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Do Dry Mouth Sprays and Mouthwashes Reduce the Risk of Long-Term Damage?
Posted on 9/30/2018 by The team at DDI
If you suffer from dry mouth, we may recommend a spray, mouthwash, or rinse specifically designed to combat the condition. The long-term effects of dry mouth include cavities, decay, and gum disease, so proper intervention is needed to prevent damage. These products can help to keep your mouth healthy. Why is Dry Mouth a Problem? First, you may be wondering why you even need to treat your dry mouth. It is important to understand just how essential saliva is for your oral health, as dry mouth involved inhibition of saliva production. Not only does the saliva help you digest your food, but it also protects the teeth from decay and fights infections by controlling oral bacteria. So, if you suffer from dry mouth, it is important that you treat the issue to prevent long-term oral damage. How Do Dry Mouth Sprays, Mouthwashes, and Rinses Work? These dry mouth products help to keep your mouth feeling moist. You'll simply spray it into your mouth or swish a small amount regularly. The product creates a physical coating of film inside of your mouth, lubricating that oral mucosa and relieving the most common dry mouth symptoms. When your mouth is well lubricated, you will also reduce your risk of cavities and other oral health concerns. Is A Dry Mouth Rinse Better than Water? Some people wonder if using a dry mouth rinse is really more effective than simply swishing with water. In fact, these sprays and mouthwashes usually contain lubricants to help lubricate the mouth. They also include humectants, or substances that help to retain water in the tissues that will ensure the mouth stays moisturized. While water does moisturize, the effects are relatively short since water does not contain humectants. If you suffer from dry mouth, give our office a call today. We can identify the cause and recommend solutions that can help you to recover....

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