#184: Mapping Mouth Taping with Dr. Mark Burhenne
Today I’m excited to bring Dr. Mark Burhenne back to the mic to talk about mouth taping. Sleeping at night with your mouth open (hello to most of us!) alters the microbiome of the mouth and today Dr. B illuminates issues ranging from the root causes of mouth breathing to the role that nitric acid plays in premature aging. This episode is filled with actionable steps and wisdom from my favorite Functional Dentist. Anybody ready to do a mouth taping challenge with your client community?
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