Dry Mouth Concerns

Dry Mouth Solutions in Greer, SC

Saliva plays a crucial role in keeping the mouth moist, clean and helping with food digestion. This natural dental fluid also controls bacteria and fungi in the mouth, thereby preventing mouth infection. If you don’t produce sufficient saliva, your mouth will grow dry and uncomfortable. This will give occasion for bacterial infection and dental decay, among other side effects. Fortunately, there are preventative measures you can take and treatment options to help deal with dry mouth, known as xerostomia in dental terms.