Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder which affects an estimated 22 million Americans. Persons with sleep apnea struggle to breathe regularly while sleeping, stopping and restarting repeatedly throughout the night. This can be caused by genetics or obesity and is generally the result of a restricted airway. This restriction […]

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With so much negativity and stress in the world, dentists are noticing more people clenching their jaws and grinding their teeth.

Can good overall health reduce the risks associated with coronavirus? One thing that research is showing: Good oral health can mean less severe COVID-19 effects.

Maintaining proper oral hygiene during the COVID-19 pandemic is extra important. But it’s also a bit more difficult with many dental offices closed for appointments.

Follow these helpful steps to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Most important: Wash those hands!

The mouth is the gateway to the rest of the body, so keeping it healthy and the lungs clear is vital to protecting against COVID-19.