While no one wants to find themselves dealing with a cracked tooth, painful abscess, lost crown, or other unexpected dental emergency, knowing what to do before you make it to the dental chair can make a huge difference in your treatment outcome.
If you snore and suffer from sleepless nights you may be suffering from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is caused by a blockage of the airway, resulting in the temporary stoppage of breath during sleep. It can also lead to frequent awakenings or arouses at night which result in the patient being very fatigued during the day. Now there is a solution with sleep apnea dentistry. Read the full article here: WHAT IS SLEEP APNEA? HOW CAN MY DENTIST HELP?
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