1. Treating Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is something that many people throughout the United States deal with. Sleep apnea occurs for a few reasons, but the two most popular are obesity and age. The older you get the more sleep apnea can become a real risk in your life. The more you weigh the higher your chances of sleep apnea …Read More

  2. About Our New Technology

    In Welcome To The Digital Age For The Dentist!, we introduced some of our new pieces of technology in the office of our dentist. At Lifetime Smiles, we’re proud to have new digital technology that will help you feel more at ease when you come to the dentist. Many people feel a fear of going to the…Read More

  3. What To Know About Sleep Apnea

    As a dentist, we offer a wide variety of information about your oral health. We believe it’s our duty to be the first resource for everything from sedation dentistry to alleviate your anxiety about going to the dentist to pediatric dentistry to answer those questions about your little one’s loos…Read More

  4. How Technology Is Changing the Dental Industry

    Technology is changing the way we think, feel, and what we see in our day. While there are some who are worried about the impact of technology on our society, there are many benefits to it as well. Now, technology is changing the way a dentist will work. At Lifetime Smiles, we are proud to announce …Read More

  5. Welcome To The Digital Age For The Dentist!

      Drum roll, please...We are excited to introduce cutting edge technology to our dental office! If you’re not familiar with digital technology in the dentist's office, then don’t worry, we have you covered in today’s blog. First, it’s exciting to be one of the few dental offices that offer…Read More

  6. What’s Damaging Your Enamel?

      Enamel, you’ve probably heard about it a time or two from your dentist. However, do you know what it is? Enamel is one of the components to caring for your oral health. By ensuring your enamel is in top quality, you’re able to have teeth as healthy as can be. Today, we’re going to dive into…Read More

  7. The Early Signs Of Cavities

      Cavities are associated with pain, aches, and a feeling of dread knowing that you need to visit your dentist as soon as possible. If a cavity isn’t taken care of, it can be harmful to your oral health. Cavities that are left untreated will continue to decay and your tooth will eventually become…Read More

  8. Why Do I Have Canker Sores?

    We often get cuts in our mouth; however, some people get them more often than others. Shallow cuts from braces, chewing on lips, or biting the inside of your mouth are all ways that you might be getting injured in your mouth. One mouth cut that seems much more prevalent is the canker sore. You’ve …Read More

  9. Childhood Dentist Visits: Why Start Early

    It’s important to start early in taking care of your teeth. As a little kid, your body is growing, and as a parent, you want to make sure you incorporate healthy habits in your child so they can become practices that he or she carries through their entire life. By going to the dentist every six mo…Read More

  10. The Power Of A Beautiful Smile

    In The Meaning Of Different Smiles, we went over the hidden meanings of smiles and how they can affect others around you. Now, we’re going to dive into the sunny entrenches of the power of a beautiful smile. As a dentist, we want everyone who comes to us to wear a beautiful, engaging smile. From y…Read More