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Posts From February, 2022

The Oral Health Connection to the Heart

We already know that taking good care of our oral health has myriad benefits for our mouth. When we brush, floss, and visit Dr. Peterson regularly, we are ensuring that our oral health is in great shape, reducing our risk of cavities, gum disease, lost teeth, and more. But did you know that your oral […]



Should You Try Mouth Taping?

  Some of us remember our parents telling us if we don’t stop saying unkind things, we might get our mouths taped closed. But while this anecdotal childhood punishment may seem unkind itself, mouth taping is becoming a trend- but not for the reasons you may think.   You see, according to some popular TikTok […]


Breathe Better, Sleep Better Month

  This March marks an important month: Breathe Better, Sleep Better Month. In honor of Breathe Better, Sleep Better Month, we are spotlighting an increasingly common condition known as obstructive sleep apnea.   Sleep apnea affects an estimated 22 million Americans each year, with many more undiagnosed. While obstructive sleep apnea affects mainly adult men […]


Happy Children’s Dental Health Month

It’s that time of year again: Children’s Dental Health Month. Did you know that even if your child still has a mouth full of baby teeth, their oral health is still vitally important? That’s because dental caries (cavities) are the number one most common childhood illness in the United States, causing missed school days, pain, […]



Protecting Your Teeth Against Stress

There’s no denying that the past two years have had their share of health woes across the globe. But one unexpected problem many of us are facing is an oral health crisis. That’s because not only are many people simply not visiting the dentist for routine care, they are also experiencing an unprecedented amount of […]


Sleep Apnea and Underweight in Children

  When we hear about sleep apnea, often we imagine the “typical” sleep apnea patient. Usually male, over the age of 50, generally obese or overweight, and someone who lives a high-stress lifestyle. But often, sleep apnea affects those who do not fit into this demographic, namely children.  Children present a unique case because they […]


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