2018

3 Health Benefits Of Dental Implants

Visiting your dentist regularly, brushing and flossing, and eating well are all helpful if you want to have a healthy and appealing smile. Unfortunately, issues may still arise, affecting your mouth, teeth, and gums in a negative way. While surprising to learn, an estimated 120 million people in the United States are missing at least one tooth. This tooth loss may have occurred via an injury or an underlying dental condition, such as decay or gum disease. Read More 

How Sleep Apnea Can Directly Affect Your Partner

Sleep apnea is a condition that causes you to snore as your throat muscles relax and collapse while you are asleep. Obviously, this isn't good for you and it can affect a lot of areas of your life, including your heart. However, there is another area of your life that your sleep apnea can be affecting and that is your spouse. While you should seek treatment for yourself, you should be even more motivated to do so knowing that it is affecting your loved one as well. Read More 

Living With TMJ? Tips On What You Can Do To Find Relief

If you are someone who suffers from temporomandibular joint dysfunction, you're familiar with the hardships that come along with it. The pain which radiates down from your ear, jaw, and neck can cause so much discomfort that you often find yourself trying to do whatever you can to avoid the pain. If the changes that you've been making don't seem to be giving you the relief that you seek, keep reading to learn a few tips that you can start using immediately that just might do the trick. Read More 

Four Things You Should Know About Urgent Care Clinics

Urgent care facilities have been opening up all across the country and continue to expand the areas that they service, and they are now an important part of a person's health care. If you have never used one before, there are a few things you should understand about this type of health care service. Urgent care clinics are not emergency rooms If you have a health emergency that may be life threatening, you need an emergency room. Read More 

Have High Blood Pressure? Find Out What You Can Do To Lower It And Live A Healthier Life

If you've just found out your blood pressure is a bit too high, taking certain steps to lower your blood pressure is important. People with high blood pressure are at a much greater risk of suffering from a heart attack or stroke as the heart muscles become weaker and weaker over time. Some people live with high blood pressure without even realizing it because there aren't many noticeable signs or symptoms of the condition. Read More