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22 December 2017

Is mouth breathing bad for my teeth?

Mouth breathing due to asthma, intense exercise, or a cold can have a detrimental effect on your teeth.

Key takeaways:

– Mouth breathing results in reduced saliva production and a dry mouth, resulting in greater exposure of your teeth to harmful bacteria and cavities.

– Children who breathe through their mouths may develop an overbite or a gummy smile.

– Speak to your dentist if you are concerned about mouth breathing and the impact on yours or your child’s dental health.

“your nose is the best bet to keep your mouth moist.”

Read the full story here: https://yourdentalhealthresource.com/can-mouth-breathing-negatively-impact-your-dental-health/

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