How’s Your Jaw?

Painful jaw, face or ears? Difficulty chewing or talking due to your jaw locking up? Did you know that dentists can treat these symptoms which are often associated with a jaw joint disorder known as TMD? In fact, we have treated many patients with this condition who are now pain-free as a result. We thought you’d like to hear directly from them how they found relief and an improved quality of life through their TMD treatments. Watch here:

Adding improving oral health to the top of your 2020 New Year’s resolutions list

When the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are but a memory, and one year ends and another begins, it’s natural to think of all possibilities to improve our lives in the coming year. For many of us that means dusting off our New Year’s resolutions from the previous year and either renewing our pledge to do better this time or making a completely new list of promises to be the best 2.0 version of ourselves.

We Treat You Like Family

It’s not often you hear someone say they enjoy going to the dentist, but that’s exactly what one of our patients has to say about our practice. We’re thrilled about this comment because at Smiles by Hollsinger and Higgins, we go out of our way to provide a caring and comfortable dental experience for our patients. You can hear more great feedback about our practice from our patients and staff in this video.

We Think You Deserve Something Special

While you’re treating your friends and family during the holidays, we think you deserve something special, too. We genuinely care about your dental health because when it’s in poor condition, it can affect not only your teeth, gums and mouth, but your confidence, as well. That’s why we offer something special to those patients who don’t have dental insurance or need more complex and costly treatments. If you’d like to learn about how we can help, then click here.

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.