Seek Treatment for Sleep Apnea Disorder

If you have sleep apnea disorder, it is best to seek treatment as soon as you can. Sleep apnea is a serious disorder that can cause serious damage if not taken care of. It occurs when the normal breathing patterns we have while we sleep are disrupted, either from blocked airways restricting oxygen flow or… Read more »

Are You Ready for a Healthier Smile in 2017?

As a new year begins with the promise of new beginnings, Dr. Austin Babcock, Dr. David Bill, and our team encourage you to put a healthier smile on your list of resolutions. A healthy smile not only boosts your self-image but it benefits your general health as well. To help you with your journey, Sedona Dental… Read more »

A Thermoplastic Sleep Guard Provides a Custom Fit to Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea symptoms, such as snoring and breathing interruption, can have a significant negative impact on your sleep and quality of life. There are several different options available to help those who suffer from sleep apnea. It’s important to have the severity of your sleep apnea professionally diagnosed to ensure you employ the treatment that… Read more »

Don’t Forget to Protect Your Teeth and Gums for the Holidays

Don’t forget to protect your teeth and gums for the holidays. With all the festive cheer to be shared this holiday season, make sure your smile is included as well. Oral accidents such as cracking or chipping a tooth are common during this time of year, so please be sure to take any necessary precautions… Read more »

CEREC® Crowns Can Fix Your Smile

Do you have a smile that is plagued by a single bad tooth or two? If you do, there is a fast and easy way to fix the problem and make your whole smile come together. CEREC® crowns are quick, permanent crowns that can cap off teeth in a single visit. If you suffer from… Read more »

The Symptoms & Signs of Oral Cancer

The uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage to the neighboring tissue is called cancer. There are many types of cancer, manifesting in many different areas of the body. Oral cancer, which includes cancers of the tongue, lips, floor of the mouth, cheeks, and hard palate, can be life threatening if it is… Read more »

Flossing Prevents Cavities

No one likes a cavity, right? They’re painful, take a while to get filled, and really do a number on the integrity of your oral health. So what if we told you there’s a really simple way to prevent cavities and avoid that area of dentistry completely? There is. It’s what Dr. asks if you’ve… Read more »

Specific Candies to Avoid this Halloween

Most dentists will agree there are few, if any, substitutes amongst sugary sweets that can be beneficial for your teeth, but there some that are worse than others. For example, candy that lingers on your teeth, such as hard or sticky candies, can be more detrimental to your oral health care, than say chocolate, which… Read more »

Symptoms of Cavities

Cavities are one of the most prevalent problems with teeth that Dr. deals with here at in . . While it’s sometimes very easy to tell if you have a cavity or not, other times it’s more difficult. So let’s take a look at some symptoms of cavities, as well as what you can do… Read more »

Cleaning Your Tongue Each Day Can Help Prevent Bad Breath and Plaque Buildup

The human tongue has a lot of textures and rough surfaces. All of these contours can sometimes promote bacterial growth and plaque buildup. Denture wearers often benefit from cleaning their tongue because it removes plaque and reduces bad breath. To remove the plaque, all you need to do is brush your tongue after you have… Read more »