TMJ – Why Your Jaw Could Be Popping

TMJ – Why Your Jaw Could Be Popping

If Your Jaw Is Locking or Popping, It Could Be TMJ Have you ever woken up with severe pain in your jaw, which makes you not even to laugh? That feeling that your jaw is locked up? This may be because you are suffering from Temporomandibular Dysfunction TMD also at...
The Purpose of Sleep

The Purpose of Sleep

Over the years, there has been a debate on the importance of sleep. Scientists argue that for the brain to function properly, it needs enough rest which is acquired through sleep. Not having enough sleep may actually be catastrophic. You may fell sleepy during the...
Recognizing If You Have Gingivitis

Recognizing If You Have Gingivitis

If you have seen a TV commercial for most types of mouth washes, then you have heard them mention that it fights Gingivitis. The trouble is that most people don’t even know what it is. So let’s talk about it for just a couple of minutes. If your gums are...
Are You Getting Punched In The Ribs

Are You Getting Punched In The Ribs

Are you waking up in the morning with sore ribs? Is you spouse not getting any sleep at night because you are snoring so loudly? Do you have to go to another room, end up on the couch or in the recliner because of your snoring? You may think it is funny, but the fact...
Dental Implants For Single or Multiple Teeth

Dental Implants For Single or Multiple Teeth

When you lose teeth, it creates more problems than just leaving an unsightly gap in your smile. After the loss of the tooth, you will begin noticing that the surrounding jawbone begins to deteriorate without the root of the tooth to support and stimulate growth of...
Watch That Sugar

Watch That Sugar

You have heard the old saying “they have a sweet tooth.” We all know somebody who does or we may even have one ourselves. The truth is that sugar can really be a detriment to our health. We know that no one wants to hear that because we all like a little...
Causes and Risk of Sleep Apnea

Causes and Risk of Sleep Apnea

The most restorative and restful time of the day for the human body is supposed to be during our sleep time. However, this doesn’t prove true for those with OSA. Their apneic events wake them hundreds of times a night, when their are breath pauses, disturbing what...

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