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How To Avoid Tooth Enamel Erosion

How To Avoid Tooth Enamel Erosion

Working with your dentist and observing these healthy habits will help reduce your chances for eroding away your protective tooth enamel.

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

4 Ways To Spot Dental Problems Before They Become Serious

4 Ways To Spot Dental Problems Before They Become Serious

By building good daily habits to protect your teeth, you can reduce a great deal of pain and expense.

Written By Emma Sturgis / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Link Between Diabetes And Tooth Health

Link Between Diabetes And Tooth Health

If you know that you suffer from diabetes and are wondering if it may be affecting your gum or tooth health, these are the most common symptoms to look out for.

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Bad Breath Causes And What To Do About It

Bad Breath Causes And What To Do About It

To help you identify and get rid of your bad breath, we have compiled a list of all of the potential causes as well as ways to remedy it.

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

How Stress, Anxiety, And Depression Can Result In Poor Dental Health

How Stress, Anxiety, And Depression Can Result In Poor Dental Health

It has been established that issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression while seemingly unrelated can harm your dental health.

Written By Mandy Bular / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Why Dry Mouth Happens And How To Handle It

Why Dry Mouth Happens And How To Handle It

What happens when your mouth doesn’t create enough saliva and you get dry mouth?

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Dry Mouth And Its Effects On Dental Health

Dry mouth - also known as xerostomia or cottonmouth - occurs when your salivary glands cannot or don’t produce enough saliva.

Mouth-Watering Relief For Dry Mouth

Mouth-Watering Relief For Dry Mouth

The medical term for dry mouth is the Greek word Xerostomia, which is quite a mouthful itself. Xerostomia can be caused by dental disease, bacteria, and/or hygiene, along with any number of medical conditions and medical therapies. Painkillers, diuretics, you name it - the fact is that the drugs we take for everything from depression or diarrhea can cause dry mouth as an annoying side effect.

Easy Treatments For Dry Mouth

Easy Treatments For Dry Mouth

A very common issue associated with age, medication and hydration is dry mouth. It can be hard to combat depending on the severity and the factors that contribute to it. For some, taking a sip of water can cure their dry mouth, for others, the reason for their mouth dryness comes from deeper issues.

How To Prevent Dry Mouth

How To Prevent Dry Mouth

Most treatment for dry mouth involves home tips and over-the-counter products that are targeted toward alleviating the symptoms of dry mouth.

Dry Mouth Causes, Signs And Symptoms

Dry Mouth Causes, Signs And Symptoms

What causes dry mouth? Dry mouth or xerostomia is due to salivary gland shutdown, decreasing the amount of saliva flow inside of your mouth. It can be due to uncontrolled or underlying health conditions, but may also be associated with common everyday prescription medications, nutritional practices and the oral hygiene products that you use. Dry mouth can also appear suddenly, such as with anxiety or nervousness.
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