Digestion begins in the mouth, where we chew our food and enzymes in our saliva begin breaking down nutrients. Sounds…
Find out how we work with your medical doctor to get you the good night sleep you need.
While snoring may be harmless, it can be a sign of sleep apnea, which can result in more serious medical conditions if left untreated. We’ll discuss oral appliance therapy, which involves the selection, fitting and use of a specially designed oral appliance that, when worn during sleep, can help maintain an open airway. Learn more about snoring and sleep apnea treatment and discover how a dentist can help.
Seats are limited. Refreshments will be provided.