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Custom Fit Athletic Mouthguards

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Protect Your Teeth from Sports Trauma!

Sports-related accidents cause roughly 5 million teeth to be “knocked out” every year across the United States, which is why we advocate a custom fit mouthguard to protect your teeth. Unfortunately, the one-size-fits-all mouthguards found in stores don’t usually fit well. A sloppy fitting mouthguard restricts your capacity to breathe properly during strenuous activities. On the other hand, a custom-made mouthguard fits and protects well, may enhance your performance, and can be worn for any sport. In fact, the American Dental Association advises both children and adults to wear a custom mouthguard for nearly all their sports activities.

Cox Family Dentistry
James T. Cox, III, DMD
Dallas J. Kunkel, DMD
101 Perpetual Square Drive
Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 226-4300
CoxFamilyDentistrySC.com

Children's Dentistry

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We Care About Kids!
At Cox Family Dentistry, we want to ease your child’s anxieties before starting any kind of treatment. You can be confident your child will benefit from the latest advancements in children’s dentistry – techniques designed to reduce their time in the chair, conveyed with caring, thoughtfulness, and compassion. We love encouraging proper dental care habits and look forward to teaching children how to keep their teeth healthy for a lifetime. Bring them in for their first dental visit when they are two years old and see why our many happy parents say our office is an inviting place that their children love to visit. Whether you have a rowdy seven-year-old or a timid two-year-old, we are here to help you.

Cox Family Dentistry
James T. Cox, III, DMD
Dallas J. Kunkel, DMD
101 Perpetual Square Drive
Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 226-4300
CoxFamilyDentistrySC.com

Sleep Apnea Dental Treatment

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Sleep Apnea Ruins More Than Just Your Night
Sleep apnea robs your body of the rest and oxygen it needs to thrive. It is crucial that your brain has the time necessary to re-boot every single day. Your body, specifically your heart, collects stress throughout the day. When you finally go to sleep, your heart decelerates and begins to let go of those stresses it has gathered. Your blood pressure declines, and the pace of age-related diseases slows down. The ability to retain your physical wellbeing is dependent upon this downtime to revitalize and produce enough energy to tackle the next day. Heart attacks, strokes, cardiovascular disease, and, in severe circumstances, even death have all been connected to sleep disorders.

Cox Family Dentistry
James T. Cox, III, DMD
Dallas J. Kunkel, DMD
101 Perpetual Square Drive
Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 226-4300
CoxFamilyDentistrySC.com