Few things can irritant our significant others quite like snoring. In addition to bothering others, when we snore we can sometimes put our own health at risk. In some cases, our snoring could be linked to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). How are they connected and when should you see a dentist for treatment?
Month: May 2018
If you have teeth that are crowded, crooked, or overlapping, then you’ll be happy to know that metal brace are no longer your only treatment option. Instead, we can help correct smiles with a series of custom-made and clear plastic aligners. Let’s take a look at how Invisalign corrects uneven smiles.
If you chip a tooth, whether from a sports injury or biting on a hard piece of food, then you should see the dentist. Otherwise, a damaged tooth can lead to serious oral health problems. Fortunately, we can fix a chipped tooth in one visit with dental bonding.
Do you wish you could brighten your smile? We can help with our professional teeth whitening procedure. Instead of relying on store bought strips and toothpastes, why not try a professional alternative you can also use from the comfort of your own home? Do you want to learn more about take-home whitening?