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Other Conditions and Oral Health
Detecting and Treating Hemophilia
If your doctor suspects that you or your child may have a bleeding disorder, the first step is to do a complete medical history and physical examination.
Ease the Symptoms of Sjögren’s Syndrome
Women are more likely than men to develop Sjögren’s syndrome. This autoimmune disease targets the glands that produce tears, saliva, and other natural lubricants.
How a Dentist Can Quiet Snoring
An oral appliance can treat obstructive sleep apnea, a serious cause of snoring.
Oral Yeast Infections (Candidiasis)
Candidiasis is a fungal infection on skin or mucous membranes caused by overgrowth of the yeast Candida albicans.
Sores or Ulcers Could Mean Herpangina
Herpangina is a common childhood illness caused by a virus. It is characterized by sores or ulcers that appear in the mouth and throat.
Tips for Inhaler Users
If you have asthma, long-term-control medications can help keep your symptoms under control and reduce your chance of having a flare-up.
Tooth Pain Could Mean Sinusitis
Tooth pain doesn’t always mean a cavity. In some cases, it could signal sinusitis. This is a condition in which the sinuses, or air passages, behind the face become swollen.
What Are the Symptoms of Hemophilia?
Hemophilia, a bleeding disorder, can cause excessive, uncontrollable bleeding.
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