Family Dentist Offers Treatments for Every Situation

July 28, 2017

Happy three generation family sitting together on a wooden jetty on a summer vacationMany patients take their children to one dental office and they visit another for their own oral health care needs, and while this may seem like a great way to handle treatment, the fact is it can be inconvenient and time consuming. A number of adults end up letting their own oral health care visits fall by the wayside due to lack of time. Comal Dental of New Braunfels would like to offer you an alternative solution – family dentistry. Our dentist and team have experience working with patients of all ages, we offer a wide range of treatment options, and we can even schedule a block of appointments to see the whole family on the same day. We promise convenient, effective, family-friendly care all in one place. Contact us to schedule an appointment and experience the difference a family dentist can make.

Sleep Apnea? New Braunfels Trusts New Braunfels Dentures

March 8, 2016

Filed under: Sleep Apnea — Tags: , , — tntadmin @ 6:51 pm

sleep apneaYou’re all tucked in for a peaceful night of sleep. Then, just as you’re about to drift off—there’s that familiar and unwelcome sound from the person sleeping on the other side of the bed. Snoring can be just an annoyance or it can be a sign of a more serious condition called sleep apnea. At Comal Dental, Dr. David Earnest and his team treat sleep apnea, so you can get a good night of sleep again and your partner can avoid a host of health problems.

The Differences Between Snoring and Sleep Apnea

September 19, 2015

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — tntadmin @ 2:54 pm

Loud snoring isn’t always a good indicator of sleep apnea

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential in maintaining excellent overall health. Not receiving the proper amount of sleep can be detrimental for your health. Not only can it leave you feeling overly exhausted, but it can impact your business and personal life as well. Typically, patients that suffer from loud snoring are typically diagnosed as being sleep apnea sufferers, but this isn’t necessarily the case. Just because a patient snores loudly during the night doesn’t translate to sleep apnea. Knowing the differences between the two is essential in deciding whether or not a patient is dealing with a sleep apnea problem.