Snores No More

Today is a great day to start taking the best care of your health that’s available. I’ve been practicing in the Rutland area for over 40 years and not only practice general dentistry but specialize in sleep apnea, snoring, and cosmetic corrections. It’s been a wonderful practice and even though I’ve been at it for a wile, I love how the new technology available to dental practitioners and the increased care and comfort it can bring to patients.

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Snores No More - What is Snoring.

What is Snoring?

While snoring itself may be harmless, it can be a symptom of a more serious medical condition known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS) [more…]

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Snoring can be Dangerous

Because snoring is so common, it is a condition that can be ignored. Right? Wrong. Even though most people take no action to solve their snoring problem, the fact remains that snoring is often linked to a very serious health condition known as sleep apnea. [more..]

Common Sleep Disorders

Let’s first talk about the simplest and the least harmful sleep disorder: simple snoring. Simple or nuisance snoring is just a partial, mild upper airway collapse. More than 40 million adults snore. “ [more..]