Archive for the ‘ Dental History ’ Category

The Diabetes-Dental Work Connection: What you need to know

HealthDay Reporter Robert Preidt wrote in the April 4, 2018 issue of US News & World Report, that many adults with diabetes fail to see the dentist enough, which he notes is bad, since diabetic patients face increased risk of gum disease compared to healthier peers: “Investigators analyzed data from just over 2.5 million American […]

Jaw Pain & TMJ Dysfunction

  Do you wake up in the morning with headaches and a sore jaw? Do your ears ache? Do you sometimes hear “popping sounds” in your ears at time of opening and closing your jaw? Does your jaw lock or stay on one side or both sides when you open your mouth? Does your jaw […]

Dr. Sayegh Crowns Patients Like Royalty  

As a full-service dentist with offices in Glendora and Huntington Beach, California, Dr. Antoine Sayegh, of Implant a Smile, offers a wide variety of services. By doing a full exam and taking X-rays, when appropriate, Dr. Sayegh and his staff will determine how to get to the root of your dental problems, whether you are […]

All About Implants

Rise of Cosmetic Dentistry Before King Louis the 14th, people let their teeth rot until they fell out of their gums or went to the dentist to have them pulled but not replaced. But because Louis was plagued by dental problems his entire life and because he placed such a premium on appearance, French society […]