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Can Dr. Courey Help My Sleep Apnea?

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Have you ever woken up feeling tired? Have you ever fallen asleep while driving? Even if you went to sleep early last night? Do you snore? Sleep apnea could be playing a role. There are countless undiagnosed and untreated cases of sleep apnea in our society (which have been linked to car accidents and machinery accidents from sufferers of sleep apnea, causing operator error).The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea. It is a disorder in which a person periodically pauses bre...Read More

Get to know Manalapan Prosthodontist Dr. James Courey

Monday, October 26, 2009

Dr. James Courey is a prosthodontist. This is the highest standard of trained restorative & cosmetic dentistry available in the world. A prosthodontist is a Registered Specialist Dentist who has undergone at least 3 years extra training. He has been a dentist for 22 years and is an experienced provider of advanced, high quality, comprehensive dentistry. Dr. Courey received his Prosthodontic Specialty Certificate from New York City's Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Ce...Read More

Anti-Aging in Dentistry

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Anti-Aging is something of a buzzword in today"s marketplace: the medical community, the marketing community and nearly every community in between seems to have been captured by this craze. What exactly is anti-aging? The concept is to reduce the visual signs of a person's age to make one appear younger, more vibrant and more beautiful. While there are a range of methods and procedures available to the public to accomplish anti-aging, the patient themselves must be willing to make changes to his...Read More

Get Full, Sexy Lips

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Full, sexy and luscious lips! It's something that nearly all women -  and some men - long after, some even go to the plastic surgeon to obtain them! Full lips are attractive and can make you look younger and more full of life. When lips spread wide to reveal beautiful smiles, accentuating cheek bones are the perfect accessory for an attractive and healthy image. Save your money and peace of mind, try these easy lip exercises to stimulate collagen production and get a fuller looking lips. Th...Read More

Kidney and Mouth Connection

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

As we've learned time in and time out, the oral cavity is integrally and systematically linked to the health of various other bodily systems - here we are focusing on kidneys. The kidneys serve for the production of urine as their primary function, excreting unnecessary bodily fluids and compounds. Kidneys also have several secondary functions concerned with homeostatic functions. These include the regulation of electrolytes, acid-base balance, and blood pressure. If you have kidney problems, ap...Read More

Different Types of Dentures

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

There are two types of dentures: complete and partial. Complete dentures replace your entire set of upper or lower teeth, while partial dentures, with their metal framework, replace multiple missing teeth.Partial dentures are usually the most economical solution to replace missing teeth. If your partial denture is designed by an expert dentist like Dr. Courey, the results can be very beautiful and natural looking. The patient pictured at left had crowns on her front teeth and a partial denture t...Read More

Signs of Eating Disorders in the Mouth

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The two most common eating disorders, especially among young American women, are bulimia and anorexia nervosa. Both disorders stem from psychological issues, which result in the sufferer’s depriving his or her body of essential nutrients. Dental offices are one of the few places where the physical damages that may accompany these disorders can be detected. Bulimia is characterized by compulsive overeating (binging) followed by self-induced purging, whereas anorexia nervosa is marked by extreme ...Read More

Codeine Can Kill

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

How could this be happening? Medication that is supposed to help and make a patient feeling better produces a deadly reaction?Simple outpatient surgical procedures - which are performed in clinics, doctor offices and dental practices on a daily basis - which require mild to moderate painkillers is customary and routine may turn out to be fatal. The case in question occurred last weekend when an otherwise healthy 2-year-old boy died after being prescribed codeine to relieve pain from having his t...Read More

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