Avoiding Bad Breath – at All Cost!

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November 21, 2015
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Avoiding Bad Breath – at All Cost!

She loves me… she loves me not… she loves me… she loves me not. Halt! The truth is it doesn’t matter how much they love you, if you have halitosis, she or he is not going to love your bad breath. Those who are plagued with bad breath, don’t worry, you are not alone. It is reported that 65% of the American population have bad breath, and 35 to 45% of the world population suffer from this problem. The problem literally stinks, but we at Sedation Dental in San Diego have these useful practices to avoid bad breath and make your face to face interactions one where she loves you, and loves you always and never a not – at all cost.

Brushing, Flossing, and Rinse: The first line of resistance

All good general dentist or specialist will tell you the first line of resistance and defense in oral care starts with the big three: Brushing, Flossing and Rinsing with mouth wash. Bad breath originates from the nose, the stomach, the mouth, and is germinated in the gums and from the tongue, so when brushing ample time must be spent covering all these areas of the mouth, the teeth, the tongue, and the gums. It is even good to invest in a tongue scrapper. And remember brush, floss, and rinse at least two times a day for two to three minutes – at all cost.

Trident is Kryptonite to Bad Breath

Never under estimate the power of Trident. Trident cleans your teeth, and fights bad breath at its sources, in the tongue and the gums. And if you are not a fan of trident there are also specialty gums made just for fighting halitosis, such as, TheraBreath. Ask your dentist at Sedation Dental what gum they would recommend for you. And remember the goal is fresher breath – at all cost.

Apples, Carrots, and Green Foods with Chlorophyll

Apples, Carrots, and Celery are good for the body and great for the teeth. They strengthen and clean naturally and should be utilized daily in your battle against bad breath. Green foods are especially important to work into your war against halitosis because these contain Chlorophyll, which is known to be a natural deodorizer. Apply these practices – at all cost.

The Almighty power of Water

Water is more than just good for the body it is divine. And when fighting bad breath just maintaining a steady intake of H2O will work wonders in your proactive stance against halitosis. Also remember one of the sources of bad breath is your stomach, water is a way to keep your internal self-flushed and to help in your fight against bad breath – at all cost.
In San Diego, we at Sedation Dental are your general dentist committed to all your dental needs. If our patients are smiling, we are smiling. And we will be sure to aid in your personal fight against bad breath – at all cost.

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