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Tips to prevent Bad Breath

Bad breath is also known as halitosis. The odor of breath can vary depending on the cause of the problem. Some people worry too much about their breath even though they have little or no mouth odor, while others have bad breath and don’t know it. If you have bad breath first review your oral hygiene habits. The most common causes of bad breath are:


Food particles from stinky foods

Respiratory infections

Acid Reflux

Poor oral hygiene

Dry mouth

Gum diseases


Crash diets


This dental problem can generate significant psychological distress, definitely bad bread is uncomfortable for you and those around you, but it’s easy to fix.

The 3 ways more effective for treat this annoyance are:

  1. Brush teeth twice a day and floss daily.
  2. Use a tongue scraper to eliminate odor-causing bacteria on the tongue.
  3. Visit the dentist twice a year for cleanings and checkups.

Although there are other strategies that may help you to prevent it.

  1. Eat fruits and vegetables. Foods high in vitamin C can act as natural neutralizers for bad breath.
  2. Chew sugarless gum. Most sugar-free gums are sweetened with xylitol, which, inhibits the growth of germs.
  3. Drink enough water. Drinking water will rehydrate your tongue, gums and avoid the dry mouth.
  4. Use a portable toothbrush. Keeping portable toothbrushes, a couple of floss picks and a few mints in your bag and save you from a bad breath
  5. Eat some herbs. Herbs like parsley and mint are powerful breath neutralizers.

If your bad breath persists after making such changes, ask your dentist. If he suspects a more serious condition is causing your bad breath, he may refer you to a physician to find the cause of the odor.

Don’t wait a long time and make an appointment at 1800 565 1424 from USA or Canada and receive a FREE evaluation. Remember your oral care can affect your health.

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