208, 2018

Migraines Keep Charles Frazier Out When the Yankees Need Him

By |August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Headaches, Migraines, TMJ|

As the New York Yankees continue to trail the Boston Red Sox, they find themselves without one of their big hitters. Aaron Judge, right fielder, left the July 26th game against the Royals with a [...]

1907, 2018

Poll: A Quarter of Americans Have Nightmares about Their Teeth

By |July 19th, 2018|Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry, Gum Disease, Oral Health|

Does this sound familiar? You start to take a bite out a crispy apple or corn on the cob, only instead of getting a mouth full of kernels, you get a mouth full of teeth [...]

2106, 2018

All Seniors Should Be Tested for Sleep Apnea, but 90% Aren’t–Study

By |June 21st, 2018|Categories: Sleep Apnea|

is a potentially deadly condition. Fortunately, it’s . However, we can’t treat sleep apnea if we don’t know that a person has it. And that’s the big challenge of the condition, getting [...]

706, 2018

New Dental Crown Materials Are Strong, Beautiful, and Biocompatible

By |June 7th, 2018|Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry, Reconstructive Dentistry|

are very common and versatile restorations. They can be used for reconstructive dentistry to preserve and restore damaged teeth. They can also be used for cosmetic dentistry to give teeth more attractive proportions [...]

2405, 2018

Muscle Relaxants Aren’t the Only Way to Relax a Tense Jaw

By |May 24th, 2018|Categories: Facial Pain, Stress, TMJ|

Most jaw pain related to is caused by sore muscles. When your jaw muscles can’t relax, they will get sore, which causes the persistent jaw pain, facial pain, and headaches that people often [...]