Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Sleep Apnea

Have you ever heard of sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is an oral health condition that arises when breathing patterns are broken up or interrupted while you sleep. Typically, a person will not get a full night's sleep if sleep apnea is present. Furthermore, if left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to diabetes, heart attacks, and strokes. Fortunately, testing for sleep... read more »

A Retainer Will Help You Straighten Your Smile

Everyone’s mouth is different. When it comes to braces, you may have yours for many months, or perhaps up to two years. On average, a person will be wear their braces for about 22 months. Once your braces come off, you will want to show off your new smile to everyone, and who can blame you? But, you are still... read more »

Replacing a Lost Tooth Will Improve Your Smile

Do you find yourself wishing for a full smile since losing a tooth? Have you suffered a severe injury or another problem that has left you with multiple missing teeth? If so, tooth replacement therapies can be used to fill out your smile in three distinct ways: dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges. Enhance your smile with tooth replacement therapy.... read more »