How Can a Dentist Give You a Better Night's Sleep?

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), somewhere between 50-70 million adult Americans suffer from some sort of sleep or wakefulness disorder, and the number of car crashes due to drivers falling asleep at the wheel is on the rise. The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) estimates that 25 million Americans are not getting a good night’s sleep due to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). At Dentalways, we recommend Oral Appliance Therapy as a noninvasive alternative to traditional OSA treatments.

30 Minutes To a Whiter, Brighter Smile

As the millennial generation comes of age, bringing with them their fascination with documenting every moment of their lives and capturing memories with the perfect Instagram filter, it should come as no surprise that more and more Americans are chasing after that whiter than real life look for their teeth. At DentalWays, Dr. Khullar offers laser teeth whitening and bleaching options to help patients achieve their tooth whitening goals.

The Super Power of Dental Implants

Many people are afraid of the American Pitbull Terrier due to their powerful bite averaged at 235 psi of force, but what they might not realize is that the healthy human mouth normally exerts 200 psi, so their bite is not that much more powerful than our own. It’s just a good thing humans don’t go around biting each other. If you have been losing teeth, dental implants from Dentalways can help preserve that power.

Women and Sleep Apnea

The profile of a typical sleep apnea patient is an older, overweight male. Of the 22 million Americans currently receiving treatment, most tend to fit that bill. However, experts believe that many women are living with sleep apnea due to misunderstanding of the disorder. Women are often diagnosed with other conditions that are likely connected to sleep apnea, but not the core problem.

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