Nail Biting May Lead to TMJ Issues

Date: Apr 15, 2017

Patients who bite their nails may think it’s just a harmless habit, but it could be causing significant oral health problems, such as damaged teeth and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Whenever you use your teeth and jaws for a function for which they are not…

Root canal FAQs

Date: Jan 10, 2017

is a common approach used to save a tooth that has been damaged or become infected. Many people have heard of this treatment, but aren’t sure how it works or what to expect. It’s important to know that treating an infected tooth in this way…

Rejuvenate your smile with cosmetic dentistry

Date: Nov 30, 2016

When looking into a mirror, what do you see?  Do you focus on improvements that might be attained by improving your smile?  Have you ever given thought to what could be achieved simply by a visit to your Our cosmetic dentist has tools available to…

If I Snore, Do I Have Sleep Apnea?

Date: Oct 07, 2016

As awareness of and its connection to increases, many snorers want to know what’s the likelihood they have sleep apnea. But depending on the source you look at, you might get very different answers to this question. One sleep expert told NPR, that only 5-10%…

Perfume Sensitivity Can Be Challenging for Migraine Sufferers

Date: Sep 21, 2016

Smells are among the most common triggers, affecting about 70% of sufferers. For migraineurs with smell sensitivity, more than three-quarters are sensitive to perfume. This can be a daily challenge if your workplace has people who regularly wear perfume. And it can be even harder…

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