An article had been written on the causes of mouth odour. In this write-up, we would be discussing the remedies for mouth odour.
Most of the preventive tips are usually what an individual can do at home without necessarily visiting the dentist. However, if the mouth odour persists after applying simple home remedies, a visit to any dentist of your choice is advised. Please do not resort to the use of the so-called ‘miracle powder’, they won’t help either. The following highlights the simple preventive measures you can take for mouth odour:
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It may be tempting to say or think that toothbrushing cannot prevent or stop mouth odour. Most people would even tell their doctor that they brush for at fifteen minutes, to no avail. Interestingly, there are people who do not even bother to brush, they just wake up in the morning and use water to rinse their mouth.
Failure to brush or brush your teeth properly will result in the accumulation of food particles, which can predispose
Also , ensure to clean your tongue using tongue scraper. If you do not have tongue scraper, you can use a soft toothbrush to gently clean your tongue to remove the food debris.
MONITORING WHAT YOU EAT AND DRINK
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The use of mouthwash doesn’t permanently solve the problem of mouth odour especially if the underlying cause is not treated. It can be used in addition to toothbrushing.
It is a known fact that smoking cigarette gives offensive mouth odour. Quitting this habit will stop bad breath automatically and will give you a new lease of life.
VISITING YOUR DENTIST
Scheduling regular visit to your dentist would enable early detection and treatment of cavities, gum disease or other underlying problems that might predispose to mouth odour.
Furthermore, if any of the above fails to eliminate your mouth odour, it is advisable you visit your dentist because there might be an underlying serious condidtion