Published: Dec 05, 2018 | By: Richard Caven
And here you thought that dry skin, stiff joints, and cold and flu season were the big winter weather health hazards. One additional hazard that doesn't get nearly the attention of the aforementioned is your mouth.
That's right, your mouth - and we're not just talking about chapped lips. This post will take a closer look at how your mouth can be affected by cold weather and what you can do about it.
Here's a look at three of the most common dental issues people experience in the winter:
Oral health care should be a priority year round, but perhaps especially so during the cold winter months. Here's a look at some tips to help minimize tooth sensitivity, pain and other cold weather mouth issues come winter:
Tooth sensitivity can be a symptom of over-brushing. Learn more here.
This winter, focus more on enjoying the season and less time worrying about tooth sensitivity. For more information, contact Caven Dental today.
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