At Trey Kaliher, DDS, our goal is to provide our customers with the highest quality dental services available. As far as we’re concerned, that means providing solutions that can remedy virtually any dental problem. So, in addition to the more common dental services we provide, we also help patients with anti-snoring solutions, night guards, and dental emergencies.
You may not associate snoring and sleep disorders with dentistry. But the fact is that snoring and problems sleeping are often actually due to dental problems. If you snore loudly, have difficulty sleeping at night, find yourself feeling sleepy when driving or at other inappropriate times, or wake up with sore teeth or a sore jaw, call Dr. Kaliher today and make an appointment. If your problems stem from a dental condition, Dr. Kaliher can offer anti-snoring solutions that will allow you to get a better night’s sleep and greatly improve the quality of your life.
If you wake up in the morning with sore teeth, a sore jaw, or irritated gums, you may suffer from a condition called bruxism, or teeth grinding. This is a condition that not only causes short-term discomfort, it can also wear down your teeth and eventually damage the enamel. One of the most effective ways to treat bruxism is by wearing a night guard, which is a custom-fitted appliance that separates your top and bottom teeth while you’re sleeping. If you grind your teeth, make an appointment with Dr. Kaliher today. He can recommend the best type of night guard for you.
At Trey Kaliher General Dentistry, we make every effort to accommodate those patients who experience a dental emergency by making space in our schedule to allow for “walk-ins” whenever necessary. Depending on the severity of the condition, any of the following might be considered a dental emergency:
- An extremely painful toothache
- Knocked-out teeth
- Loose teeth
- Broken or chipped teeth
- Painful or swollen jaw
- Any sign of infection in the mouth
- Traumatic jaw injuries
While we will make every effort to be there for you during normal business hours, we remind our patients to always call 911 in the case of an emergency, particularly if it occurs after business hours when we’re not available to help.