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Most Recent eNewsletter:

January 2018
• What Your Teeth Get from You Eating Protein
• How Sleeping with Your Mouth Open Hurts Your Mouth
• Things You Can Do Today to Help Whiten Your Teeth


Past Newsletters:

December 2017
• What to Do About Broken Dental Veneers
• Should You Worry if You Have a Toothache and a Fever?
• Signs Your Tooth Could Be Dying


November 2017
• Protecting Your Mouth from Tooth Sensitivity
• Five-Minute Whitening Options to Brighten Your Teeth at Home
• How to Protect Oral Tissues When a Tooth Gets Chipped


October 2017
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July 2017
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March 2017
February 2017
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December 2016

How Sleeping with Your Mouth Open Hurts Your Mouth
When you sleep with your mouth open, your mouth gets dry. This means that your saliva does not have the ability to help keep your teeth clean and protected. While you sleep, your teeth are constantly being coated with saliva. The saliva helps to add minerals and nutrients to your teeth. The saliva also prevents tooth decay and fights against gingivitis. By sleeping with your mouth open, the saliva in your mouth dries out, and you become more susceptible to all of these issues. If you constantly sleep with your mouth open, make sure to come in and talk to us about it. We can help!



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