Our Delta BC dentists explain how you can help manage sleep apnea - and which actions you can take to support better sleep and overall health.
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It will probably take some time and practice to adjust to eating with your new dentures. Today, our Delta BC dentists share a few recommendations for soft foods to ease the transition.
CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is typically the best way to treat moderate to severe sleep apnea. That said, if you have mild obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), or are looking for ways to help make your CPAP treatment even more effective, there are some lifestyle changes you may want to consider.
At Scott 72 Dental Centre our dentists understand that it's going to take a little time to get used to caring for your new dentures. So, while you're adjusting to your new smile, here are some tips from our Delta BC dentists on how to keep your dentures looking and feeling their very best.
Dental implants and dental bridges are both effective ways to replace a number of missing teeth. In today's blog our Surrey and Delta dentists explain more about dental implants vs dental bridges, to help you decide which is the best tooth replacement option for you.
The symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can negatively impact many aspects of both your mental and physical wellbeing. If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea a dental appliance may help you to reduce your symptoms and wake feeling better.
Our dentists at Scott 72 Dental Centre, may be able to restore the appearance and function of your smile using dental implants. That said, if you lack healthy bone to support the implants, you may require a bone graft before implants can be placed.
Sleep apnea and snoring certainly have some overlapping symptoms but they are very different issues. Here, our Delta dentists explain what sleep apnea is and some of the main differences between sleep apnea and snoring.