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Why Do I Snore?

Friday, August 27, 2010

Snoring is common – most people snore occasionally – but is not a welcomed physical phenomenon. Snoring is noisy, disturbing, can affect the quality of your sleep and prevents your bedroom partner from having a peaceful night! So what are the causes and treatments of snoring? Technically speaking, snoring is defined as the vibration of respiratory structures and the resulting sound, due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping. In some cases the sound may be soft, but in most c...Read More

Who needs laughing gas or nitrous oxide?

Saturday, August 7, 2010

"May I have some laughing gas please?" is a popular request among the "high anxiety" or "wants to get away" group.Nitrous oxide gas (nitrous oxide and oxygen (N20-02)) is affectionately known as "laughing gas" due to its euphoric qualities when inhaled.Discovered in 1772 by Humphrey Davy, he had this to say about its effects: "On the day when the inflammation was the most troublesome, I breathed three large doses of nitrous oxide. The pain always diminished after the first four or five inspirati...Read More

A Message for Your Manalapan Dental Team

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Autumn has a very distinct feel—the air is cooler, kids are back at school, and in many ways, is a time of new beginnings. Maybe you have dental appointments you have delayed, this is a great time to move forward toward oral health. For us, the fall marks the beginning of a new year of study club meetings and continuing education courses that we attend to keep us at the forefront of dental care.Our team is focused on education, both in the classroom and with our patients.We have spent countless ...Read More

What Are Implant Dentures?

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Loose, ill fitting traditional dentures can be devastating to active adults who fear to eat, speak, smile, or laugh in public. Often the reason for looseness is not poor fit, but that the bony structures that support and retain the dentures (ridges or arches) are inadequate to give the kind of retention and stability that is needed to effectively support the denture for comfort, ease of speaking, and function. Over time, denture wearer's retention only worsens due to continual bone loss (atrophy...Read More

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