Bad Breath Treatment
Bad Breath Causes, Treatments, and Prevention
Bad Breath Treatment Albury
Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be very embarrassing, especially when other people comment on it, making you feel self-conscious about talking and even smiling.
Most cases of bad breath occur after having a meal with ingredients with strong odours or after going a long time without brushing.
These cases are resolved by brushing or gargling with mouthwash.
On the other hand, chronic halitosis occurs frequently and can only be temporarily relieved with proper hygiene.
This is because chronic bad breath does not exist on its own; it’s often a symptom of a more serious problem and can’t be resolved without the proper treatment.
Treatment for Bad Breath at Kreativ Dental
Avoid tooth decay and lower your risk of developing gum disease, have a regular oral hygiene routine. Bad breath treatment depends on its cause and severity.
For causes linked to oral health, your Albury dentist will work with you to help you better control your bad breath.
Dental solutions may include:
Mouthwash and toothpaste. If your bad breath is caused by bacteria build-up, your Albury dentist may recommend you use an antibacterial mouthwash and toothpaste.
Treatment of dental disease. If you have gum disease, see your Albury dentist right away. Gum diseases can cause gums recession, leaving deep pockets that fill with odour-causing bacteria.
Your Albury dentist might also recommend replacing old restorations since they become breeding grounds for bacteria.
Bad Breath Prevention
- Keep your mouth ALWAYS clean. Brush your teeth thoroughly before bed and at least once at another time during the day.
- Floss your teeth once a day, so it removes the food particles stuck between your teeth and under the gums.
- Chew sugar-free gum boosts saliva production and stops you from developing dry mouth that can lead to bad breath.
Bad Breath Treatment in Albury
If there are dental problems that cause your bad breath, your Albury dentist can start to treat the causes with dental cleaning or scraping.
We are located at 525 Wilson St in Albury.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the causes of bad breath?
Some of the common causes of bad breath include food stuck between the teeth, poor oral hygiene, gum disease, dry mouth, tobacco use, certain medications and more.
How can I treat bad breath?
If your bad breath won’t seem to go away after doing these things, schedule an appointment with your Albury dentist.
How do I prevent bad breath?
For a fresh breath, eep up on oral hygiene, do not skip on your check-ups and rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash.