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  • Dry mouth

    Dry mouth is a condition that usually results from decreased production of saliva. At times, xerostomia can make it difficult to speak and may lead to malnutrition.
  • Dry mouth

    Extreme dry mouth and salivary gland dysfunction can produce significant and permanent mouth and throat disorders and can impair a person's quality of life. Dry mouth is also called xerostomia.
  • Dry mouth

    Treatment: Treatment for dry mouth depends on what is causing the problem. Generally, treatment of a dry mouth focuses on three areas: • Managing underlying medical conditions causing the dry mouth • Preventing tooth decay • Increasing the flow of saliva. Epidemiology: Dry mouth syndrome affects 0.1-4% of the population.

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