Oral Breathing represents an epidemic problem. As dental professionals we should fight for optimal status of tongue, teeth, gums and posture. We can prevent many health consequences when we know what to look for.
Respiratory diseases are the leading causes of death and disability in the world. Children and Adults have different problems like snoring, bleeding gums, crowding teeth, teeth pigment, dry mouth, voice changes, body posture and many others. Oral breathing does have a big influence on these problems. Learn how to identify the issues and solve them. Small changes in Diagnosis are responsible for major improvements in Prognosis.
Define a predominantly mouth breather
What to do on a daily basis
Tips for better breathing
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