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How Can I Manage Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea can be more than simply a nuisance for you or your partner, and when left untreated, this common condition can severely impact your overall health. In addition to snoring and gasping for air, common symptoms of sleep apnea may include cognitive impairment, memory loss, a compromised immune system, […]

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How Is Alzheimer’s Connected to Sleep Issues?

According to new research, poor quality of sleep can increase a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. This is because when you don’t get enough sleep – due to constant interruptions – the protein known as beta-amyloid builds up in the body and further disrupts your ability to sleep. This […]

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What Are The Side Effects Of Sedation Dentistry?

At Aesthetic Dental Care, we offer two different types of sedation to help our patients feel more comfortable. One option is oral conscious sedation, which utilizes a small pill taken by mouth an hour before your visit. A second option is IV sedation, which is administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist […]

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What Types Of Sedation Are Used At The Dentist?

If you put off going to the dentist due to anxiety, you are not alone. Millions of Americans are affected by dental phobia each year and many suffer health consequences as a result. At Aesthetic Dental Care, we can use state-of-the-art techniques to prevent dental phobia from coming in between […]

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Sleep Apnea May Increase Your Chances of Getting Pneumonia

Normally people would not describe sleep apnea as being dangerous. However, if you were to consult a doctor, they’d tell you that sleep apnea could be a predecessor of more serious and potentially life-threatening health conditions. Sleep apnea occurs when you stop breathing during sleep and oxygen is cut off […]

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Did You Know Insomnia May Increase Your Risk for Stroke?

When you think about improving your health, what do you think about? Typically, people only focus on their diet and exercise routines and don’t think about their sleeping habits. There are millions of people who aren’t getting enough sleep, and it can significantly impact their health. People who can’t fall […]

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Could Sleep Apnea Be the Cause of Your Diabetes?

It has been shown that not getting enough sleep, as well as sleep disturbances throughout the night, are directly linked to the development of metabolic disease–specifically, obesity and Type 2 diabetes. Recognizing this dangerous connection, our cosmetic dentist, Dr. Jerry Strauss, emphasizes the importance of identifying those at risk, which […]

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