Curb your Bad Breath with Good Hygiene

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Halitosis usually comes from foods, tobacco usage, poor dental care, dry mouth, or even underlying health issues.

Bad breath can be a major hindrance to your everyday life. It can ruin a promising date, a solid job interview, or even just an evening with friends. Ok, bad breath might not completely ruin all of those things, but it is a major indication that your mouth is not in the best health. That’s why we’re going to be talking about how you can defeat bad breath using the power of good hygiene. Are you ready to learn more? Well, here we go!

Don’t let bad breath win!

Bad breath is known as Halitosis. This condition usually comes from foods, tobacco usage, poor dental care, dry mouth, or even underlying health issues. Keeping track of your dental hygiene can help to detect underlying health issues down the line, but to do that, you have to start from a clean slate. Creating that clean slate requires some work on your part, but the work is worth it.

Combat your bad breath with good plans.

Keeping a dental hygiene routine is an essential part of keeping bad breath at bay. You should brush your teeth every morning, after meals, and before you go to sleep. Adding mouth wash into the mix can be a huge help. Pop in some sugarless gum if you don’t have time to brush after meals. It can help to get the plaque off of your teeth. You should talk to your dentist if you think your bad breath may be caused by a serious health issue. They can help alleviate your fears and make sure you get on the right track to improve your dental hygiene.

Call Affinity Dental!

Affinity Dental’s team of experienced and highly personable dentists have the technology and skill necessary to make oral surgery quick and painless. Affinity Dental is dedicated to providing Maryland with the best dental service and oral surgery practices in the state. We offer morning, evening, and weekend hours to accommodate our patients and provide access to care to fit your busy schedule. We’re trained and equipped to tackle any dental problem you have, from routine cleaning to advanced oral surgery.

Contact us by phone at 410-719-7900, or on our website.

Our doctors and staff are dedicated to improving your dental health!

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