Can Your Dentist Help with Sleep Apnea?

You’ve heard of sleep apnea, and you know it’s a sleep issue. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says that nearly 25 million adult Americans have sleep apnea, and it sometimes leads to dangerous health effects like cardiovascular problems. But as you know, sleep apnea involves the mouth. So is it a sleep medicine issue,
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Chipped Tooth? Here are Your Dental Options

Your teeth are tough, and tooth enamel may be the hardest substance in the body, but that doesn’t make them indestructible. Everyday wear and tear (like teeth grinding) or accidents (like a bad fall) can cause a tooth to chip, crack, or break. The most common causes of chipped teeth are: Auto accidents Bite issues
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6 Problems With Having Poor Teeth Structure

Blame it on genetics or blame it on your environment, but one thing’s for sure: Crooked, overcrowded teeth are no fun. Everyone wants to be born with naturally straight, perfectly aligned teeth, but for many of us, that’s not the case. Not only does poor teeth structure look less than appealing, it can actually cause
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Is There a Dental Device for Snoring?

Your spouse kicks you awake for the fifth time in one night. You’re snoring again. It’s become such a problem that you’re both exhausted from long-term lack of sleep. Something’s got to change. What can you, the snorer, do to fix the problem? You know there is no clear “cure” for snoring. Snoring occurs when
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Canker Sore Treatments & Prevention Guide

You absentmindedly brush your tongue along a spot in your mouth and immediately feel a burning sensation. You know the feeling. With dread, you look in the mirror as you pull your bottom lip down and see a small, white spot. Sure enough, it’s another canker sore. Also called aphthous ulcers, canker sores are small
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