The Link Between Sleep Apnea and Your Dentist

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes the airway to narrow or close during sleep. Dentists work with physicians to identify symptoms of sleep apnea and treat it with either a CPAP device or a customized oral appliance made…
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Ways to Overcome Dental Anxiety

I think the first and most important step is to accept and to admit that there is an anxiety. You can’t fix a problem if you don’t face it. Once the patient and the dentist have accepted, “You know what?…
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Dental Anxiety

Fear of the dentist and dental treatments can discourage people from getting the care they need. Dentists should encourage patients to be honest and share their concerns and then together they can establish methods to make the dental treatments as…
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Change Your Smile in Just One Day!

Many changes and improvements to a smile can be made during a full aesthetic makeover in just one day. It really depends on the extent to which the patient wants to change their smile. Veneers – We can do literally…
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Full Cosmetic Makeovers in One Visit

With the use of an in-house CAD/CAM milling machine, it is now possible for cosmetic dental procedures to be done during one visit including getting dental bridges, implants and porcelain veneers, saving patients time and energy. If someone wants to…
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Treat Gingivitis with Professional Dental Care

Gingivitis cannot really be treated at home; that is misleading. What you want to try and do at home is to keep gingivitis from ever happening. More often than not, gingivitis is due to the accumulation of bacterial plaque around…
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Gingivitis and Periodontal Treatment

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums caused by a buildup of bacteria. With proper brushing and flossing at home along with regular professional dental cleanings, gingivitis can be reversed. If ignored, it can lead to serious bone loss. How…
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The Benefits of Digital X-rays

There are three main benefits for digital X-rays during a routine dental exam. Digital X-rays require much less radiation.  Digital radiography systems reduce radiation exposure to patients by up to 80 percent compared to film-based systems. Digital X-rays give immediate results.…
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Digital X-Rays

Digital dental X-rays are superior to traditional X-rays because they use less radiation, are more accurate and provide immediate results. Why is it important to have X-rays taken during routine dental visits? Dr. Darren McKeever: Well, the quick answer on…
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Top 3 Worst Foods or Drinks for Your Teeth

The best foods for dental health would be nutritious options like vegetables and obviously calcium laden foods are great. But what we really have to worry about more are the things that are attacking our teeth and contributing to dental…
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