Recent Posts in May, 2012

  • Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)
    Teeth grinding, medically known as Bruxism, occasionally occurs, not always causing harm. When teeth grinding occurs on a more regular basis, the ...
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  • Sugar Free Products for Children
    Reports in the Inside Dental Assisting magazine, advise parents of healthy children older than five years who are at high risk for cavities, about the ...
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  • Should I Be Concerned if I Snore?
    Many of us who snore do not give it a second thought unless we are disturbing our sleep partner. It is important to understand, however, that ...
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  • What is a Sleep Study for Snoring?
    A sleep study is the only way that a person can be diagnosed for snoring and sleep apnea. An overnight sleep study or home study is how a test is ...
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