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Does Missing Teeth Impact Nutrition?

When it comes to missing teeth, one of the biggest disadvantages is something you might not even think about. Nutrition is one of the most major areas affected by missing …

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Long-Term Sleep Apnea Treatment for Children

Is your child snoring? Struggling with breathing problems at night, sleepiness during the day, obesity, behavior or attention problems? Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may be to blame. Unfortunately, removal of …

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TAP PAP Nasal Pillow, Custom Fit With Us

Introducing an oral appliance called TAP PAP. It is designed to hold the nasal pillows of a CPAP Mask for obstructive sleep apnea. This new oral mouthpiece eliminates the need …

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Mouth Breathing Key to Health

A recent article by Spear Education reconfirms why Dr. Khan feels it is so key to you and your child’s health to evaluate for mouth breathing. It is crucial to …

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Why Is Your Child Snoring?

Nothing is sweeter than a sleeping child. Sometimes, however, their snores become the thing of nightmares, indicating a serious yet treatable condition. Many children today have upper-airway problems that can …

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Metal-Free Dentistry: Pure Ceramic White Implants

Metal-free dentistry is growing trend in the dental industry. More and more patients are requesting alternative materials for restorative dental procedures that don’t include metal. This used to present a …

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Dentistry for Health Offers Pediatric Learning Lab

Growing Skilled, Informed, Confident Kids for a Lifetime of Dental Health At Dentistry for Health, we’re committed to changing how children (and parents) feel about dental health and dentistry. We …

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Working Out & Your Teeth

Did you know one of the most important things to think about when consistently working out is your teeth? From standard things like consuming sugary sports drinks and developing dry …

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Arthritis & Gum Disease May Be Linked

Are your swollen, painful joints caused by poor oral health? It’s very possible, according to a recent study by researchers from the University of Louisville. Results showed that when a …

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