11 Effects of Snoring and Sleep Disorders
The short answer is no, and neither should you! Frequent snoring in children should be very concerning.
Aside from the brief periods of time when your child has a cold, which may block the nasal passage ways, snoring that occurs frequently is abnormal and should be evaluated.
We have to mention that Tap water is typically fluoridated.According to a Study published for the American Journal of Preventive Medicine:
Dr. Ricardo Peralta comes from a family of dentists (Mother and Brother). He started his dental career at the age of 16, where he was an assistant at his mother’s dental practice. As a result, Dr. Peralta followed her mother footsteps and he graduated from Dental School in 2010.
Donna has been in the Dental field both front and back office and has a thorough knowledge of procedures and insurance.
A native of Dayton, OH. Amber began practicing Dental Hygiene in 1998 as a graduate of Sinclair College; she completed her bachelors degree at Wright State University and Masters at Boston University.
Amber is a nationally recognized Civil & Forensic subject matter expert and lectures internationally…Read More
Makiz is very passionate and excited about dentistry and is always looking forward to implementing all the latest technologies into the practice.
Trish has been in the Dental field for over 30 years. She was born in Lima, Peru and spent two years in Dental School in her native country. When she and her family moved to the US in 1985, she continued her path in Dentistry working 10 years as a
Lyn has worked in the Dental field for 23 years.
Attentive to patients as individuals. She will work with you to provide appointment times that work best with your schedule.