorder is… Read more »

Getting a Dental Bridge? Here’s What to Expect

If you’re about to replace a missing tooth with a dental bridge, then you’re on your way toward the top-notch smile and oral health you deserve! To help you prepare for your visit, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to teach you about the steps involved. Sometimes knowing what to expect can help wash dental… Read more »

Care for Your Smile During Winter Sports by Doing These Things

If you’re an athlete who participates in winter sports, it’s important to keep your smile in mind while you practice and play. This is because if you don’t care for your teeth and gums, there is a chance you can suffer a dental injury or even develop dental issues. So, our dentist, Dr. , encourages… Read more »

Tell Your Dentist About Any Increased Risk Factors for Oral of Pharyngeal Cancer

While oral and pharyngeal cancer is more likely to occur later in life, it is nonetheless possible for these serious oral health conditions to afflict you at a younger age. This might be related to genetics as well as certain lifestyle choices. If you have increased risk factors such as a family history of oral… Read more »

Essential Dental Tips on Dental Anxiety Treatments

  When the time comes to have oral health care treatments done, it is important to make sure you are ready and willing to receive the oral health care necessary. If you have any concerns about visiting your dentist or any fears associated with the unknown, it is essential to speak up to your dentist… Read more »

Dental X-rays During Pregnancy: Yes or No?

Sometimes, dental X-rays are inevitable, especially if they are recommended by the dentist to diagnose cavities or other dental conditions. You may wonder if they safe during pregnancy though, and the answer is YES. Radiation exposure is always a concern, however, there is very little radiation with a dental X-ray and advances in technology now… Read more »