Your Dentist May Be Able To Help You Stop Snoring
posted: Mar. 07, 2013.Dentistry has ventured into the new area of sleep medicine by helping snorers — and their exasperated sleeping partners — with custom-made anti-snoring devices. These oral appliances, which resemble Read more
Snoring & Sleep Apnea — Are You At Risk?
posted: Jul. 17, 2012.If you wake yourself by snoring or have been told by others that you snore, you should share this fact with us during your next visit. Why? Many people Read more
Can A Dentist Help Treat Sleep Apnea?
posted: Mar. 03, 2012.Research has revealed that over 12 million Americans suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a condition that occurs when the upper airway (tissues at the back of the mouth Read more
Sleep Apnea - a Hidden Danger
posted: Aug. 07, 2011.Nightly snoring can be a sign of a dangerous condition called sleep apnea (from “a” meaning without and “pnea” meaning breath). When someone snores the soft tissues in the Read more