Sleep Apnea Services

Oral appliances look like the mouth guards worn by football players. The oral appliances for treating sleep apnea and snoring are specially designed for that purpose.

The appliance is worn in the mouth during sleep. Most appliances work by positioning the lower jaw slightly forward of its usual rest position. This small change is, in many people, enough to keep the airway open during sleep.

Emergency and out of office hours treatment

Most of the time our teeth and gums are healthy and don’t require any treatment. If problems do arise then we can usually contact our local dentist.
This is fine if you are registered with a dentist, but if you’re not then you may have to resort to emergency measures. This can mean contacting your nearest dental clinic and obtaining an appointment via their emergency service. This is usually an ‘out of hours’ service which is designed to cater for the unexpected, such as toothache or an abscess.

Fixed and removable prosthodontics

Prosthodontics is one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA). Although prosthodontists are responsible for performing an incredibly wide variety of procedures on a daily basis, the basis of their practices revolves around dental restoration techniques. These techniques have changed over the years, with new methods and procedures being developed all of the time.