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Functional Benefits of a Smile Makeover


A smile makeover is an option for those who are looking to get the smile they have always wanted or dreamed of. There are many restorative and cosmetic procedures in the dentistry world that have many functional benefits in addition … Continued


4 Things You Should Know About Getting a Dental Filling


Tooth decay is a problem people face worldwide. When the damage is not bad enough for a crown, then a dental filling is your best solution. Dental fillings are significantly less expensive than other tooth decay treatments and are much easier … Continued


How are Sleep Apnea and Bruxism Related?


A lot of people experience both bruxism and sleep apnea, and often times, they correlate. However, most people don’t realize that the two can be related. Bruxism and sleep apnea are both problems that may relate to a person’s overall … Continued


How Oral Appliances Can Help with Snoring


Oral appliances are an effective option to treat snoring and sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea. A custom oral appliance can help improve your sleep, restore your alertness and revitalize your health. Oral appliances fit like a sports mouthguard or … Continued


Tips for Choosing a Sleep Apnea Appliance


Learn the most useful tips for choosing a sleep apnea appliance, and find out how to overcome your sleep apnea symptoms. #Sleep #Apnea #Appliance


What You Need to Know About Dental Fillings


Read more about what is involved in the process of receiving dental fillings! It’s important to be well informed about them. #Dental #Fillings #Process


Tips to Prevent Dental Disease


Wondering what you can do to prevent a dental disease diagnosis? Smart. Once a dental professional tells you that you have a gum disease, it is essential for you to undergo any necessary treatments for addressing the gum disease. If … Continued


How Root Canal Therapy Can Help Injured Teeth


Most tooth injuries are minor. Teeth that are slightly chipped or fractured can usually be fixed by cosmetic dentistry treatments, like veneers or bonding. However, some injuries are more severe and extend past the enamel. In this case, a dentist … Continued


What is Gum Disease and When to be Concerned


What is gum disease? Gum disease is the disease of the tissue that surrounds and supports the root of the teeth. This is caused by bacterial plaque (a soft sticky film of bacteria) which has been built up and hardened (tartar … Continued


How Many Dental Visits Will a Dental Crown Take?


Dentists typically suggest getting dental crowns for one of many reasons. There may be a weak tooth that needs additional strength or a bridge. Maybe you have a tooth with severe stains or discoloration. Alternatively, you might simply want to … Continued