Month: March 2016

When Do You Need A Root Canal?

A sudden onset of tooth pain can absolutely raise concern, even if it doesn’t hurt all the time. Often times, a toothache will come and go, or may intensify during certain times (like in reaction to temperature or pressure). If you’re experiencing any tooth pain – it’s always important to let your dentist know, it… Read more »

How An Unhealthy Diet Affects Your Teeth

The foods you’re regularly consuming enter your body through your mouth, are chewed by your teeth (where particles often become stuck), and are then swallowed for your body to digest. When these foods consist primarily of sugars and starches, before they even reach your stomach – they’ve already damaged the normal bacteria around your mouth…. Read more »

Diagnosing & Treating Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea can affect you regardless of your weight, age, or gender – although the risk does become drastically higher if you’re overweight, male, and older than 40. Even though you don’t consciously experience the symptoms associated with sleep disorders, both forms of sleep apnea (obstructive and central) can lead to other dangerous health complications… Read more »

Dental Implants: Restoring Your Lost Teeth

One of the leading causes behind tooth loss is infection, such as periodontal disease and tooth decay. These infections are fortunately preventable, which may account for the decrease of tooth loss in recent years. However, when preventive measures aren’t taken to protect your oral health, these kinds of infections can drastically damage your teeth –… Read more »