If you break your arm or cut your finger, you know that it’s time to go to the emergency room. But what happens if you have a dental emergency and what qualifies as one? While an emergency room trip may still be needed, it’s important to know if you should call us for emergency dental … Continue reading What is a Dental Emergency and Why Emergency Dental Care is Important
Choosing the right solution for your missing teeth can depend on multiple factors, and dentures and dental implants have their own advantages and disadvantages to also take into consideration. Missing teeth are unhealthy for your oral health and can also impact your self-esteem and your smile. That’s where tooth replacement options come in at GPS … Continue reading Tooth Replacement: Choosing Between Dental Implants and Dentures
Let’s talk about how sleep apnea affects immune system … Are you going to bed every night, but waking up feeling cranky, tired, and drowsy? You may not be getting as much sleep as you think you are, and you definitely aren’t alone. Approximately 25 million adults in the U.S. suffer from this chronic condition. … Continue reading Sleep Apnea Affects Immune System: Is Your Immune System at Risk?
Nobody has time to be sick in bed for a few days! Life often moves quickly, and we may try to eat healthier, exercise, etc. to contribute to staying healthy and sick-free. While these things are definitely helpful for your wellbeing, did you know that you can also greatly strengthen your immune system by staying … Continue reading Strengthen Your Immune System through Oral Hygiene/Care
Most Oral Problems Don’t Cause Pain, Unless it’s Serious. Your Dental Exam can detect issues and lead to early diagnosis! Dentists can do so much more for us than find cavities or tell us how to properly brush our teeth! In fact, dental exams can provide us with detection and early diagnosis for multiple diseases … Continue reading Dental Exams Can Lead to Early Diagnosis of Disease
Did you know that Bruxism is a condition where you grind, gnash, or clench your teeth, according to The Mayo Clinic? Not only does this mean you may clench your teeth while you’re awake, but it also means you grind your teeth at night. When you grind at night, it’s also known as sleep bruxism. … Continue reading Are You Clenching or Grinding Your Teeth While You Sleep?
When you come in to see your dentist for a dental exam, you may think of getting your teeth cleaned, maybe an x-ray, and a general checkup. Actually, dental exams include so much for your wellbeing! When we conduct our dental exams, we also look for any warning signs of decay, disease, oral cancer, and … Continue reading Oral Cancer Screenings are Completed During Every Dental Exam
Do you have stressed out oral health? Are you ready to find out how stress affects your oral health. Let’s talk about gum disease, clenching & grinding and other issues that can be magnified by stress. You may think about stress being a factor behind many health problems, but the truth is, stress can also … Continue reading Stressed Out Oral Health: Gum Disease, Clenching and Grinding! Oh My!
Did you know that, according to Mayo Clinic, “Poor dental health increases the risk of a bacterial infection in the blood stream, which can affect the heart valves. There is also a strong connection between diabetes and cardiovascular disease and evidence that people with diabetes benefit from periodontal treatment.” The proof is in the pudding, … Continue reading Whole Body Health: Oral Care Impacts Heart Disease and Diabetes
Missing teeth are more than just an aesthetic problem that affects the look of your smile. Missing teeth also have a major affect on your oral health. Although there are a number of ways you can enhance your smile, dental implants are a product of great progress in the dental industry! In a nutshell, dental … Continue reading Tooth Replacement Option: Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile