Montgomery Family Dental Blog
May 12, 2019
Snoring can be more than just an annoyance for others; it can also be a sign of sleep apnea, a potentially life-threatening condition that affects your breathing during sleep. While it can have many different causes – sleeping posture, alcohol consumption, sleep deprivation – there is one health factor that can put you at higher risk: your weight. Here’s how weight problems can be linked to sleep apnea in Marysville.(more…)
April 7, 2019
If you’re a woman and you hear the word, “menopause,” you probably start to think about aging, hot flashes, night sweats, and being extremely uncomfortable. But did you know that women who suffer from sleep apnea in Marysville and menopause have a much more difficult time? Let’s take a look at the connection between the two and various treatment options.(more…)
March 8, 2019
That daytime drowsiness you’re feeling might be nothing more than a passing problem. Then again, it may be a sign that you’re suffering from sleep apnea in Marysville. Other common symptoms of apnea include loud snoring, headache upon awakening, and breath stoppages during rest. A sleep dentist can help you attain relief by authorizing a sleep study, examining your airways for signs of the condition, or creating a customized oral appliance to help you breathe better at night.(more…)
January 14, 2019
You’re at your child’s basketball game, cheering them on. They are hustling, playing their hardest, when suddenly, they get accidentally elbowed in the face. A tooth gets chipped, and your child is bleeding. You have a dental emergency. What do you do? How do you react? If you haven’t made an dental emergency plan, you may start to feel panicked.
Right after a dental emergency occurs is not the best time to try to determine the right course of action. To protect you and your family, decide now what you will do so that you can act quickly and efficiently. You need to make an emergency plan. Here is some advice for what to do from your emergency dentist in Marysville.(more…)
December 15, 2018
The height of flu season are the months of December through March, which means there’s a chance you’ll be taking some form of medication, but what effect will it have on your oral health? Read on to learn about 4 flu season tips that will enhance your dental wellness.(more…)
November 21, 2018
With the explosion of the Information Era, for almost anything you need done, there is some form of online tutorial available that explains how to do it yourself (DIY). Your dentist says there are some procedures, though, that should be left only for trained professionals to perform. One of them is the placement of braces. Learn 6 reasons why it’s a bad idea to attempt an orthodontic treatment on your own.
October 9, 2018
An alarming statistic shows that of the people with dental insurance, only 2.8% will max coverage by the end of the year. That results in millions of people missing out on the dental care they need and leaving themselves vulnerable to a host of oral health problems. Your local dentist says there is a simple and easy way to reverse this trend, and you’ll learn about it as you continue reading!
August 29, 2018
We’ve all visited the dentist and left with simple oral care advice: “Make sure you’re flossing your teeth every day!” But have you ever wondered why flossing is so important? This simple act does so much more for your teeth and mouth than just removing debris from your last meal. Continue reading to find out why flossing is one of the best things you can do for your oral health, and how a good routine can improve your smile.
June 12, 2018
As a parent, one of your concerns is whether your children are following through with the oral hygiene practices that are necessary to maintain good dental health. Furthermore, you find it challenging to keep them motivated about oral care. Thankfully, with the technological explosion that has taken place over the past few years, there are alternative methods for keeping them fully engaged. As part of this revolution, there are now several online apps that will help you in your quest. Read on to learn about them!
April 26, 2018
If you’re doing everything in your power to keep your mouth in outstanding condition, but still have cavities this post is for you. Unfortunately, there are some patients who can be more prone to cavities than others.
That doesn’t mean that this statement is the “end all be all” of your oral health. You can still work to prevent cavities with the help of your local dentist. Let’s explore what makes some people cavity prone and how to avoid them in this week’s blog post.