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If you’ve been struggling with snoring and unable to find relief, or you’ve been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and having trouble using a CPAP machine, then chances are you’ve been referred by a sleep physician to a dentist that practices dental sleep medicine....

Getting a cavity is not an enjoyable experience. Unfortunately, some of the primary reasons why we get cavities are not entirely up to us. Maybe one of your parents has a history of poor enamel, or irregular tooth shape, which both can contribute to compromised...

Missing teeth can compromise your confidence and your oral health. Traditional dental implants are a popular and reliable option for restoration, but they also require multiple appointments and don’t do anything about the gum tissue surrounding the missing teeth. That is where All-on-Four dental implant...

Sleep apnea is a serious condition that involves much more than just snoring. People with sleep apnea stop breathing up to hundreds of times per night. When they stop breathing, they wake up and struggle for air. Although you may not remember waking up hundreds...

Every adult can benefit from having routine oral cancer screenings. This is especially true of people who use tobacco products, consume alcohol, or have previously had an oral cancer diagnosis. However, oral cancer can potentially affect everyone, and isn’t always caused by tobacco or alcohol....

A complete oral hygiene routine should include, at minimum, twice-daily brushing, once-daily flossing, and visits to your dentist every six months for a professional cleaning and exam. Yet, many people only floss occasionally or not at all. This puts them at risk of serious health...

Tooth sensitivity is a painful and frustrating problem. Several things can cause sensitive teeth, but the result is always the same: pain, usually caused by hot, cold, or sugary foods and drinks. For people with extreme sensitivity issues, even breathing in cold air can trigger...

Maintaining good oral health is critical to your overall wellbeing and your quality of life. However, fear of the dentist keeps many people from getting the care they need. Alternatively, attending multiple appointments for certain treatments may not be possible for busy people who struggle...

During a dental checkup, especially for children, your dentist may recommend dental sealants. Sealants reduce the risk of tooth decay, helping to prevent cavities and subsequently reduce the need for fillings and root canals. Although sealants were once only recommended for children, more and more...