Oral Health

snoring-appliances

Snoring Appliances

Has your partner told you that you snore in your sleep? Or have you perhaps awoken yourself with a loud snort? The fact is that 40% of men and 24% of women snore in their sleep. Snoring is different from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). While snoring is a symptom of OSA, someone that suffers from

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Five Major Health Concerns that are Predicted by your dental

Five Major Health Concerns That Are Predicted by Your Dental Health!

Heart Disease, Infertility, Miscarriage, Osteoporosis, Respiratory Disease, Diabetes, and Gum Disease… These conditions don’t seem like they’re related, but they are. They’re connected by a thread as thin and as strong as the dental floss that can help prevent them: Periodontal and dental health. Reversing oral infections could be the first step to lowering your

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Wisdom Teeth Can Mess Up a Teen’s Smile Alignment

Wisdom Teeth Can Mess Up a Teen’s Smile Alignment

Your teen’s dental health is important to you.  You wanted to set them up for a healthy and beautiful smile, so orthodontics became a part of their lives early on.  From widening the jaw to straightening crooked teeth and fixing an overbite, braces have worked wonders for your children’s smiles…That is until your teen’s wisdom

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