Do you feel self-conscious about the smell of your breath? Do you find yourself keeping your distance when speaking to others? It is not uncommon to experience bad breath from time to time, especially after eating certain foods such as garlic and onions. Usually the problem is resolved once you are able to rush and floss your teeth. The problem becomes more serious when you experience frequent bad breath and you are not sure of the cause. Persistent breath issues can be a warning that something is wrong with your oral health. Continue reading to learn more about what can cause bad breath.
Have you ever wished that some treatments could be more comfortable so you could have a more pleasant experience? Sometimes, there’s just no getting around the fact that a particular treatment is difficult or uncomfortable.
As a natural cavity fighter, fluoride is important in maintaining oral health. Fluoride is even added to some countries’ public water supplies, including the United States, to help citizens maintain good oral health. What is fluoride? It is a naturally occurring mineral that is found in the environment. Teeth receive and lose minerals everyday through the enamel coating. Acid attacks the enamel when minerals are lost. Fluoride works to protect the enamel by making the surface of the teeth resistant to harm done by acidic foods and drinks.