Oral health is important for patients of all ages, but there are many problems that become more pressing in older patients. Seniors are more likely to experience trouble with lost teeth, denture care, discoloration, and periodontal disease. Understanding the hazards that are unique to seniors will help you get a better idea of how to address and prevent these issues.
Bad breath can put a damper on any situation, whether it be a first date, a job interview, or a trip on an overcrowded bus. Chronic bad breath is known as halitosis and, even if you take meticulous care of your mouth, your dietary choices may ensure that your breath is still not as savoury as you would like.
Fear not! There is an easy way to curb bad breath, and it is as simple as keeping track of certain items in your diet.
If you constantly have bad breath and think there’s nothing you can do about it, think again. These helpful tips can assist in keeping bad breath at bay.
Halitosis, or bad breath, can be seriously humiliating. You don’t have to live with it forever! Simply by brushing and flossing at least two times a day, particularly after you’ve eaten, can help. The tongue collects a lot of bacteria and gunk so be sure to brush it – you can even use a tongue scraper. If you rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash after, that will do you wonders.
Bad breath can scare away a variety of people, whether it be your boss, family, or a potential new love interest. 123Dentist Community Dentist Network practices are always available to share the latest tips and tricks on how to freshen bad breath.
At all of our 123Dentist Community Dentist Network practices, we know that many patients are worried about how their breath smells. However, while some cases of bad breath are persistent and chronic, bad breath can typically be kept at bay.