QUICK TIPS TO TREAT BAD BREATH

Most patients have experienced bad breath at one time or another. Bad breath can be embarrassing, affect your overall confidence, and even make you dread social interactions. Just know that you are not alone, and bad breath is a common dental concern that patients get treated for every day. As a highly trained Buckhead, GA dentist, Dr. Deborah King has years of experience identifying and addressing a wide range of dental problems. General dentist, Dr. King takes the time to thoroughly examine your teeth, mouth, and gums to determine if your bad breath may be linked to a more complex dental problem. Often, bad breath is usually a result of poor oral hygiene. Try following these quick, easy tips to help improve the quality of your smile and eliminate bad breath.

Quick Tips To Treat Bad Breath
Improve your oral hygiene routine. Brush and floss your teeth twice a day, every day. Brushing and flossing regularly can help eliminate plaque, which may be causing your bad breath.Sugar-free gum is a great way to keep your teeth clean if you are not able to brush or floss at the moment. Chewing sugar-free gum between meals can help remove food and debris that may get stuck on or between the teeth throughout the day

Use mouthwash. Using and ADA approved mouthwash can help eliminate debris that may be hiding between the teeth and freshen your breath. Mouthwash can also help minimize plaque buildup, which may also contribute to bad breath.

Use a tongue scraper. You would be surprised at the number of patients who forget to brush their tongue during their oral hygiene routine. Your tongue can store bacteria that may be causing your bad breath. Patients can gently brush their tongue with their toothbrush or use a tongue scraper to remove harmful bacteria from the tongue.

Schedule A Visit To Buckhead Dental Care in Buckhead, GA
Don’t let bad breath be the reason you don’t feel confident in your smile. Following a proper oral hygiene routine can help improve the overall function and quality of your smile. If your bad breath is caused by a more complex dental problem, Dr. King offers a range of services to help treat and restore your smile. Patients can call our Buckhead dental office to schedule an appointment or call (404) 348-8863 to schedule an appointment.

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