Help Your Sleep Apnea With a Quick Trip To the Dentist

| November 13, 2013

We all know a night spent tossing and turning makes for a miserable groggy morning after. However, if you suffer from sleep apnea that very well may be a daily occurrence. Those that have been diagnosed with the condition experience a reduction or pause in airflow during sleep, which results

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How Snoring And Dentistry Are Connected

| August 27, 2013

Sleep apnea is more than annoying; it’s dangerous.  The disorder can cause patients to pause breathing as many as thirty times an hour throughout the course of a night’s sleep.  If you’ve been diagnosed, you’re among the 18 million Americans with sleep apnea.  Left untreated, the condition can lead to

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Stay Healthy and save money with preventative Dental Care

| May 6, 2013

YES, WE ALL LIVE ON BUDGETS, right? But how many people have a dental care budget?  When life throws us a curve ball, it can be tempting to postpone our dental treatments. Resist that temptation! There’s a better way to save money and stay healthy: A Preventative Dental Care Plan. Part 1:

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Dispelling the Misperceptions about Root Canals

| March 17, 2013

March 17–23 is Root Canal Awareness Week. We know there are misperceptions out there about root canal therapy. We also know that it’s a topic people don’t typically visit about in a favorable light. Root canal therapy has always been a bit of a “whipping boy” in dentistry—and, its reputation

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The Health Benefits of Straightening Your Teeth

| February 25, 2013

While the psychological benefits of a beautiful smile are widely known, it’s easy to overlook the many health benefits. Truth is, these are equally if not more important, and they deserve some serious consideration. Let’s take a closer look. Fighting Decay Straight teeth are easier to clean, primarily because there

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The Lifespan of fillings, crowns, and other dental restorations

| February 10, 2013

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD someone say that after you cut your finger, and it heals, that the scar tissue is stronger than normal tissue? Some opinions vary, but it appears that this notion is more myth than truth. But what about your teeth and your restorative dental work? Can a filling

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Dentistry put off…. gets expensive

| February 4, 2013

Postponing Routine Dental Work? It Could Cost You Think long and hard before you put off your next visit to your Grandview dentist. While it may be tempting to procrastinate, postponing necessary dental work can complicate your dental health–and increase your costs. At Grandview Dental Care, we’ve witnessed this first-hand

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The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

| June 11, 2012

Are you afraid to go to the dentist?  Did you know that we are a Columbus Ohio sedation dentist that uses IV sedation dentistry to help our anxious patient receive the dentistry they need? Have you been putting off a visit to the dentist for years because you are afraid

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What Is a Food Trap and How Can Your Dentist Fix It?

| April 26, 2012

Have you had a place in your mouth where food gets stuck in between your teeth or your teeth and gums? Is there a spot where you always need to floss after a meal and when you do floss, you pull out a “chunk of gunk“? What is a food

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How safe are dental X-Rays?

| March 19, 2012

Dental x-rays are a quick and painless tool used by your dentist to help care for your teeth and maintain good dental health.  These x-rays expose decay in or between teeth or under fillings that may not be visible during your dental exam. They also can show bone loss, infections,

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