Use a Tongue-Stabilizing Snore Guard for a Better Night’s Sleep

Snoring is a common problem that affects many American bedrooms. However, snoring and breathing interruption that results from sleep apnea can be a very serious problem that has serious complications. Fortunately, there are several different treatment options available to help address snoring problems. Before trying a particular treatment option, you should talk to your physician… Read more »

Two-Stage TMJ Treatment

Your temporomandibular joints, or the TMJ, play an important role in the function of your jaw. The TMJ connects your jawbone to the rest of your skull, and in conjunction with a series of ligaments and muscles, the TMJ helps you chew and speak. If you have any problems with your TMJ, it can have… Read more »

Does Your Partner Snore? Let Us Help

Having a partner with a snoring problem can be more than just an irritation. Over time, it can seriously strain a relationship. Before you consider sleeping out on the lawn, let us help your partner (and you) sleep better with snoring treatment. Snoring happens when the airway collapses, restricting the flow of air and causing… Read more »

What is TMJ Dentistry?

What do you know about TMJ dentistry? Do you know what you can do if you have problems with your TMJ? Similarly, do you know why it’s important to address issues with your TMJ? You see, your TMJ is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull. If it is damaged or not working… Read more »

Could TMJ Dentistry Help You?

As you probably know, there are many reasons you should visit a dental practice. Naturally, you’ll need to visit a dentist if you have a cracked tooth or a cavity. Similarly, you may visit us if you’re unhappy with the color of your teeth. But, did you know that you may need to visit us… Read more »

The Standard Treatment Strategy for TMJ Disorder

The temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw are composed of a sophisticated ball and socket that functions in concert with muscles and ligaments, enabling you to open your mouth, chew food, and speak. TMJ disorder is a broad term used to describe pain or other problems associated with these joints. Common TMJ disorder symptoms often… Read more »

Finding Headache Relief

If you suffer from chronic, recurring headaches, you are not alone. It is estimated that more than 45 million Americans get them. While nearly two-thirds suffer from migraines, other types of headaches also pose a significant problem. At , we work with patients to solve headache problems stemming from all kinds of sources. The most… Read more »

Are You at Risk for Sleep Apnea?

Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Do you breathe irregularly in your sleep? If so, you may have a sleeping disorder known as sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is common and can affect anyone, but some factors may place you at higher risk of developing the disorder. 1. Physical condition Your body type and health… Read more »

Identifying Causes and Symptoms of TMJ Disorder

The temporomandibular joints, also known as TMJ, are complex ball and socket joints that hinge your jaw, enabling you to chew food, speak and even make some facial expressions. TMJ joints work in concert with muscles and ligaments to perform all of these complex functions. Each TMJ joint has a small disk of cartilage, that… Read more »

A Boil and Bite Snore Guard to help Treat Sleep Apnea

Most people with sleep apnea struggle with snoring issues. It’s important to have your sleep apnea properly diagnosed before exploring your treatment options. Individuals with severe sleep apnea often need a positive pressure treatment device known as a CPAP machine in order to get a good night’s sleep. However, if you suffer from mild to… Read more »