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Snoring Could Signal Health Risks

Snoring is often dismissed as a harmless nighttime noise, but for some, it may be a red flag indicating a potentially serious condition known as sleep apnea. Understanding the link between snoring and sleep apnea is crucial, as this sleep disorder can lead to various dangerous health conditions. Your Family First Dental in Overland Park, KS will… Read more »

A Perfect Summer Smile

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Everyone loves to get outside, and see other people during the summer. Whether it’s at a cookout or a baseball game, it’s the perfect time for photos in the sun. Of course, all that exposure also highlights any flaws in your smile. Today your Overland Park, KS dentist discusses some of you possible options in… Read more »

Recognizing Common Oral Health Concerns

It goes without saying that preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to prioritizing your smile’s overall health. Indeed, your teeth are constantly fending off oral health threats galore, and the least we can do is equip it with the tools necessary to do an effective job. Still, some concerns are… Read more »

Restoring Your Smile From Dental Decay

A lead cavity filling on one molar in a set of false human teeth set in gums with on an isolated background

Finding reliable and accessible dental treatment can be a difficult process in and of itself, let alone when you have to consider the myriad of threats and oral health concerns you face each and every day. Indeed, anything from cavities to gum infections and even dangerous sleeping disorders can impact your oral health, and without… Read more »

How Invisalign® Provides Subtle Correction

It goes without saying that a lot of thought is put into a smile’s appearance. After all, it is often the first asset one notices about a person, and having a beautiful gleam can instill levels of confidence. While health is the top priority, appearance is valued much higher than many might believe. This means… Read more »

Is Gum Contouring Right For You?

There are times when gums can be disproportionate to the teeth. Oftentimes, this results in what’s known as a gummy smile. If you have a gummy smile, you may feel self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth and gums. You may feel insecure about your smile because your gums are uneven and asymmetrical. Your mouth… Read more »