Hello Patients, Friends, and Family,

We Smile Dentistry is very happy to announce that we will be gradually opening our doors starting Monday, June 8, 2020.
We have made some changes to ensure that your safety and our team’s safety is at the highest of standards. Please view the short video that Dr. Spagnuolo has put together to highlight changes that were made to the office. Please check below for some of the changes you will experience when visiting our office.
  • We will be screening every patient the day before their appointment.
  • Day of arrival we are requesting that you remain outside or in your vehicle and call the office to let us know you have arrived.
  • We will be able to inform you that you can enter or if you need to stay in your car.
  • We will be meeting you at the locked door.
  • You will be given a hand sanitizer to use.
  • We are also requesting that you wear your own mask.If you do not have a mask, we will provide you one.
  • Your temperature will be checked.
  • You will be filling out a COVID-19 form to complete.
  • You will then be ushered into a room.
  • We are trying to limit the use of the waiting room.
  • Our washroom will only be available for emergency use only. Please brush your teeth and use your own facilities before your dental appointment.
Further, we have to limit the number of people that are in the office, therefore we are not able to see families all on the same day. They will now be separate appointments. Also, if your hygiene appointment was canceled by the office, we will contact you to rebook. Thank you for your patience!

WE WILL NOT BE SEEING COVID-19 POSITIVE PATIENTS.

Safety is always our number one concern and if you feel uncomfortable coming to the office at this time, we respect your decision.

We are looking forward to taking care of our patients again. Any questions please give the office a call at (226) 605-0042.

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Obstructive sleep apnea dentist in London, Ontario, recommends effective treatment

Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a sleeping disorder that can cause a variety of problems. Not only can it lead to impacted memory and concentration, daytime fatigue, and difficulty sleeping at night, it can also contribute to one’s risk of developing problems such as depression, anxiety, heart attacks, and diabetes. However, when most patients get a diagnosis of OSA, they are often told by their physician to use a CPAP machine. However, this device is bulky and uncomfortable, causing many London, Ontario, area patients to avoid using them. Instead, our dentist at We Smile Dentistry encourages patients to visit to learn about a sleep apnea treatment that is much easier: oral appliance therapy.

What is oral appliance therapy?

Oral appliance therapy is a treatment option for patients who are faced with obstructive sleep apnea. Instead of utilizing the CPAP machine, patients can wear a special mouth appliance at night to provide the same results. The oral appliance used to treat OSA is custom-fabricated for the patient based on impressions to ensure a proper fit. It maintains an open airway by realigning the jaw. The result? A restful night’s sleep without a noisy machine.

Who is a good candidate for oral appliance therapy?

Any patient who has been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea will find that oral appliance treatment is a highly desirable alternative. During an evaluation with Dr. Giulio Spagnuolo, patients can express their concerns and find out if oral appliance therapy can help.

What are the benefits of oral appliance therapy?

What Are the Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy at We Smile Dentistry in London ON Area

Oral appliance therapy is:

  • Reliable
  • Affordable
  • Effective
  • Comfortable
  • Best for compliance

Speak to Dr. Giulio Spagnuolo today regarding sleep apnea treatment

Are you tired of the CPAP machine? Are you ready for an alternative that is comfortable and easy to travel with? Now is the time to speak to the team at We Smile Dentistry to determine if you are a candidate for oral appliance therapy. Obstructive sleep apnea does not have to impact your life. Call (226) 605-0042 today to request a consultation visit with our staff at 81 Oxford Street West.

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