Bad Breath Treatment Is Within Your Reach

According to research, bad breath affects about 50% of adults at some point in time. This can be detrimental to social interactions, relationships, and self-confidence. But the good news is you don’t have to suffer in silence. At Tuttle Crossing Family Dental, we offer bad breath treatment to patients of all ages.

What is bad breath?

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be caused by several factors. Some are harmless while others can be serious. Oral microflora is a key factor in the smells that emanate from your mouth. It’s a collection of hundreds of different of bacteria that are naturally found in your mouth – and the aroma isn’t pleasant. Since the mouth is moist and warm, it offers the ideal conditions in which these bacteria can grow and prosper.

Bad breath can also be connected to:

  • Gum disease
  • Dry mouth
  • Certain foods (garlic, onions, coffee, etc.)
  • Medical conditions
  • Tobacco usage.

What you can do to control bad breath

Brushing twice a day and flossing once per day is a great preventive measure. It eliminates odor-causing bacteria. Over-the-counter mouthwashes also help by killing bacteria, but it’s only a temporary solution. If you smoke, try to quit. That will have a considerable affect on your mouth – and overall health. If you wear dentures, clean them regularly.

And finally, see us, your dentist in Dublin! We’ll gather information about your medical history, examine your smile, and ask a variety of questions to determine the root cause of your bad breath. We may uncover gum disease and can then proceed with a thorough cleaning. No matter what the cause, we can help you get on track to a fresher, lovelier smile!

Call For Bad Breath Treatment In Dublin

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