Bad breath can cause embarrassment. Bad Breath Treatment in Pune Camp can help you get rid of the bad breath and the embarrassment that comes with it.

What are the reasons for bad breath?

Bad breath is a relatively prevalent ailment that can be caused by a variety of factors. The odorous gases created by bacteria that cover your teeth, gums, and tongue are the most common cause of persistent bad breath. Food fragments caught between the teeth and on the tongue will decay and produce an unpleasant odour. Garlic, caffeine, and onions are all strong foods that might aggravate the condition. Brushing your teeth correctly and on a regular basis is critical. This will aid in the freshening of your breath.

What other factors contribute to poor breath?

Some medical conditions might also produce bad breath. Xerostomia (dry mouth) is a disorder in which your mouth produces less saliva. This causes bacteria to accumulate in your mouth, resulting in bad breath. Some drugs, salivary gland disorders, or breathing through your mouth instead of your nose can all cause dry mouth. Saliva production may decrease as people age, producing additional issues.

Are there any other medical disorders that can produce bad breath?

Infections of the throat, nose, or lungs, sinusitis, bronchitis, diabetes, or liver or renal disorders are some of the other medical illnesses that produce foul breath. If your dentist determines that your mouth is healthy, you may be directed to your primary care physician or a specialist to determine the source of your bad breath.

How can bad breath treatment in Pune Camp help?

At Duggal dental clinic, during bad breath treatment in Pune camp, our dentist will be able to detect any areas where plaque has been lodged between your teeth if you have regular check-ups. Your dental experts will be able to clean all of the hard-to-reach places. They’ll also show you how to clean your teeth and gums properly, as well as any places you could be missing, such as your tongue.

How to prevent bad breath?

  • Brush your teeth and gums last thing at night and at least one other time during the day, with fluoride toothpaste.
  • Don’t forget to brush your tongue as well, or use a tongue scraper. Cut down on how often you have sugary food and drinks.
  • Visit your dental team regularly, as often as they recommend.
  • Clean in between your teeth with ‘interdental’ brushes or floss at least once a day – brushing alone only cleans up to about 60 percent of the surface of your teeth. There are other products you can buy to clean between your teeth.
  • Use a mouthwash – some contain antibacterial agents that could kill bacteria that make your breath smell unpleasant.

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