April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and though it may be wrapping up within the week, oral cancer isn’t something we should focus on for just one month.
Many of us can’t remember our first dental visits. But we do remember acquiring general dental anxiety as the years have gone on. And while we may find it challenging to reverse this in ourselves, we can try to teach today’s children a positive dental mindset. They are the future, you know.
Do you ever wake up with headaches? Do you have excessive wear on your teeth?
Crooked, gapped or crowded teeth — they don’t do your smile any favors. But once you’re past the age of 16 or so, you probably feel like you missed the boat on metal braces.
Oral cancer – understandably, these are two words we often don’t like to talk about. Educating yourself about this disease, though, is the best way to protect yourself and your family. Take a moment and get the facts about this formidable foe, and what you can do to keep your smile healthy and safe.
If you can relate to these situations, you might suffer from sleep apnea: When you wake up you feel tired, even after a full nights’ sleep. Your family members complain about snoring or mention that you stop breathing during the night. The Facts According to the American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA), some 20 million adults are affected by this […]