Smiles by Mindy Blog
February 12, 2018
If you are about to receive dentures in Clinton Township or if you are a new denture wearer, then you may be wondering—how in the world am I supposed to eat with these things in my mouth?! Don’t worry, you will get used to your new dentures and before you know it, eating will be a pleasure. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to make eating with dentures easier. Read on to find out what you can do.
January 26, 2018
If you’ve had enough of dealing with the problems associated with tooth loss, then you may be wondering if dentures could be the solution. Chances are good that you can build a new smile and restore your ability to eat and speak with dentures. The only question left to answer is what kind of denture is right for you? Dr. Mindy offers several different types of dentures in Clinton Township. She’ll be glad to help you decide which one is best for you, your lifestyle and your budget.
December 2, 2017
All the signs may be there: loud snoring, a headache and sore throat in the morning, daytime drowsiness, and reduced alertness. But really, the only way to know for certain whether or not you have sleep apnea is to complete a sleep study. That’s why Dr. Mindy often begins her diagnosis of sleep apnea in Clinton Township with one of these tests. Read on to find out what you can expect from your sleep study.
November 12, 2017
Sleep apnea is a medical condition that temporarily halts breathing during sleep. The disorder affects millions of people in the United States and many of them don’t even know they have it. Now, Fitbit is working to remedy that. The digital health company that markets wristbands to track activity is working with a combination of optical sensors and machine learning tools to accurately identify sleep apnea right from your wrist. If you have sleep apnea in Clinton Township, you may soon be able to recognize the condition.
October 29, 2017
Why is it that when you need to have a good night of sleep you always seem to toss and turn? Those occasional sleepless nights—like the one before a big presentation at work—are actually quite harmless. Studies even show that you’ll still be able to perform just fine the next day.
Trouble arises when you feel fatigued day after day. In that case, you may not be getting quality sleep during the night. The reason may be sleep apnea, a chronic medical condition that pauses breathing while you sleep. Fortunately, sleep apnea is treatable if a sleep study shows that you have the condition.