Bad Breath Problem

Bad Breath Problem medically known as halitosis, can result from poor dental hygiene habits and may be an indication that other health problems exist.Bad breath can also be worsened by the kinds of foods you eat and your other unhealthy lifestyle choices. You can take steps to prevent and treat halitosis.

Why does bad breath come ?

If you don’t brush and floss teeth daily, food particles may remain in your mouth, promoting bacterial growth between teeth, around the gums, and on the tongue.In addition to food debris and bacteria that can cause bad breath, faulty cleaning can lead to undesirable odors from dentures.


How Does Food Affect Breath ?

Foods you eat are absorbed into your bloodstream and then travel to your lungs, affecting the air you exhale.

1. Consultations

If your dentist finds that your bad breath is caused by a buildup of bacteria, he or she may suggest a mouth rinse that kills the bacteria.

2. Check Up

The diagnosis is based on the person's medical history and oral odor during the dental exam.

3. Treatments

To prevent bad breath, aid against tooth decay and lower your risk of gum disease, always remember to practice proper oral hygiene.

4. Recovery

Various kinds of toothpaste with antibacterial qualities can help reduce bad breath odors.By eliminating food particles and plaque, flossing can help eliminate bad breath and prevent cavities.

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Frequently Ask Questions

Some FAQ Questions related to this page

Halitosis, persistent bad breath, is believed by scientists to affect a large number of people, including 25 to 50 percent of middle-aged and older adults.

Millions of microorganisms (some of which are harmful, and some helpful) coat the lining of the mouth and the tongue. They feed on tiny food particles, shed dead skin cells, and other debris.

The dental problems most likely responsible for bad breath are usually tongue coating, gingivitis, or periodontitis.

As long as you brush your teeth twice per day and floss daily, this is the best way to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

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