Ectodermal dysplasia can affect an individual’s salivary glands and cause dry mouth. In this article from Dr. Kay Motil, learn about the three different types of salivary glands and the important role that saliva plays in our health, eating and digestion.
If you or your child have dry mouth because the salivary glands don’t produce a normal amount of saliva, learn about all of the issues you can experience.
Dry mouth in children who have ectodermal dysplasia can be frustrating and cause challenges. Dr. Motil shares 10 tips for creating a more moist mouth to help with eating, speaking and swallowing.
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