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Exposing the Truth About Common Dental Implant Myths

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Tooth loss as an adult is not nearly as exciting as it is as a child. In fact, it can evoke a sense of fear about how your smile will be affected. Losing baby teeth usually earns you bragging rights on the playground and money under your pillow. As an adult, the only thing you’ll […]

4 Tips for How to Handle a Dental Emergency

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“Moooooooom, I lost my front tooth!” Hearing this statement as a parent can make your heart skip a beat. What happens next all depends on who spoke the words. When spoken by your six year old, these words are quite normal to hear, and can even bring about joy and excitement about the tooth fairy […]

Your Headaches, Broken Teeth, Jaw Pain Could Be Related

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Are you experiencing unexplainable headaches during the day? Do you wake up with intense jaw pain? These are both common symptoms of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. You have two temporomandibular joints, one on either side of your jaw, which connect your lower jawbone to your skull. These joints help you speak, chew, and communicate nonverbally […]

Dr. Johnson Could Help Your Energy Level with Sleep Apnea Treatment

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If you find yourself yawning throughout your workday or pining for that next cup of coffee, you may suffer from sleep apnea. This medical condition can affect your energy levels by holding you back from achieving adequate levels of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep at night. REM sleep is a crucial part of sleeping; without […]

Dispelling Myths About Baby Teeth

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At Oracle Family Dental we want all of our patients and their families to have healthy and happy smiles, across the board. For many parents, oral hygiene for babies and children is, unfortunately, learned through trial and error. Pediatricians and baby books may offer guidance on caring for children’s oral health, but some myths about […]