How to Avoid Bad Breath with good Oral hygiene

Anyone can suffer from bad breath. It is estimated that 1 in 4 people have bad breath on a regular basis.Halitosis is the third most common reason that people seek dental care, after tooth decay and gum disease.

Simple home remedies and lifestyle changes, such as improved dental hygiene and quitting smoking, can often remove the issue. If bad breath persists, however, it is advisable to visit a doctor to check for underlying causes.

Home remedies

Some of lifestyle changes and home remedies for bad breath are:

Treatment

At Springfield Smiles Family Dental our Dentist would give close attention to help our patients to have educated with good oral hygiene, We also recommended that individuals visit our dentist for a check-up and do not miss your cleaning twice a year.

Depending upon the patient’s need, our dentist may recommend a toothpaste that includes an antibacterial agent or an antibacterial mouthwash.

Alternatively, if gum disease is present, professional cleaning may be necessary to clear out the build-up of bacteria in pockets between the gums and teeth.

Author
Dr Heggade DDS

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