Typically the best treatment for severe sleep apnea is C.P.A.P. (continuous positive airway pressure). For patients suffering from mild to moderate sleep apnea, our Surrey dentist may suggest other treatment options that could help to relieve your symptoms.
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If you're looking to replace a number of missing teeth, dental bridges and dental implants are both natural looking options. That said, both have their pros and cons. Our Surrey dentists explain more about dental implants vs dental bridges.
Here are some tips on how you should prepare for a safe and successful dental sedation appointment.
One benefit of Invisalign is that patients can remove the clear aligners in order to to eat, drink, and care for their teeth. However, this key benefit can make it tempting to remove aligners more often, and longer, than prescribed. That’s where compliance indicators can help.
Dental sedation is not generally offered for routine dental x-rays, cleanings or checkups; however, we may be able to offer sedation in these situations for patients suffering from extreme anxiety. Here, our Surrey dentists explain a little more.
People suffering from sleep apnea experience breathing pauses frequently during sleep. The following are a few of the reasons people experience sleep apnea.
Since there are a number of steps involved in the dental implant process healing will also involve multiple steps. However, there are other factors which also have an influence on how long the healing process will take these include the patient's overall health and the number of teeth being replaced.