With the cold air and blasting heaters, dry mouth is fairly common in the winter. However, it’s important to stay hydrated. Without sufficient saliva production, you aren’t washing away the food particles and bacteria from your mouth. This puts you at greater risk for cavities and other oral health problems. That’s the danger of dry mouth! That’s why we wanted to share a few ways for you to easily combat dry mouth this winter.
If the issue persists, we can help! We can examine your mouth to determine if you are really struggling with sleep apnea. Dry mouth is one of the symptoms. We can also recommend products to use at home.