Month: January 2020

How to React to a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies are possibly the most stressful cases to address because they’re unforeseeable — that’s what makes them an emergency. If you’re experiencing chronic tooth pain, it’s probably the result of an infection. You’ll need to treat that infection with root canal therapy and a dental crown. A dental emergency doesn’t have warning signs. If… Read more »

Dentures Rebuild Broken Smiles

Tooth loss is a destructive force that can disrupt your ability to eat and cause a loss of confidence. Gaps in your smile make you feel self conscious, and until you address your tooth loss, your problems may only compound. Dentures are typically used to address significant cases of tooth loss, but you don’t have… Read more »

If You’re Feeling Sleepy in the Morning It May be Apnea

How rested do you feel when you wake up? If you feel groggy and sluggish throughout the day, it may be a sign that you’re not getting enough sleep, or it may be the sign of a medical condition. Every individual’s sleep needs are different, but if you’re getting between 7 and 9 hours of… Read more »

You Can Recover After Tooth Loss

Tooth loss is a devastating condition for the people it affects. Tooth loss typically comes with pain — both emotional and physical — that can scar you for years to come. That’s because missing teeth can disrupt your smile and hamper your ability to eat. By compromising certain aspects of your lifestyle, tooth loss creates… Read more »