Continuing with the series of blogs dedicated to drooling, we take a look at some of the complications associated with it. Although drooling may not seem like a big deal, other than being an annoyance, your dentist in Park Slope explains the effects it can have on your physical and psychological well-being. By better understanding the nature of the problem, you can take the proper steps to get help and prevent it from happening in the future.
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August 27, 2018
July 6, 2018
When you were talking to a coworker, were you embarrassed when a huge gob of spit fell out of your mouth out of nowhere? Did you wake up this morning to a large pool of drool on your pillow? If you find this overproduction of saliva disgusting and inconvenient, keep reading this post from your dentist in Park Slope.
It turns out that there are many causes of saliva overproduction, and your dentist wanted to pass a few ideas on to patients so they could figure out a better idea of what could be causing it!
June 5, 2018
Waking up every morning in a small puddle of saliva isn’t the best way to start each day! Not only is a saliva-saturated pillow unappealing (even when it’s your own), but drooling can also lead to chafed or irritated skin, an unpleasant odor, and dehydration. Fortunately, seeing a Park Slope dentist is a great way to determine why you’re drooling at night and what you can do about it. So before you accept this daily annoyance or assume that nothing can be done, keep reading to find out about seven treatments that can greatly minimize nighttime drooling or prevent it all together!
May 3, 2018
Drooling at night might seem like a minor problem, but since you spend about 1/3 of your life sleeping, it can really impact your life. It’s also far more common than you might expect. Many people assume that drooling in adulthood is rare, but that simply isn’t true. In addition, although many people are embarrassed to bring up the problem to their dentist in Park Slope, rest assured that there’s nothing to feel ashamed of! There are many potential causes of nighttime drooling, some of which you might expect and others that may be a surprise. Keep reading to learn more!
April 26, 2018
Even though it’s National Oral Cancer Awareness Month, many people don’t want to discuss the disease. It’s unfortunate that so many people can relate to cancer conversations because someone that they know has been affected by it. Whether their mother had breast cancer, or a friend of a friend had been diagnosed with colon cancer, the possibility of developing different types of cancers continue to rise the more that people refuse to discuss prevention.
That’s why your dentist in Park Slope wants to dedicate this week’s blog post to addressing oral cancer awareness. The more that patients are aware of the risk factors, symptoms, and consequences, the more people can avoid the disease altogether. Continue reading to learn more.