Month: September 2014

Are we condemning our children to a future of pain, dysfunction, and snoring/sleep apnea (a potential life threatening condition)?

  In the last several years, much information has come to light regarding the role of jaw orthopedics in relationship to head and neck pain, upper airway obstruction (UAO), and damage to the teeth and cervical spine. Poor orthopedic development of the jaws is something that occurs in early childhood and should be diagnosed no […]

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3 Healthy Foods Surprisingly Bad for Your Teeth

  You know how the old saying goes: “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Is that actually true? Probably not, but many times we can mistake this sort of “common knowledge” as being grounded in truth. With that theme in mind, we want to share three foods you probably thought were in the […]

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