Bad Breath Treatment & Oral Hygiene

Bad Breath Treatment & Oral Hygiene

Monday, February 10th, 2020

Causes of bad breath & how to treat bad breath by Newmarket Dentist

Bad Breath Treatment

One of the most embarrassing things to happen to a person is having a foul odor coming out of their mouth when talking to another person. Whether it be at work, meeting someone for the first time, going out on a date, or simply catching up with a friend; it is very embarrassing to have that meeting cut short by the other person and to later discover you had bad breath all along and are not sure. You start to wonder if your bad breath was the reason why the meeting was shortened. Our dentist in Newmarket can provide you with bad breath treatment.

There are various causes of bad breath including having food stuck in between your teeth which have a foul odor such as garlic and onions; smoking tobacco is a huge factor of bad breath, respiratory infections, acid reflex and even throwing up will cause you to have bad breath. Poor oral hygiene is a leading cause of having bad breath. Brushing and flossing teeth on a daily basis prevents food from collecting in your mouth and between your teeth which can cause bacteria to start building up and cavities to start forming. If you are taking different types of medications this can cause your saliva to dry up. Saliva helps the mouth expel food particles that can rot and cause bad breath. Your dentist can prescribe artificial saliva or sugarless candy so that you can continue taking your medication without having to worry about having bad breath.

Make an appointment with your dentist if you’re concerned about bad breath so they can find the underlying cause of it. Your dentist can suggest various bad breath treatments to fight off the effects of bad breath.

The information provided is for general information purposes only and not intended to replace professional care. Please consult your physician or dentist for advice and diagnoses so you can be properly treated for your specific situation.


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