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Diabetes and Your Dental Health Oct 9th, 2020

If the windows are broken in your house, you might only need to replace the glass to restore your house to perfection. But if one part of your body’s system goes awry, it affects all the rest of the parts, too.  For example, if you have diabetes, when your dentist...

Sleep Apnea Treatments That Work Sep 23rd, 2020

You’ve heard rumors that you’re supposed to wake up refreshed and raring to go in the morning, but you’re beginning to suspect that they’re made up by the same people who post “perfect family” photos on their social media. You feel awful in the morning: groggy, foggy, and irritable. And...

How Do Integrative and Traditional Dental Medicine Differ? Aug 19th, 2020

In traditional dentistry, your dentist focuses solely on your teeth, gums, tongue, and jawbone. The problem with that approach is that these structures are part of a complex system. Everything that goes on with your body ultimately shows up in your teeth, too. As an expert and innovator in integrative...

Did You Know Quality Sleep Improves Cognitive Health and Energy? Jul 24th, 2020

If you could only do one thing to improve your overall health, have more energy, and reduce your risk for chronic illness and even Alzheimer’s disease (AD), what would it be? While good nutrition and exercise help keep your body and mind sound through the years to come, an absolutely...

How We Can Help You Find Relief from that Aching Jaw, Face, and Teeth Jun 17th, 2020

According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, 5-12%  of adults worldwide have problems and pain related to the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) in their jaws. Women seem to be affected more often than men, and younger adults tend to experience more pain. A TMJ disorder can create a...

It's Not Just Snoring: The Dangers of Sleep Apnea and How We Can Help May 1st, 2020

Loud snoring is a hallmark sign of sleep apnea, a serious condition that affects more than 18 million adults in the United States. But its consequences go well beyond keeping your bedmate awake. Sleep apnea can also severely impact your health, increasing your risk for such issues as high blood...