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Diabetes and Tooth Loss Are Dental Implants a Solution?

By Joseph M. Arzadon

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is ... Continue Reading

The Mouth Is The Gateway To The Body So Your Overall Health Begins With Good Oral Health

By Sheri Salartash, DDS, FAGD

If you think about it, the mouth is key to our heath. We talk, we chew, we swallow, we show emotions and smile. The mouth ... Continue Reading

Side Effects: Medications and Oral Health

By Marcos Grande, DDS, PC

Medical problems are things none of us ask for but many of us have, and with medical problems come medications. Unfortunately, along with medications come ... Continue Reading

Your Apnea Oral Appliance Isn’t Working

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

A useful tool when encountering an obstacle or an unwanted outcome is to wonder why and determine what is happening that may be producing the ... Continue Reading

The Mouth-Body Connection Your Oral Hygiene Helps Keep You Well

By Duke H. Kim, DDS, MAGD

Smile big, and smile proud. Take care of your mouth, for it may be the first step in achieving great overall medicinal health. There have ... Continue Reading

Oral Screenings with VELscope

By Duke H. Kim, DDS, MAGD

Were you aware that in North America, one person dies every hour from oral cancer? It is estimated that over 36,000 Americans were diagnosed with ... Continue Reading

The Oral Appliance Challenge

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

If oral appliances used to treat snoring and sleep apnea worked and fit in essentially the same way, also if the mouth, jaws, tongue and ... Continue Reading

Oral Cancer Are You At Risk?

By Snehal Patel, DDS, MD

According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, close to 36,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year. Of those 36,000 newly diagnosed ... Continue Reading

Sleep Apnea and Impaired Oral Function How Dentistry Relates to Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

In previous Your Health Magazine articles, I discussed my observations on how the body prioritizes for its survival, as illustrated in the CPR (cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation) sequence ... Continue Reading

Oral Appliances For Sleep Apnea Improve Insomnia

By Arthur M. Strauss, DDS

The Mayo Clinic and various medical dictionaries suggest that insomnia is a persistent disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay ... Continue Reading