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Aging can bring a variety of challenges in day-to-day life. Limited mobility can be among the most impactful, affecting nearly everything you do. It can also make it more difficult to get the care you need in terms of both general and oral health. Missing out on important dental care only leads to further health…continue reading blog →
Are you 100% happy with your smile? If not, porcelain veneers could be just what you’re looking for. This versatile cosmetic treatment attaches custom-made layers of thin porcelain to the faces of your teeth, providing a flawless and natural-looking appearance. They can deliver these key benefits for your smile makeover. How porcelain veneers can improve…continue reading blog →
Sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition that occurs when you start and stop breathing during sleep. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that they have sleep apnea. And many people don’t know that their chances of developing sleep apnea increase with age. But understanding what sleep apnea is, knowing if you have it, and how…continue reading blog →
Your Guide to Dental Implants for Seniors According to the CDC, nearly 1 in 5 adults age 65 or older has lost all of their teeth. And whether you have lost one, two, or all of your teeth, chances are that it has significantly affected your quality of life. Missing just one tooth can make…continue reading blog →
A misaligned bite can lead to various oral health issues, including temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders (referring to just the jaw joint itself) and temporomandibular disorders (TMD). TMJ disorders affect a significant portion of the population, with approximately 12% of people in the US experiencing them at any given time. Interestingly, women are more often affected,…continue reading blog →
As we enter our golden years and embrace the joys of retirement, maintaining good oral health becomes increasingly essential for a fulfilling and comfortable experience. While some oral health concerns may fade with age, one issue affecting many seniors is bruxism, the involuntary grinding or clenching of teeth. Although bruxism becomes less common as we…continue reading blog →
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