Read this excerpt from “Tongue Tied” by Richard Baxter, DMD about his own experience being tongue-tied
Nasal breathing vs. Mouth Breathing…is there a difference?
If your child has (or has had) some of the following symptoms, he/she may be tongue tied. We are happy examine your child and provide you with treatment recommendations and resources.
I recently read a book called Gaspby Dr. Michael Gelb and Dr. Howard Hindin that was published in 2016. There is an increasing focus on airway and breathing by dental professionals because the number of patients with snoring and sleep apnea is on the rise. According to Gasp, “improper breathing and sleep patterns adversely affect health, mood, energy, focus and function, and if untreated will ultimately lead to multiple systemic disorders.”
While at a recent retreat, Dr. Miller-Rinaldi gained valuable insight and first-hand education from top experts on the signs of cardiac health issues as they relate to your dental health. Is there a connection? Learn more on the blog.
For Children’s Dental Health Month, we conducted a 14-day “egg experiment” at Relaxation Dentistry. Typically I would conduct the experiment in a grade school classroom so children can see how various beverages affect their teeth enamel. In this experiment, the egg shell represents tooth enamel.