How To Treat Sleep Apnea Without Disturbing Your Partner

Sleep apnea can wreak havoc on your sleep, but it's also not easy for your partner. Sleep apnea causes extremely loud snoring which can be hard to sleep through, especially if your loved one is worried about your health. However, most treatments also produce loud noises all night long which are sometimes just as bad - or even worse - than listening to you snore. If you want to take care of yourself and avoid putting your partner through a sleepless night, read on to learn about a noiseless option for sleep apnea treatment: Read More 

Whistle While You Work? How To Close Teeth Gaps

You may have gap teeth for a number of reasons. You may have had a baby tooth that never fell out and it caused there to be gaps between your teeth when the tooth finally got pulled. Or, you may have never had your wisdom teeth come in and it caused there to be gaps between your teeth. You may have smaller teeth that don't come together enough to fill all the spaces in your gums. Read More 

Should Your Child Get Dental Veneers? What You Need To Know

Do you have a teenage child that is not happy with the look of their teeth? If so, it could be making an impact on their confidence and self-esteem. Thankfully, dental veneers could be the answer to their problems. What Are Dental Veneers? Dental veneers are material that is essentially thin shells that are attached to the front of the teeth. They cover up the imperfections of the teeth rather than try to correct them. Read More 

Are Your Teeth Ready For Your Wedding Day?

Of all the considerations you must make for your wedding day, your smile might be the last thing to cross your mind. However, if your smile is not perfect, it could show in your wedding photos. Luckily, there are things you can do in the months leading up to your wedding day to prepare your smile. Schedule a Dental Cleaning Before you take any other measures, the first thing you should do is have your teeth professional cleaned. Read More 

FAQ About Bad Oral Health & Damaged Teeth

Unattractive teeth can interefere with the desire to smile, but the problem is even worth when other oral health problems are present too. Teeth can actually become unattractive and damaged to the extent of someone being too embarrassed to visit a dentist to bring them back to good shape. If you are dealing with such a situation, keep in mind that it is normal for a dentist to see teeth that are in various conditions that are sometimes worse than yours. Read More