Our office is once again open for non-emergency appointments, but we understand that many patients are still apprehensive about leaving their homes and potentially being exposed to COVID-19. Read our blog post for a look at how to handle a dental emergency at home during the pandemic.
”Wash your hands often” has been one of the biggest pieces of advice that medical experts have mentioned over the past couple of months because it truly is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of viruses like COVID-19. However, washing your hands properly is just as important, if not more important than washing them often. Read our blog post for details!
Sleep apnea therapy is very successful, so why do so many individuals suffer so much from the disorder? Because it is often undiagnosed, therefore untreated. Read our blog post to learn how we treat sleep apnea.
Misinformation spreads quickly throughout the internet, especially during times of crisis when people want to do everything they can to protect themselves and their families. In times like these, we recommend turning to trusted sources like government websites for accurate, up-to-date information related to the coronavirus. Check out our blog post for resources that offer helpful information that is related to avoiding the coronavirus and staying safe and healthy.
There are still many things about the coronavirus that are unknown, but based on the research that is being conducted and what we know about other coronaviruses, there are a few pieces of advice that the CDC recommends we all follow to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read our blog post for details!
Sleep apnea can be a serious business, potentially leading the way to devastating issues including heart attack and stroke. Luckily, there are things you can do to treat your sleep apnea. Read our blog post to learn how you can avoid the dangerous consequences of this common sleep disorder.
Gum disease is very common, but if untreated, it can have serious consequences. Read our blog post to learn about the potential health problems caused by gum disease.
Have you ever had a mouth ulcer? Or you may be more familiar with one of its most common forms: a canker sore. Unlike cold sores, these lesions appear somewhere inside your mouth. They can be quite painful and can make daily activities like chewing your food or brushing your teeth difficult. Read our blog post to learn about the causes of mouth ulcers.
You may be surprised to learn that oral health can affect your overall health. Heart conditions, pregnancy complications, diabetes, and stroke have all been linked to poor oral health. But what about the health of your skin? Check out our blog post to learn about how oral health can impact your complexion.