Today is World Sleep Day! It might surprise you to learn that your sleep quality affects your oral health.
If you struggle with symptoms of sleep apnea, you may sleep with your mouth open, and as a result, experience dry mouth. This can cause problems with cavities, gum disease, and more. It can also lead to other serious health problems. Grinding your teeth at night can also affect your sleep quality and oral health. It may result in damage to your teeth and give you jaw pain, headaches, and other symptoms.
Whether you struggle with sleep problems like sleep apnea or TMJ symptoms, we can help you address these issues to get a good night’s sleep.
Call Beaumont Family Dentistry today to schedule an appointment: