Why do you drool? How can you fix drooling?

drooling, excessive salivation, dry mouth, food, salivary glands, drooling in babies, teething pain, pedodontist, dentist

Saliva is an integral part of your mouth hygiene. Saliva helps in the digestion of food, keeps your mouth clean by flushing the debris, aids in speech, keeps your mouth moist and fights infection because of its antibacterial properties. Your salivary glands produce close to 1-1.5 liters of saliva daily. However, sometimes people can have excessive saliva in their mouths.…

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