In the last blog we looked at the Epworth Questionnaire, as it is a good way for an individual to determine whether they suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness… The degree or severity of daytime sleepiness is a good measure of … Continue readingRead more
When a swelling is small and localized to a specific area, we treat it with an oral antibiotic and try to drain the area of any infection. However, if a swelling is large and has traveled to another area, I.E. up … Continue readingRead more
In addition to a good clinical examination, there are two types of x rays that are needed in order to provide a thorough diagnosis. These x rays that provide two dimensional images are known as Bitewings (BW) and Periapicals (PA). … Continue readingRead more
We’ll end our discussion of Fluoride with a brief list as to when it is recommended. Here we go: 1. Patients who are in a moderate to high risk group of developing decay. This includes those undergoing radiation therapy to … Continue readingRead more
Ladies and Gentleman, I’d like to introduce a great friend and colleague of mine…Dr. Jay Waxman. He graduated dentistry in 1987 from McGill University in Montreal and practices dentistry in a nearby suburb, Dollard des Ormeaux. If you or anyone … Continue readingRead more
“It hurts when I open my mouth…” “My jaw makes a noise when I open and close…” “My ears hurt…“ “I clench my teeth…“ “My jaws hurt…“ “I get headaches…“ “My neck hurts…” “I have TMJ…“ These are common patient … Continue readingRead more
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Dr Axelrad and Staff