For many people C.P.A.P. is the best way to treat moderate to severe sleep apnea. That said, if you have been diagnosed with mild obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), there may be other ways to reduce your sleep apnea symptoms effectively besides CPAP.
Dental implants and dental bridges are excellent ways to replace a number of missing teeth. That said, both of these tooth replacement options have their pros and cons. Below, our Delta dentists explain more about dental implants vs dental bridges.
If you have mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) a dental appliance may help you to reduce your symptoms and get a good night's rest.
Our Delta dentists are often asked about the importance of flossing. Patients wonder why they should bother to floss if they brush thoroughly twice a day? Today our dentists explain why flossing should be an important part of your oral hygiene routine.
Our Delta area dentists often restore the appearance and function of patient's smiles with dental implants. That said, if you'd like to replace your missing teeth with dental implants, but lack healthy bone to support the implants, you will require a bone graft.
Sleep apnea and snoring have similar symptoms, but they are very different issues. Our Delta dentist explains what sleep apnea is and shares some of the differences between snoring and sleep apnea.
A strong oral hygiene routine helps to keep your teeth healthy and free from cavities. That said, no one is perfect, so here are a few ways to know if you might have a cavity.