Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Identifying this is a quick first step. You shouldn’t measure bad breath based on when you just woke up or after an extended period without dental hygiene. This is most easily identifiable when you are constantly feeling like your breath is off, and even after taking corrective measures with gum or brushing your teeth, you still have the same results.

Quick and Easy Steps to Improve

Brush Your Teeth Consistently Through the Day: Once a day simply isn’t enough. Even just doing a quick brush after lunch and dinner, you’ll see a major change in this issue. This isn’t to make your breath smell better but to root out the underlying oral health beneath the issue and correct it.

Amending Your Diet: Diet plays a huge role in how halitosis will impact your daily routine. If you aren’t keeping up with a steady, healthy diet, you’ll see weaker results with improving halitosis.

Keeping up with Checkups: Checkups are like taking your car in for maintenance. You just need to do it. It keeps your teeth acting as a well-oiled machine.

Equipment for Dental Care: Toothbrushes, floss, etc. all need to be regularly replaced. When you’ve been using the same toothbrush for an extended period without replacing the brush, you’re going to see it regularly impact your breath.



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