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  • Sleep apnea tied to increased risk of stroke; Even mild sleep apnea puts men in danger, study finds

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: November 7, 2010

    Sleep apnea tied to increased risk of stroke; Even mild sleep apnea puts men in danger, study finds. Here is a topic that is so incredibly important for all men (and women), because it is still so underdiagnosed.  Even more importantly, few patients know that your DENTIST may be able to help treat both snoring […]

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  • Dr. Oz talks about Periodontal (Gum) Disease and Total Health

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: July 13, 2010

    I guess it’s because I don’t watch a lot of TV, but I confess that – until quite recently – I had absolutely no idea who this guy Dr. Oz is.  A friend recently told me that Dr. Oz has some really good material about dental health that can be shared, and since it’s sometimes […]

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  • Complete Smile Makeover with Porcelain Crowns

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: March 7, 2010

    A Full-Mouth Smile Reconstruction Quite some time ago, I showed this case as an example of how badly teeth can be damaged by grinding them, whether at night, in the daytime, or both, and why something as simple and inexpensive as a nightguard (my recommendation is a NTI-tss).  It is especially inexpensive in comparison to […]

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  • News segment with Terrie Reeves & Dr. Payet on "Train for Life", on TVNews 14 in Charlotte – coming soon!

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: October 2, 2009

    Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of recording a short interview with the Founder and President (and one of my patients) of the Wellness Coalition of America, Ms. Terrie Reeves, for her weekly segment on TVNews 14 (every Sunday) called “Train for Life.” Each week, Terrie interviews people in different areas of life, all […]

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  • Headache relief for 10yo boy with the NTI

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: July 11, 2009

    I really, truly love treating patients for migraines and chronic headaches, and this was a case that was even more satisfying than usual, because my patient was only 10 years old when we made his NTI. He was in for a 6-month exam and cleaning today, and in talking with both him and his mother, […]

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  • Does dentistry last forever?

    Posted by: Charles Payet | On: June 30, 2009

    How long will my dental work last? “It depends.” This is a question that we get a lot, and it’s a very understandable one, especially if you’re about to invest your hard-earned money into your mouth, right?  Just like a car, your teeth and gums require regular care to ensure that they are working properly.  […]

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