Schedule a Bad Breath Treatment With Our Albuquerque Dentist Office

For people that struggle with bad breath, it can seem like they have tried everything to get rid of it, except maybe making an appointment with their Albuquerque dentist. There are a few different reasons that someone could be experiencing bad breath. From not having a good oral hygiene routine, to different medications that someone may be taking, these factors can all lead to someone experiencing bad breath.

Our Albuquerque dentist will look over some of the reasons that someone may be having an issue with bad breath. After this brief overview, you will be better equipped to hone in and figure out what could be causing your breath to not smell as fresh. Read more below as we go over everything you need to know regarding bad breath. 

What can cause bad breath?

Bad breath can be caused by a few different issues. From things we eat and drink to other factors, we will cover some of the things that can cause someone to have not the best smelling breath.

Foods can cause bad breath

When someone eats different foods, the breakdown of the particles can be one of the reasons that a person's breath does not smell the best. If they ate things like garlic, onions or other strong smelling spices, their breath may not necessarily smell the greatest.

A good tooth brushing and rinsing with some mouthwash can be a good way to get rid of the bad breath, in the moment.

Tobacco products are not good for breath

For people that use tobacco products, keeping their breath smelling fresh can be more difficult. Because of the different chemicals that are introduced to the mouth, smokers and tobacco users are more likely to have gum disease form. This is another cause of bad breath in general, for both smokers and non-smokers.

Dry mouth can cause bad breath, too

Another cause of bad breath is if someone suffers from having a dry mouth. Since the saliva in the mouth helps in washing away particles and bacteria, if and when a person does not have this occurring, the bad breath can seem worse.

Poor dental hygiene can be the culprit of bad breath

For someone who does not have good dental hygiene and a steady daily routine, bad breath can be an issue. Because they are not washing away the bacteria and food particle buildup each day, bad breath can quickly sink in and begin being an issue.

Brushing the teeth twice per day and flossing can render this issue. For people whose bad breath stems from poor dental hygiene then they will quickly see a difference once they begin having a steady oral hygiene routine again. Ultimately, scheduling an appointment with an Albuquerque dentist can help treat bad breath. They can prescribe oral rinses or medications to help kill bacteria and promote saliva flow. Exams may be done to also determine if gum disease or poor oral hygiene is contributing to the bad breath.

Have more questions about what could be causing your bad breath? Our Albuquerque dentist office will gladly help answer any additional questions to help you get the fresh breath you have been wanting to have! GIve us a call or stop by today so that we can help you. 

Request an appointment here: https://familychoicedentistry.com or call Family Choice Dental at (505) 634-5541 for an appointment in our Albuquerque office.

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