Soft Tissue Laser - Laser technology’s unique features offer anti-bacterial therapy for gum disease, aesthetic gum recontouring, bone loss, ulcer and “cold sore” treatments and gingival pigmentation reduction.
Biostimulation Laser – This exciting dental technology is a non-invasive high intensity laser that sends the healing/repair signals to damaged cells. It accelerates orthodontic treatment, helps with tooth hypersensitivity, pulpits, trigeminal neuralgia, TMD and paresthesias. The laser penetrates the bone, nerve, muscle, ligament and tendon tissue, and reduces acute and chronic inflammation as well as acute and chronic joint and soft tissue pain. The Biostimulation Laser can also aids in post surgery healing.
Laser Cavity Scanner – Helps detect early cavities that cannot be seen visually or by x-ray, preventing more expensive and extensive procedure. Most importantly it allows us to conserve healthy tooth structure.
Unlike traditional orthodontics, the primary goal of myobrace is to achieve naturally straight teeth for life - often without the need for braces or retainers. Treating the causes of crooked teeth also improves general health and allows children to reach their maximum genetic potential.
The appliances are designed not only to straighten teeth, but also to treat the underlying causes of crooked teeth by correcting poor oral habits such as mouth breathing, tongue thrust and incorrect swallowing patterns.
WHAT IS SNORING
Snoring is a sign of an obstructed airway, typically caused by poor muscle tone in the throat & tongue, bulky throat tissue (due to excess weight, lange tonsils and/or adenoids), a long soft palate and/or uvula, or blocked nasal airway. The snoring noise is caused by the vibration of the obstructing tissue.
45% of the population snore and up to 75% of habitual snorers have obstructive sleep apnea.
WHAT IS SLEEP APNEA
Sleep apnea is a common chronic disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. This often moves you out of deep sleep into light sleep.
"...In general, (sleep apnea is vastly undertreated, Kryger and others say. Doctors often fail to ask questions that would lead to the diagnosis, or they don't realize that symptoms such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity might all be related to underlying sleep apnea..." - USA Today Nov 2, 2013
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
Our team of experts are able to formulate a personalized option to treat sleep apnea and snoring. Our treatments include:
* Advanced Home Sleep Studies
* Orthodontic Treatment
* Intraoral Appliances
-Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD)