Snoring can have a profound impact on your dental health. Even at its mildest, snoring dries out your mouth and prevents your oral cavity from doing the self-care needed to keep you healthy. Snoring can also be an indicator of larger, more serious health issues. Snoring can also mean you are not sleeping as well as you could be, leading to you not being your full self during the day.
Fortunately, snoring is manageable. It can even be treated in most cases. That said, it is important to treat early to ensure that you, and your mouth, are as healthy as possible.