Committing to appointments with your dentist may not only aid your oral health in the long term – your breathing will have some benefits as well. An October 22, 2014 article in Laboratory Equipment magazine states:Read More
Loud snores carry a threat more ominous than you realize and it takes some good dental support to stamp it out. Writing for the health portal HealthAIM, blogger Bryant M asks:Read More
Dentures or dental implants have actually been in use as early as 700 BC. Earlier dentures were created from a wide assortment of materials such as gold multi-ringed bands which held replacement teeth, normally taken from an animal or another person, in place.Read More
Snoring is a nuisance that can leave both one’s bed partner and oneself awake for the whole night. Those experiencing frequent and increasingly loud snoring are well advised to have themselves tested for Obstructive Sleep Apnea; and if diagnosed with the condition, should immediately seek medical help.Read More
No one is impervious to losing teeth by accident, not even superstar singers like Michael Buble, whose recent concert in Sydney turned out to be a knockout. Literally.Read More
As unlikely as it may seem, snoring can actually cause marital strains that may soon be irreparable without the right intervention. In a Philly.com article, otolaryngologist Donald M. Sesso highlights the effects excessive snoring can have on a marriage.Read More
The global campaign on environmental protection has gone viral and it’s revolutionizing the way some dental practices provide their services. In many parts of the country, including cities like Concord, California, many dental practices are transitioning from the traditional methods of dental care to more cost-efficient and energy-saving ones. The change is believed to offer more benefits to both dental practices and their patients.
Surprisingly, dental fear affects not only children but adults, too. In fact, statistics show that around 80 percent of adult Americans suffer from a certain level of dental fear. To a professional dentist in Concord, CA, the potential implications of this condition can be serious, especially with sufferers of high levels of phobia.
A Dentistry IQ article highlights how dentures – both partial and complete – can be very uncomfortable despite being extremely helpful in replacing lost teeth. Dentures are often recommended to replace missing teeth and are expected to assume the function of the lost teeth, which is for masticating food, for improving pronunciation, and for allowing the patient to smile confidently. However, for dentures to perform these functions, they need to be expertly fitted.Read More
Chronic symptoms of dry mouth shouldn’t be underestimated, as a news feature on the RDH Magazine website stresses. Xerostomia, the medical term for dry mouth symptoms, can lead to numerous dental problems due to the lack or complete absence of saliva. The article helpfully enumerates the various causes of dry mouth, while highlighting the need to detect the symptoms early for immediate treatment:Read More