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Be fit at any age! What a great article to share as the days get longer and warmer! Have fun out there! 

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Are your little one's teeth staining for no apparent reason? If they're not nursing a coffee habit, this may help:

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Clenching your teeth isn't harmless. Just ask to see the X-ray of someone who grinds.
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Afraid of the dentist? One option that can help reduce that anxiety and make your visit a pleasant one is Nitrous Oxide.

So, eliminate your fear of the dentist once and for all, and ask us about Nitrous Oxide treatment at your next visit. Or, call today to schedule an appointment if you've been hiding from us for a while! 217-224-0426
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Stressed? Here are three new tips that'll have you relaxed in no time.

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Don’t forget April Fool’s tomorrow! Be on guard for pranksters, and if you’re a prankster yourself… be NICE! ;-)

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A question a lot of adults ask.

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As cold and flu season is in full swing, here are a few ways to help with the care of your mouth.


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To best accommodate our patients' busy work schedules, our office hours will be changing! Beginning February 21, 2017 our new hours will be:
-Monday and Wednesday 8:00am-6:00pm
-Tuesday and Thursday 7:00am-5:00pm
-3rd Friday of the month (usually, please call to confirm) from 7:00am to 1:00pm.
Please Call-217.224.0426 during business hours.
Request and appointment at:

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Is It Snoring or Sleep Apnea?

About 80 million people in North America snore, and approximately 12 million Americans have sleep apnea. So what’s the difference, and why does it matter?
Snoring is caused by the vibration of the soft palate and uvula, occurring when the airway becomes obstructed during sleep. Several things can obstruct the airway and cause you to snore, including allergies drinking before bed, being overweight and having large tonsils or a deviated septum.
If you snore now and then, you probably have nothing to worry about. But chronic snoring can be a sign of sleep apnea, a more serious sleep disorder. People with sleep apnea stop breathing in their sleep – sometimes up to 100 hundred times an hour – for one minute or longer. Left untreated, sleep apnea can increase your chances of serious health conditions like high blood pressure and heart disease. At a minimum, you may feel groggy in the morning or unable to concentrate during the day.
The good news is sleep apnea is treatable. The two most common ways to treat sleep apnea are continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, which is administered by a physician, and oral appliance therapy, which is administered by a dentist. CPAP therapy can be very effective for people with sleep apnea, but some find it difficult to sleep with a mask. More people are increasingly turning to the oral appliances administered by dentists. Oral appliances are small, flexible devices that look like mouthguards. They increase the airway space and reduce air velocity and soft tissue vibration (snoring) by moving the lower jaw into a forward position. Patients who have tried both say that oral appliances are more comfortable to wear, easier to care for and very cost-effective.
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