How Do You Know If Your Partner Has Sleep Apnea?

Posted on: 3 December 2019

Sleep apnea is a deadly disease, in part because it's nearly impossible for the person who has it to realize that they do. Symptoms only manifest in one's sleep, after all. So if you think that your loved one has a problem, you're doing them a service by being aware of what they sound like during their sleep and being concerned about them. Here's what you need to know about sleep apnea and some tips on whether or not your loved one has it.
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Understanding Dental Bridges

Posted on: 5 November 2019

The loss of a tooth may be due to dental decay, a medical issue, or an unexpected injury. The missing tooth can present problems with the look and functionality of the teeth. People with missing teeth may find it difficult to chew properly. They may also feel uncomfortable with the look of their smile. As a person seeks to restore one or more missing teeth, their dentist may present multiple options, including a dental bridge.
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3 Surprising Things You Might Learn From Your Next Dental Exam

Posted on: 30 September 2019

A thorough dental examination is an important part of every dental care plan. While most dental patients expect their dentist to use this type of appointment to check for gum diseases and look for indications that a cavity may be forming, many may not realize that their dentist may also be watching for signs of serious physical health problems that go far beyond their mouth.  If you are wondering what surprising things a dentist might learn about your overall physical health during your next dental exam, this information can help to enlighten you.
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Tips For Learning To Live With Dentures

Posted on: 2 September 2019

If you finally decided to get a set of dentures, you will reap a lot of great benefits. Dentures offer a great smile, less embarrassment, and the ability to eat and talk again. In fact, getting dentures may even help you smile a lot more. The downside to dentures is that it can take some adjustment to get used to wearing them, eating with them, and talking with them. If you are preparing to get dentures, it is important to understand that it will take time to get used to them, and here are some tips to help you with this.
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