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4 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Had Sleep Apnea

January 10, 2021

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A sleep apnea machine sitting on a glass table

Recent studies show that about 50 to 70 million adults in the United States suffer from sleep apnea. This disorder is more than simply loud snoring, and it is not confined to those who are diagnosed as morbidly obese. Below, you’ll find a list of sleep apnea symptoms, 6 celebrities who live with this condition and the best plan of action to manage it.

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Sleep Apnea, Snoring, and Relationship Problems

December 11, 2020

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Woman covering ears with pillow while man snores

When you go to bed after a long day, all you want to do is relax and wait for the embrace of sweet dreams. But if your partner has sleep apnea, they could end up keeping you awake all night, leaving you exhausted come morning. Unfortunately, that won’t be the worst of you and your bedmates’ problems. In addition to the various health risks it poses, sleep apnea has proven time and again to be extremely damaging to relationships, potentially tearing couples apart if it’s not treated in time. Read on to learn why it’s so important to deal with sleep-disordered breathing before it starts to affect those that you love most.

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4 Reasons Why Teeth Whitening Makes a Great Holiday Gift

November 11, 2020

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Woman after teeth whitening

This is the time of year that you’ve been looking forward to! Not only will you be having delicious meals with your family and enjoying the cooler weather, but you will also be showing your loved ones how much you appreciate them through gifts. However, choosing the perfect gift can be a challenge sometimes. One thing that they are bound to like is a whiter smile. Continue reading to learn why teeth whitening makes a great holiday gift!

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Why You Should Get the Dental Crown You Need Before the Year Ends

October 13, 2020

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Dental crown on Sebastian dentist fingertip

Dental crowns are a common and versatile restoration that can save weakened or damaged teeth from extraction. However, many people tend to put off their treatment because they’re worried about how much it may cost. The truth is, leaving your smile untreated can end up costing you much more in the long run! Find out how getting the dental crown you need before the end of the year can save you time, money, and painful complications in the future.

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Does It Hurt to Get Cosmetic Dental Work Done?

September 9, 2020

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young man smiling at his cosmetic dentist

For people who are dissatisfied with the way their smiles look, there are many cosmetic dentistry services to choose from. These treatments are great ways to beautify your smile and improve your self-confidence. However, many patients hesitate to go through with cosmetic dentistry because they’re under the impression that the procedure will be painful. Keep reading as a cosmetic dentist answers the question of whether getting cosmetic dental work done hurts.

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6 Tips to Keep Dental Implants Looking Good for a Lifetime

August 10, 2020

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Older woman with dental implants smiles

Have you recently rebuilt your smile with dental implants, or are planning to sometime soon? If so, congratulations! This state-of-the-art tooth replacement option can help you regain your confident smile and permanently replace your missing teeth. However, while dental implants boast an overwhelming success rate of over 95%, their lifespan will rely heavily on how well you take care of them. Keep these six simple tips in mind to ensure you enjoy your new smile for decades to come!

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Are Dental Implants Safe?

July 13, 2020

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older man in light blue dress shirt and tie smiling with dental implants

If you have missing teeth, chances are you’ve heard about dental implants. Currently, about three million Americans have used them to replace their missing teeth, with that number expected to grow by another half million every year. You may have heard that they offer more benefits than any other form of tooth replacement, which is true. But how safe are they? Let’s take a closer look at what dental implants are, what risks they can pose, and whether they’re ultimately worth it.

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5 Qualities You Should Look for in a Cosmetic Dentist

May 8, 2020

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young woman smiling in dental chair with cosmetic dentist

You wouldn’t buy a new car without doing your research about what desirable qualities it has, would you? No, of course you wouldn’t. The same logic should apply to when you’re searching for the right dentist to give you the beautiful smile you’ve been searching for. To help you achieve your dream smile, here are a few of the qualities you should look for when searching for a cosmetic dentist.

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Need Dental Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic? How Your Dentist Keeps You Safe

April 19, 2020

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A dental patient being kept safe with sanitation protocols at her dentist

You may know that dental offices are closed for routine and elective procedures during the COVID-19 crisis. While they’re still open for emergency care, many people are wondering when they’ll be able to return for checkups, cleanings, and non-urgent procedures, as well as what protocols are in place to keep them safe! Keep reading to learn about the recommendations for re-opening dental offices and how your safety is your dentist’s top priority. 

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How to Protect Your Oral Health During the COVID-19 Quarantine

March 22, 2020

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An older couple holding toothbrushes.

COVID-19 is forcing many dental practices to close their offices for nonessential care. If you aren’t sure what this means, it basically refers to the most common preventive treatments you’re likely already used to, including exams, cleanings, and X-rays. If you aren’t sure why dental practices are doing this or what you need to do to keep your oral health in check, you’ll want to keep reading. With the help of a dentist, you can prevent tooth decay, gum disease and dental emergencies in the meantime!

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