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About Dr. Lenny Kundel
My mission for patients is to walk away from dental appointment knowing more. You will know how to help yourself and your child have healthy beautiful smile and a healthier and stronger body.
Entries by Dr. Lenny Kundel
How is it possible that three decades of headaches vanish after a ten minute procedure? We are still early in our discovery of how and why this happens, but this result is not a fluke. It is almost expected at this point with proper preparation. Proper preparation being body work and myofunctional therapy prior to the release of the restrictive tissues.
In today’s culture, people are in a rush to get straight teeth as young as possible. Our office has seen children as young as six-years-old with braces. But when it comes to children, the focus should be on growing and developing the jaws and the face, ensuring the windpipe is not compromised – the frequent […]
Obstructive sleep apnea is a common disorder in which an individual stops breathing multiple times each night. Let’s take a look at sleep apnea in more detail and explore a dental treatment called oral appliance (OA) therapy. Has anyone ever told you that you snore like an old steam train or that you grunt or […]
Another great educational article on why Sleep is important.
Good article on the connection between Sleep Apnea and Alzheimer’s disease.
I finally saw the “Root Cause.” It is a movie that discusses the dangers of root canals. I have mixed feelings about it. On one hand: Finally! On the other hand: It is now OPEN SEASON on all the unsuspecting patients out there that are struggling to get better.
Our team interviewed a recent patient about her condition and treatment. Check out the video below to see her transformation and testimonial.
Ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie, is a common congenital abnormality where the lingual frenum is overly short and tight (posterior ankyloglossia) or aberrantly attached anteriorly to the ventral surface of the tongue (anterior ankyloglossia), 1 “tying” the tongue to the floor of the mouth.
Toothpaste most likely originated in China, Egypt, and India more than 6,000 years ago. In China, twigs and bones were mashed and mixed with water, salt, and flower petals to form a thick paste. This paste was then put on the end of a sharp bamboo leaf and applied to teeth. This proved to be […]