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Middlesex: 7 Surprising Causes Of Bad Breath

Middlesex: 7 Surprising Causes Of Bad Breath

Posted by Ralph Reilly on December 30, 2015
Ralph Reilly

Middlesex men and women who have chronic bad breath understand the embarrassment and frustration associated with this condition. There are several possible causes, some that are often overlooked by our Middlesex patients.

Poor oral hygiene
Digestive problems
Systemic infection
Bacteria on dentures
Gum disease
Food particles on tonsils
Dry mouth
At Advanced Dentistry, we can help you with this unpleasant problem. If your bad breath is the result of poor oral hygiene, you’re in luck – this is one of the easiest types to treat. If you have visited our Middlesex dental blog before, you know step one: make sure you brush for a full three minutes and floss before you climb into bed.

People who have no idea how long they brush can set a timer (there is probably one on your smartphone). In addition to cleaning tooth surfaces, scrub your tongue! Then take the time to carefully floss around each tooth to remove the plaque between your teeth and keep your gums healthy.

Some extra-careful Bridgewater oral hygiene pros brush after each meal to prevent bacteria-causing food particles from sitting on their teeth during the day. In addition to freshening your breath, practicing proper oral hygiene will improve your health.

Schedule an examination and deep dental cleaning at Advanced Dentistry in Middlesex. Our dental hygienists will get all the plaque and calculus off your teeth. During your examination, Dr. Ralph Reilly will determine whether you have a dental problem that is contributing to your breath.

Possible dental causes are a cavity, a broken crown, or gum disease. If Dr. Reilly suspects that your bad breath is caused by a non-dental problem, such as a respiratory infection, you will be referred to an appropriate Plainfield area medical professional.

Treating bad breath in Middlesex starts with a visit to Advanced Dentistry. In addition to general dental care, we provide a complete menu of cosmetic dental services including sedation dentistry, teeth whitening, and porcelain veneers. Call us at 732-564-7980 today!

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