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Excessive saliva is caused by an increase in the body?s saliva production or a decrease in a person?s ability to swallow or keep saliva in the mouth, says Mayo Clinic. Some causes of increased saliva production include i... More »

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Prescription medications, Botox injections and surgery are treatment options for excess saliva, according to WebMD. The doctor selects treatment based on the cause of the excess saliva. More »

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Causes of excess saliva include eating spicy foods, medication side effects, pregnancy, problems swallowing, and certain medical conditions and diseases, according to WebMD. Poor muscle control in the mouth and face is a... More »

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