If you consistently notice that your mouth is bone-dry in the morning, you’re not alone. Dry mouth affects all of us occasionally, but if you often get dry mouth at night, it’s a sign that treatment is required. Read our blog post to learn more!
Read our blog to learn about sleep apnea symptoms, treatment, and prevention. Our team cares not only for your teeth and mouth, but your airway too! If you’re struggling with daytime drowsiness, headaches, and insomnia, contact us to see if we can help improve your sleep quality.