Cosmetic DentistryDental HealthDental ImplantsVeneers
November 11, 2014

The Aesthetic Family Dentistry guide to dental veneers

Dental veneers are an excellent way to cover broken, damaged or misshaped teeth and we perform many procedures that use them. We are often asked about dental veneers, so thought we would put this quick guide together to answer those more common questions. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, or would like to schedule a consultation, contact us today!…
Dental HealthSleep Apnea
October 8, 2014

Snoring and How Your Dentist Can Help

It is estimated that between 30 and 50 percent of Americans snore on a regular basis. In the vast majority of cases, snoring is completely harmless, with only a tiny fraction indicating something more serious. Generally, minor or infrequent snoring is nothing to worry about. It’s a natural occurrence caused by lifestyle, sleeping position, bed type and a range of…
Dental HealthSleep Apnea
October 1, 2014

Everything You Need to Know About Sleep Apnea

Posted Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 | Filed under: dental health, Sleep Apnea | author: Dr. Alan Steiner Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition that occurs when the back of the throat constricts and blocks the airway. This reduces oxygen intake, which can cause levels to drop enough that the body wakes up to take a breath. This cycle can happen many times during…
Dental Healthhalitosis
August 7, 2014

The Most Common Causes of Bad Breath

Nobody wants to be known as “that guy with bad breath” so it’s important to know what causes it and what you can do about it. This post will do just that. As holistic dentists, Aesthetic Family Dentistry concerns itself with all aspects of your wellbeing and bad breath is just one area of our expertise. Bad breath is known…
CavitiesDental HealthOral Health
May 28, 2014

Ways to Prevent Cavities

Tooth decay is America’s number one oral health challenge. It’s also the number one chronic childhood illness. Over a quarter of all children under the age of 5 have some form of tooth decay. Over half those aged between 12 – 15 years old have it too. Those are sobering statistics. Even more so when you consider tooth decay is…