Occasional dry mouth (xerostomia) is annoying, but chronic dry mouth can be downright painful.
Thankfully, some steps will give you some relief. Today, we’ll show you how to manage dry mouth so you can stay comfortable and keep your teeth and gums healthy.
Dry mouth can have an adverse impact on the health of your mouth. If not addressed, dry mouth can lead to dental decay, difficulty eating/swallowing, mouth sores, and oral yeast infections.
Dental home care is critical when you have dry mouth, but it’s not the only step you should take. It’s also important to see your dentist in Calgary SE.
Our Auburn Bay dentist office is well-equipped with the latest tools and technology. Our dental team will use these to keep your teeth free from decay-causing plaque and tartar and can catch decay early so you can avoid more serious dental issues.
Additionally, we can recommend products and appliances that can reduce the discomfort of dry mouth.
Is your dry mouth driving you crazy? When at-home treatments aren’t enough, we can help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and exam.