Halitosis

Halitosis

What is halitosis?

 

Halitosis is an unpleasant odor from the mouth commonly referred to as bad breath. Halitosis can be caused by the consumption of certain foods, poor oral hygiene, alcohol or tobacco use, dry mouth, or by certain medical conditions.

 

Here are 5 ways to help prevent halitosis

 

✔️ Brush twice a day for two minutes

✔️Floss daily

✔️Rinse with alcohol-free mouth rinse

✔️Scrub your tongue

✔️ Drink water, stay HYDRATED

 

Happy Friday

Author
Dr. John M. Garcia D.D.S. Dr. Garcia graduated from Georgetown University Dental School in Washington, DC in 1988. While there, he earned honors from the Department of Fixed Prosthodontics. He then studied at the highly acclaimed Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Studies. While there, he learned more highly detailed techniques for the whole masticatory system. Dr. Garcia also trained in the Dawson Philosophy of Occlusion and the Concept of Complete Dentistry, both of which he now follows. Dr. Garcia has been in private practice as a dentist since 1990, and he strives to keep up with the latest advances in the dental field so he can offer the most effective and advanced care to his patients. Dr. Garcia specializes in helping patients improve their smile through skilled dental care and the latest technological advances in the world of dentistry.

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