Mirror, Mirror On The Wall….. Teeth Make The Fairest Of Them All

Posted on: 3 June 2015

The wicked stepmother of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" may have benefited greatly from dental care. It is quite possible that since the average life expectancy was about 35 years in the medieval times of this story, Queen Stepmother was fairly young herself. So how did Snow White manage to surpass her beauty so early? Possibly through the beauty dampening dilemma of poorly maintained teeth. Snow White had a somewhat different lifestyle from her stepmother which might account for her pearly whites remaining strong and healthy.
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Sleep Apnea Treatment Options: Your Oral Appliance

Posted on: 14 May 2015

There are many conditions that have a connection to your dental health which you might not realize. One of those conditions is sleep apnea. If you have been diagnosed with the condition, it is important you seek treatment and understand your dentist's role in that treatment.  What Is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a potentially life threatening sleep disorder that results in the obstruction of your airways while you are sleeping.
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Three Important Facts About Your Tooth Roots

Posted on: 20 April 2015

You might already know that each of your teeth is anchored into your jaw by a bony root, but what else do you know about your tooth roots? Since you cannot see them, many people don't think about their tooth roots often. However, learning a little about them can help ensure your dental care routine is supporting the health of your tooth roots. Here are three important things every patient should know about the roots of his or her teeth.
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Teenagers And Wisdom Teeth Removal – Recovery Tips For Parents

Posted on: 1 April 2015

Convincing your teenager to go to the doctor and dentist regularly can be hard enough for parent. If your teenager will be having their wisdom teeth pulled, you need to be sure that you are ready to help them with recovery. Here are three things that you should do to make sure that your teen can recover with less pain and with no arguments. 1. Become Your Teen's Home Nurse
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