Sleep apnea occurs when the tongue and other soft tissues at the back of the mouth periodically fall back and block the airway. When the blockage is partial, these tissues may audibly vibrate (snoring). Learn more about these systems in our blog post.
We know and love our toothbrushes as the tools that kick plaque to the curb, help keep cavities at bay (with the help of fluoride toothpaste, of course) and freshen our breath. But what else can we learn about them?