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Dry Mouth - Springer Nature

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Last Updated: 27 January 2022

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The relationship between the severity of oral dryness and the use of dry-mouth interventions by various subgroups of dry-mouth patients

Objective Dry-mouth patients have different treatments to eliminate their oral dryness. The current research examined whether the use of dry-mouth treatments by various subgroups of dry-mouth patients was related to perceived oral dryness as well as salivary flow rate as well as salivary flow rate, as shown by new reports. Although recent reports revealed that various subgroups of dry-mouth patients believed different intra-oral areas as the most dry, the present study investigated whether the use of dry-mouth techniques by various subgroups of dry-mouth patients found different intra-oral regions as the most dry, according to perceived extreme hydrate augmentation of apparent oral dry-mouth interventions by various subgroups of dry-mouth patients's of dry-mouth patients's of perceived oral s of versus salivary s of salivary s of salivary s. Patients with oral dryness were more often treated than those with oral dryness due to the use of a limited number of medications and controls. Patients using drugs had correlations between the total XI score and dry-mouth interventions aimed at the whole mouth. Conclusion The use of dry-mouth techniques has been attributed to dry-mouth symptoms. Clinical significance The results will encourage clinicians to advise dry-mouth patients about the most effective options for relieving oral dryness problems.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00784-021-04292-x


UK Dental Medicines Advisory Service: questions asked by dentists - part 5: prescribing for oromucosal diseases and dry mouth

The UK Dental Medicines Advisory Service gives dentists and other dental healthcare professionals tips on the use of medications and medical devices in dentistry. The UK Dental Medicines Advisory Service gives dentists and other dental healthcare professionals tips on how to prescribe medications and how to use medications and medical equipment in dental practice. The UKDMAS has answered some of the most frequently asked questions by dentists or other members of the dental team regarding oromucosal disease and dry mouth.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-021-3681-9


Quantitative assessment of dry mouth in scrub typhus using salivary scintigraphy

Scrub typhus is an acute febrile disease caused by the intracellular pathogen Orientia tsutsugamushi. However, no studies have investigated the symptom of dry mouth in patients with scrub typhus. In comparison, the radioactivity levels of the parotid and submandibular glands were not significantly different after treatment, but not significantly different. Inadequate saliva release from the salivary glands into the oral cavity was one of the reasons for the dry mouth reported by patients with scrub typhus, according to Salivary scintigraphy. Dental scintigraphy imaging may help with the diagnosis of dry mouth in patients with scrub typhus in the future.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-03185-z

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