The Secret to Banishing Bad Breath

The Secret to Banishing Bad Breath

There is no way to sugar-coat it – bad breath is embarrassing. Fortunately, with proper oral hygiene and some helpful home remedies, you can avoid the embarrassment of bad breath forever. There are many reasons for why a person can suffer from bad breath. Typically, it’s origin can be traced to bacteria build-up in the mouth as well as other reasons including smoking, dry mouth, gum disease, etc.

Halitosis or chronic bad breath is usually a sign of gum disease. If you brush and floss regularly and still can’t get rid of your bad breath, its usually clear sign that you should visit your dentist for a consultation. Your dentist will be able to properly diagnose the cause of your bad breath and make the necessary recommendation for proper treatment. The following tips are ways to keep your breath smelling fresh and improve your overall oral hygiene.

At iSmile Dental in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, we advise our patients to keep up good oral hygiene habits. Getting your routine dental cleaning every 6 months, along with taking advantage of the above tips can keep your breath smelling fresh and clean. Contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule a preventative visit.

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