Breathing through mouth during sleep may increase tooth decay risk

 Written by Catharine Paddock PhD Published: Monday 8 February 2016 A comparison of acidity levels in the mouths of individuals who did and did not breathe through the mouth during sleep finds mouth breathing may promote dental erosion and decay. The researchers found that at stages during the night, acidity levels in the mouths of … Continue reading Breathing through mouth during sleep may increase tooth decay risk