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What makes dental implants so special? Dental implants are the premier option for replacing your missing teeth, restoring oral function, and creating a natural-looking smile. From replacing a single tooth to creating a new set of teeth, your dentist uses dental implants to improve your oral health. However, they contribute to your overall health too. …continue reading blog →
Preparing for Your Dental Implant Surgery Have you decided to explore your options for replacing your missing teeth with dental implants? If you have already committed to this highly regarded tooth-replacement option, you are likely excited about the results! Even with all the excitement, though, feeling overwhelmed or nervous is entirely normal. You may have…continue reading blog →
A brighter smile is just a dental appointment away. As the New Year draws near, many people start thinking about what kind of resolutions they’ll be making to better themselves in the year to come. Maybe it’s to eat better, exercise more, or finally finish that project they’ve been dreaming about—something that requires hard work…continue reading blog →
Don’t let sleep apnea affect your day-to-day life. If you experience sleep apnea, you’ve likely begun to notice the negative effects it can have on your life. However, these effects extend beyond the most obvious ones, like snoring and disrupted sleep. Unfortunately, sleep apnea can eventually cause serious health issues if left untreated. But if…continue reading blog →
Quality sleep is important for your health and your head space. What is sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is a serious condition. It occurs when the airway becomes constricted during sleep, causing the sleeper to jolt awake suddenly. This condition is very common, affecting 1 in 4 men and 1 in 10 women. You could be…continue reading blog →
If you’ve noticed a pain in your jaw or the side of your face, or if you have been experiencing frequent headaches, you could be dealing with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. This pain arises from the joint that allows your jaw to open and close, along with the surrounding muscles. Many cases of TMJ disorder…continue reading blog →
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