Any time you find yourself thinking about your oral health or investigating smile care, you likely run across the topic of tooth decay. What you and every patient wants to do, of course, is to prevent decay. However, you might begin to worry that this is going to somehow become a very complex exercise in discipline and details if you really want to keep your smile free of cavities. Fantastic news: It’s not difficult at all! Take our three simple steps to heart and you’ll be doing a wonderful job!
There’s nothing quite like the fatigue and other symptoms of sleep apnea disorder to motivate you to make some changes! Once you discover that this is the cause of your trouble with feeling rested, finding a way to resolve the situation, so you feel energized again becomes a priority. So, where to begin as you kick start your journey back toward restful sleep every night? We have a few immediate suggestions.
What’s going on with your smile lately? Are you dealing with parched lips because it’s cold outside? Or, are you experiencing widespread moisture loss in your oral cavity because of a disorder called dry mouth? Furthermore, what’s causing it and what can you do to make things all better again? The fortunate news is that this is a common concern, we can help you solve the mystery, and we can also help you treat it (if necessary). As for those little facts that will lead to your better comprehension of the topic, we’re happy to guide you through them.
When a tooth becomes damaged, or develops a serious oral health issue, then you need a restoration. We have a number of options available, such as fillings. But we can also use one unique option to correct a number of different problems: dental crowns. How do crowns restore smiles?
Deciding to agree to the tooth extraction you require may take up just a bit of your mental energy. As a result, the last thing you want to do is start fretting about what may be next for your smile once the removal is complete! Fortunately, there is absolutely no need for stress, tension, anxiety, fretting, etc. Your smile will be just fine and the next step will be something we cover extensively with you, so you know what to expect. For a head start, match up your type of removal with what likely comes afterward.
You might get very wrapped up in the fact that sleep apnea is something that is making you feel a certain way (and not very good at that). This is completely understandable. However, if you’re not hopping on board with sleep apnea treatment, then you may be overlooking just who and how this sleep disorder impacts yourself and those around you. Learn more and contact us for comfortable treatment when you are ready.
You already have a toothache. There are no ifs, ands, or buts about that. However, you don’t really know what to do now that you’re in pain. Do you just do your best to practice “mind over matter” and to ignore it? Do you load up on pain medication, so you can just forget about it? Do you assume the worst and immediately schedule an emergency dental visit? Before you worry yourself too much, we suggest you take a rest, breathe, relax, and consider answers to some frequently asked questions.
Did you have a friend or loved one take a very close look at what appears to be a crack in your tooth? Did one of them respond with, “that’s a craze line not a crack” and now you’re not sure how to proceed? The good news is that if this is the type of concern you’re dealing with, it’s not a serious issue, we can address it very easily, and it is not something you need to worry about. However, to ensure you’re getting accurate advice, we have some suggestions for you to follow.
If you think that something is wrong with your sleep but you’re not entirely sure what, one good place to begin would be with our team! That is, once you consider whether sleep apnea might be the culprit. If so, then it’s most certainly a possibility that with some very easy treatment, you can get back to the sleep you’re missing and back to days without frustrating fatigue. Get the details with our Q-and-A session.
If you’re unsure about whether it’s a good idea to choose teeth whitening (or a not so great idea), it can make it very difficult to make any progress in the direction of a brighter grin. We understand that it’s easy to assume this is some very black-and-white territory but that could not be further from the truth! Whether or not whitening is solid plan for you comes with a lot of particulars. So, let’s discuss them and you’ll know how to proceed.