Profilo Surgical Blog

Is snoring an innocent part of sleep or is it a symptom of something more serious?

WE don’t really think too much about what is healthy breathing, but doctors and dentists use the sound of noisy breathing to help us hear whether you[..] Read More

Wisdom Teeth and IMDO

Traditionally most people get their wisdom teeth removed as they enter early adulthood due to lack of space, especially in the lower jaw.  In an earlier[..] Read More

Is a CPAP really helping you to breathe?

Do you use a CPAP machine for sleep apnea? Or has someone close to you complained about your loud snoring? Do you wake most mornings feeling like you[..] Read More

When Ortho is not enough.

Orhodontic treatment can be a great treatment option used to straighten teeth.  However sometimes crooked smiles may involve more than just the teeth.[..] Read More

What can I eat after jaw surgery?

We all love to eat, there’s no doubt about it. However, if you are planning to undergo jaw surgery, you will need to be a little more careful about what[..] Read More

How Jaw Surgery Could Cure Your Partner’s Sleep Apnea

As the spouse or partner of a snorer, you’ve likely made countless jokes about how their snoring has been keeping you up at night. Or how sleeping next to[..] Read More

Dental Implants and Bone Grafting

The aim of Bone Grafting is to rebuild jaw bone that has deteriorated after the loss of teeth... making successful dental implant treatment possible. [..] Read More

Breathing easily can improve your teen’s wellbeing. Jaw surgery might be the answer.

In our image-driven world, many teenagers want to have a beautiful smile with straight, healthy teeth. But fixing issues like overcrowding, crooked teeth[..] Read More

What is the Recovery From Jaw Surgery Like?

When it comes to undergoing jaw surgery, one of the main questions on a patient's’ mind is what will the healing and recovery experience be like. It’s[..] Read More

The Important Role of a Surgeon in Placing Dental Implants

Dental implants are made up of 2 parts: the restoration that you see in your mouth, and the implant that is surgically placed in your jaw bone and acts as[..] Read More
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