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The Importance of Treating Sleep Apnea Dec 13th, 2020

Sleep apnea is becoming one of the most common health issues in the United States with an estimated 22 million people suffering from this serious sleep disorder.  Unfortunately, around 80% of those suffering from sleep apnea never seek or receive the treatment they need to manage their symptoms and avoid...

All About TMJ Nov 23rd, 2020

It may seem like a cool party trick to make your jaw pop and click on command, but what’s going on inside your jaw joint (the temporomandibular joint or TMJ) isn’t cool at all. Those sounds are indications of damage in your joint that will only get worse if you...

What Is All-on-4®, and Who Needs It? Oct 14th, 2020

Anyone can lose a tooth — just ask a hockey player. But sports injuries aren’t the only culprits. Excessive wear-and-tear due to bruxism (teeth grinding), normal wear-and-tear over time, nerve damage, and decay are just a few of the many reasons you may have a gap in your smile. And...

Am I a Candidate for Orthognathic Surgery? Sep 9th, 2020

You may have been living with a misaligned jaw for years without realizing you had a problem. The symptoms can be deceiving and make you think you have an issue with your teeth, tongue, or face. An accurate diagnosis is critical so you can get the right treatment. Our team...

How Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Treat a Variety of Dental Issues Aug 5th, 2020

You may not be aware of what oral surgery actually is. You’re probably not too sure about what the difference is between a dentist and an oral surgeon. Yes, oral surgeons perform operations on your teeth, but they do much more.  As dental specialists, they treat injuries, diseases, and conditions...