Can Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea (POSA) Therapy Give Your Mind and Body the Healthy Sleep You Need?

When it comes to your sleep quality, various factors can impact how well you sleep. Things like your bedroom’s sleep ambiance, your nighttime rituals, how much you weigh, and even your routine daily habits can affect your sleep quality. One of the biggest factors affecting sleep arises from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This common sleep disorder affects nearly 25 million... read more »

Orthognathic Surgery for TMJ and Sleep Apnea Can Help You Restore Your Health

Orthognathic surgery, or jaw surgery, is how our doctors correct the irregularities of the jawbones while also realigning the jaws and the teeth for a better bite and improved appearance. This corrective jaw surgery fixes skeletal abnormalities of the face and the jaw and can also be performed to fix the airways for those suffering from sleep apnea. Problems With... read more »

Summertime Exercises That Can Help You Sleep Better

When it comes to your sleep quality, some exercises can help you fall asleep faster, sleep longer and get a better night’s sleep. You do not want to exercise strenuously right before bedtime because it will increase your heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure and spike your adrenaline, all of which stimulate your sympathetic nervous system. Strenuous exercise increases the... read more »

How Do You Know if You Have a Temporomandibular Joint Disorder or TMJ/TMD?

When you touch the sides of your jaw where they connect to your skull, you are feeling the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) which works like a sliding hinge. Covered with cartilage, these joints separate your skull from the bone by a tiny, shock-absorbing disc that allows you to open and close your jaw freely, smoothly and without pain. Feeling Jaw Pain?... read more »

Dentures Are Still an Amazing Tooth Replacement Choice!

When it comes to your natural teeth, they are your best version to have. That’s why you want to brush and floss every day and see your dentist twice a year. But whether from the ravages of time, injury or genetics, some or all of your teeth may eventually need to be replaced. One of the longest-standing tooth replacement options... read more »