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Sleep Apnea – a Hidden Danger
Nightly snoring can be a sign of a dangerous condition called sleep apnea (from “a” meaning without and “pnea” meaning breath). When someone snores the soft tissues in the back of the throat collapse onto themselves and obstruct the airway, causing the vibration known as snoring. If the obstruction becomes serious, it is called obstructive […]
The Facts About Thumb Sucking
One topic we are often asked about is finger or thumb sucking and/or pacifier use — a challenge that most parents or caregivers will likely face with at least one of their children. The first and perhaps most important thing to remember is that it is totally normal for babies and young children to suck […]
Bad Breath – More Than Just Embarrassing!
Most people agree that bad breath is more than embarrassing. It affects personal, social and business relationships. Although Americans spend roughly $3 billion annually on gum, mints and mouth rinses that promise relief, they are nothing more than temporary cover ups. Discovering the underlying cause of the problem is the only way to effectively eliminate […]
Are You an Athlete? Here Are Five Reasons You Should Wear a Mouthguard
Are you ready to suit up for sports? Mouthguards have been called the most important part of an athlete’s uniform. Designed to absorb and distribute the forces of impact received while you participate in athletic activities, your mouthguard is a protective appliance that covers and cushions your teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury […]
How Do You Know If You’re Brushing And Flossing Your Teeth Correctly?
You’ve probably brushed your teeth every day since early childhood when your parents handed you your first toothbrush. But do you really know if you’re doing it effectively and removing disease causing bacterial plaque or biofilm? Let’s take a look at the basics of tooth brushing. What is the goal of brushing and flossing your […]