Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Loud Snoring

It’s commonly known that sleep apnea, if left untreated, can cause serious health issues such as heart disease and stroke. What most people don’t know is this sleep disorder can increase your risk of diabetes and only make it worse for people who already suffer from the disease. Do you or your loved one suffer from sleep apnea? If so, the following information could help protect you from further health problems.

We Are Committed to Continuing Education!

At Smiles by Holsinger & Higgins, we believe that ongoing education and training are two of the most important things we can do to continue providing our patients with the most up-to-date oral health care. We are always looking for new opportunities to grow in these areas, and we take advantage of various educational and training experiences as often as possible.

Nothing Outshines a Bright, Healthy Smile!

Do you find it easy to smile? It is very true that starting your day with a smile influences the rest of your day in a positive way. A sincere smile can brighten the mood of everyone who sees it, but perhaps the person with the smile benefits the most. Sometimes, we might hesitate to smile when our teeth are stained, discolored, or yellowed from medications, injury, or from food, drink, or tobacco use. We have good news! Read on to learn about a fast, easy way to brighten and whiten your teeth.

High-Tech Looks Into Your Mouth

We believe that one cornerstone of a modern, full-service practice is the tools used to diagnose patients’ oral needs. At Smiles by Holsinger & Higgins we value technology for the role it plays in providing our practice with high-quality, accurate diagnostic tools. We have carefully chosen what we believe to be the best of the current state-of-the-art tools because of the high-value benefits they bring to us and our patients. Look at a few of the high-tech “gadgets” we use to bring you the best care in the most comfortable manner.

What Has the Team at Holsinger & Higgins Been Up To?

Has it been awhile since your last visit with us? If so, you may not be aware that we accept and treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients. OSA is a disorder that involves episodes of interrupted breathing that occur multiple times during a night’s rest. Read on to learn the symptoms of sleep apnea and what our team is doing to help recognize the disorder in our patients.