Bad Breath

Bad breath is a very common condition. Everyone suffers from occasional bad breath (Halitosis). There are four easy home remedies that will solve the issue for most people:

  1. Drink the recommended daily amount of water. That’s 4L for males and 3L for females. One of the main causes of bad breath is dehydration.
  2. Use a tongue cleaner. The majority of the bacteria which cause bad breathe live on back part of your tongue. We offer free samples at Peak Dental. Don’t scrape too hard or you can lose your taste buds over time.
  3. Get a moisturizing mouthwash. Select a mouthwash that will help keep the mouth hydrated (Biotene or Smartmouth for example). Any mouthwash with alcohol will dry out your mouth and reinforce bad breath problems.
  4. Maintain proper dental hygiene. Brushing and flossing regularly helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease, but also helps prevent halitosis.

However, if your bad breath persists, there may be a more serious underlying issue. If you experience persistent bad breath, please call us to book a dental examination to rule out any oral hygiene disease and learn the simple steps required to prevent a future recurrence.

Oral Hygiene video

About Our Clinics

At Peak Dental Arts, we provide dental care in North and West Vancouver area. Our goal is to provide patients with exceptional dentistry in a calm, educational and professional environment. We strive to deliver comprehensive dental care, looking at the mouth as a whole in order to give our patient’s teeth the best chance for lasting a lifetime.

To facilitate this, we create long-term strategies that involve the patient’s personal goals. We listen carefully to each patient’s dental concerns and include the patient in the treatment planning process. Creating an inclusive treatment plan and providing engaging patient education is a top priority at Peak Dental Arts.

We recognize our role in the community as both a responsibility and a privilege and we look forward to serving you soon.

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