Fresh Breath Clinic
Prevention and treatment of bad breath
Achieving a healthy mouth with fresh breath is an important goal for everyone. Bad breath is a common problem that can affect anyone of any age. Not only is it socially embarrassing but it may also be a sign of underlying disease.
What causes bad breath?
- Gum disease and tooth decay.
- Poor oral hygiene.
- Bacteria on the teeth, gums and tongue that breakdown food and release sulphur containing gases that smell.
- Medical conditions such as sinusitis, diabetes and stomach conditions.
- Transient bad breath may also be caused by eating foods such as garlic.
How you can achieve Fresh Breath?
Treating bad breath requires good oral hygiene. This involves effective tooth brushing twice a day and flossing between teeth every day. This will remove the plaque and the bacteria that cause bad breath and gum disease.
Tongue scraping is also very important to keep your breath smelling fresh. Your tongue should be scraped until it is pink and the white/yellow film is totally removed.
We can help if you suffer from bad breath
We can recommend the best way to clean your teeth and gums and show you any areas you might be missing.
Regular check-ups with us will ensure that plaque is thoroughly removed, especially in hard to reach areas. We will also ensure that any underlying gum disease or tooth decay is noted and carefully treated.
We can help you to achieve fresh breath. Please call us on
0121 323 4492 or use our form