Gregory J. Daniels DDS

Gregory J. Daniels DDS, FAGD, has been a dentist in the greater Chicago area for more than three decades.


Battling Bad Breath Involves Reducing Bacteria, Says Gregory J. Daniels, DDS

Gregory J Daniels DDSA dentist in the Greater Chicago area, Gregory J. Daniels DDS has found that many people assume bad breath can simply be covered up with a breath mint or stick of chewing gum. But as Gregory J. Daniels DDS explains, treating the underlying cause of bad breath can be much more effective.

According to Gregory J. Daniels DDS, bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis, is often caused by bacteria build-up between the teeth, as well as the back of the tongue. While Gregory J. Daniels DDS stresses the importance of regular flossing and brushing one’s tongue along with teeth two to three times per day, there are also a few natural remedies that can help prevent and treat halitosis.

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Gregory J. Daniels DDS on Sleep Apnea Treatment Via Dental Device

Gregory J Daniels DDSSleep apnea is a condition where the body either fails to breath or takes diminished breaths during sleep. Left untreated, the condition can cause a number of serious health problems.

Q: What causes sleep apnea?

Gregory J. Daniels DDS: A number of innate physical characteristics can cause sleep apnea; persons with large necks or enlarged tonsils or tongue may be at-risk. Infant/childhood apnea may be the result of facial abnormalities or neuromuscular disorders. Obesity, alcohol consumption, and smoking have also been linked to the condition.

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Gregory J. Daniels on Proper Dental Hygiene – More Than Just a Pretty Smile

gregoryjdanielsddsGregory J. Daniels DDS – a general and cosmetic dentist based out of Hinsdale, Illinois, explains why good oral hygiene benefits the entire body.

Every day, patients walk into the office of Gregory J. Daniels DDS for routine cleanings and regularly scheduled exams. These people, he explains, are less likely to suffer from many common conditions that recent studies show may be linked to poor dental hygiene.

Common issues related to poor oral hygiene

According to Gregory J. Daniels DDS, inadequate dental hygiene may lead to chronic facial pain caused by gingivitis or gum disease, digestive issues including irritable bowel syndrome and intestinal failure, and even recurrent conditions with major organs. Bacterial buildup in the mouth can damage the heart as the bacteria circulate through the body, triggering valve inflammation.

Gregory J. Daniels DDS also points out that improper care of teeth, tongue, and gums is a common cause of depression. Poor dental hygiene will lead to tooth discoloration and embarrassing halitosis. It is notable, however, that extreme bad breath may actually be a sign of a more serious condition.

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