Sleep Loss Can Be Deadly – Get Help for Your Sleep Apnea

“The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life.” is a quote from sleep expert and neuroscientist, Matthew Walker. Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for people of all ages, and while needs may vary, adults should be getting seven to nine hours a night for good health. Sleep deprivation can have serious consequences on... Read more »

At-Home Self Care for TMJ

If you find yourself experiencing TMJ symptoms that are mild and infrequent, they often go away on their own. This sometimes can take weeks or months depending on what you do to help it dissipate. This is a good time to help alleviate symptoms by temporarily sticking to a soft food or blended diet instead... Read more »

Finding the Right Sleep Apnea Appliance

Our team can help you manage sleep apnea with the help of an oral appliance or mouthpiece. We specialize in correcting teeth or jaw problems and will ensure that your oral appliance is custom fit to your mouth and jaw so it will stay in place while you sleep. This type of treatment is typically... Read more »

Sleep Apnea and How We Can Help

An increasingly common medical condition in the U.S. is sleep apnea, and those most susceptible are the following demographics–African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics. With sleep apnea, your chest and diaphragm muscles have to work harder to open up blocked airways so they can bring air into the lungs. You may not be aware of... Read more »

Knowing When You Have TMJ

Are you constantly having problems pain or difficulty opening and closing your jaw? If you are constantly dealing with problems with your TMJs, or temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder, you are not alone. Millions of your fellow Americans are also dealing with some form of chronic facial pain, which is in fact, the most frequent... Read more »

Smile Takeovers: Sleep Apnea

Are you aware of the risks associated with sleep apnea and what you can do to help keep your teeth and gums safe? Sleep apnea typically arises with individuals who have a sleeping disorder in which irregular breathing patterns can arise while they sleep. In many cases, it can cause severe health risks including heart… Read more »

Dentistry Improvements: TMJ Treatments

Are you familiar with common causes of TMJ disorders and how they arise? A TMJ disorder, also known as a temporomandibular joint disorder, is a condition in which the joints in your jaw are damaged. Due to the complex nature of your TMJs, it is important to make sure that you always look for any… Read more »

Your Smile and Sleep Apnea

Improving your smile includes effective sleep apnea prevention and treatment care. Sleep apnea has many causes and risk factors that can produce the disorder. However, it must be effectively treated to help lower your risk of suffering further problems. If sleep apnea goes untreated, it can lead to high blood pressure, stroke and even heart… Read more »

TMJ: All You Need to Know

Do you suffer from the TMJ disorder? If so, then you have pain, discomfort and limited function in your jaw joints. These joints are called the temporomandibular joints. The temporomandibular joints allow you to open and close your mouth. In fact, they help you chew, talk and swallow. So, when you suffer from the TMJ… Read more »

The Two Main Types of Sleep Apnea

Did you know there are two main types of sleep apnea? Yes, it’s true! Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that causes your air flow to be disrupted while you sleep. This condition is serious and can lead to many oral health problems. That is why, our s, Dr. Chase Bennett and Dr. James Bieneman… Read more »