Do you feel frustrated about your oral health because you always fully intend to schedule visits to see us, whether for preventive or restorative care, but you suffer from severe dental anxiety? If so, keep in mind that you are one of many patients who feel too nervous to set up or follow through with dental appointments. Even better news: We have some suggestions (like receiving nitrous oxide) that will help you enjoy exceptionally relaxing visits. Always remember to call and speak with us if you have any questions, so we can do our best to accommodate you.
Are you snoring? Do you only know that you’re snoring because your partner is sick and tired of you disrupting his or her sleep? Whatever the case, patients often throw their hands up in their after having tried everything to address this annoying nightly occurrence. The good news is that you have a variety of options for improving your ability to sleep soundly through the night (without all of that noise). Consider a few questions and answers about snoring treatment that will help you make more sense of what’s happening and how you can make improvements.
As you know, brushing your teeth is the cornerstone of a healthy smile! While keeping up with flossing and your preventive care visits are also absolutely essential when it comes to protecting your oral health, it’s important to recognize something: If you’re not brushing your best, your dental hygiene is not going to offer the protection you want from your daily care. Lucky for you, we would like to provide you with some extremely helpful (and equally easy to practice) tips that will ensure your brushing is effective.
How thoroughly familiar are you with protecting your oral health through prevention? Are you certain about how to best use preventive care to maintain a healthy smile? Fortunately, once you get the basics down, you will know exactly what to do when it comes to your home care and keeping up with professional preventive visits. You will also understand why you’re putting in the time and effort. To get the ball rolling, we invite you to look over a Q&A session full of helpful introductory advice.
Has a friend or family member mentioned to you recently that you might not simply be suffering from excessive snoring – but you may require sleep apnea treatment? Is this something you continue to shrug off because you aren’t quite sure what sleep apnea is and because you’ve simply become accustomed to daily fatigue and other frustrating side effects? If you’re nodding your head in agreement, it’s time you learn more about this sleep disorder and speak with us to determine whether treatment can improve your sleep (and your daily quality of life).