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Cure for Obstructive Sleep Apnea?! Mighty big words for an ailment that inflicts millions of people around the world today and with millions more being diagnosed every year. If you read my blog posted a few years ago on obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and the other on AM re-positioners then you have the history of how...continue reading
Cape Dental Care is excited to announce a new site that highlights dental implants for patients in Cape Coral. DentalImplantsCapeCoral.com will have a variety of patient education articles, case studies, and patient testimonials. This new site will provide our current and new patients with plenty of information to make a good consumer decision. Dental implants are the best...continue reading
“Where can I find toothpaste with xylitol?” is a question we are asked everyday at Cape Dental Care. Unfortunately, to purchase manufactured xylitol toothpaste you will have to either go to a specialty health food store or order it over the internet. It is usually more expensive than regular brand toothpastes ($6 plus shipping) and...continue reading
Patients that are missing teeth in the back of their upper jaw may not be ideal candidates for dental implants if they have large sinuses. The maxillary sinus is a large, air filled cavity that often expands after the upper teeth are removed. Often times a sinus lift procedure is needed before dental implants can...continue reading
Inject EndoRez root canal sealer with care (or use a different technique) when treating PDL endo/perio lesions.
Practically every week of the year at Cape Dental Care we will have someone come in with a toothache that ends up being diagnosed sinusitis. Their symptoms include: Sore upper posterior teeth (percussion, usually more than one) Feeling sensitive/swollen to the touch on their cheek Headaches Stuffy nose (runny nose, possibly green or yellow...continue reading
Why you have jaw/bite problems in the morning after wearing a night guard, oral sleep appliance or retainer.
Savior or poison? The answer is both! Living through 25+ years of treating patients with fluoride, I have heard it all. A large majority of my patient do not give having fluoride a second thought. It is simply something you need to have to maintain a healthy dentition. However, there is a small minority of...continue reading