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DO I NEED A SLEEP DENTIST
Is snoring really a “dental’ issue?
I am exhausted. What can i do?
What exactly us “Sleep Apnea”?
Are there alternatives for CPAP?
Can you help give me my life back?
Can I afford Sleep disorder treatment?
Four more reasons to choose All Smiles Dental
1. STAY HEALTHY
Without your health, you have nothing. We’ve all heard it and we all ignore it… until our health is on the line. When you take good care of your oral health, you are immediately impacting your overall health. Maintenance and prevention are just as key when taking care of your teeth, as they are when taking care of your body. With cleaning, check-ups and at home care, you can prevent heart attacks, diabetes and other harmful illnesses from entering your body. Oral health matters…
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2. LOOK GREAT
You know the old saying “you only have one chance to make a good first impression”? Well, we couldn’t agree more. When your smile is healthy and bright and sparkling, you will want the world to see it. A smile make-over not only will improve your smile, but it will improve your self-esteem, your career, your relationships, your love life and your over health. From teeth whitening to dental implants to porcelain veneers – you can create the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Find out what you can do to make a great first impression.
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3. RELIEVE PAIN
When you are living in pain from migraines, jaw and neck discomfort and facial tenderness… well, that’s not really living. When your jaw and ultimately your bite, is unaligned, is adds stress and strain to your jaw joint (TMJ). This stress causes headaches, muscle aches, stiffness in your neck and shoulders and can even leave tingling in your fingertips and ringing in your ear. A neuromuscular dentist can re-align your jaw, bringing relief to your entire body. Find out how TMJ works and what this mean for you.
4. DENTAL IMPLANTS
Almost anyone who has lost a tooth, several teeth or even all of their teeth is a candidate for dental implants. In fact, the profession has undergone great advances in the capabilities of dental restoration. Conventional restorative dental crowns, bridges, partial and full dentures are now considered old-fashioned and obsolete compared to the more successful treatment of dental implant–supported restorative dentistry.