- June 20, 2016
Without water, there wouldn’t be life. It should go without saying that drinking enough water should be a top priority for your family once the temperatures start climbing.
But, sadly, that isn’t always the case, and like clockwork, too many Americans will suffer from the symptoms of full-blown dehydration before summer’s end.
One thing you may not realize is how dehydration can negatively affect your oral health. So today, I’m offering up a brand new infographic courtesy of your Nashua dentist that should help you understand your risks, and what you can do (aside from drinking plenty of water, of course) to help you deal with a dehydration-related problem.
Let’s take a look!