Getting rid of bad breath

Getting rid of bad breath

There are a lot of reasons that cause bad breath for example, food residue stuck in the teeth causes bacteria to grow in the mouth, causing bad smell, tobacco use and smoking also cause gum disease, which in turn causes bad breath and therefore must be treated Gingivitis and follow a daily routine to clean the mouth and get rid of bad breath.

Causes of bad breath 

One of the biggest causes of bad breath is poor dental care.

If you do not use the brush and floss correctly, food particles will begin to break down in the mouth and give off a foul odor, causing bad breath.

Food residues also help bacteria grow inside the mouth and cause bacteria to decay and deteriorate teeth and gums, producing sulfur compound and leading to bad breath.

The bacteria themselves can cause gum infections, and bad breath is one of the first signs.

Instead, skipping meals causes bad breath, because not eating reduces the production of saliva needed to flush bacteria from the teeth, tongue, and gums. 

Medical conditions such as infections in the body, diabetes, kidney failure, or liver dysfunction can also cause bad breath and this can be resolved when the medical problem is addressed.

Dry mouth is another common cause of bad breath, and dry mouth can be treated in several ways to improve breathing.

And don't forget that your diet and the type of food you eat may also affect your breath because strong foods like garlic and onions usually cause a strange smell in the mouth but using mouthwash will take care of that. 

Bad breath has many causes, including smoking, stress, diet, age, hormonal changes, and snoring.

Getting rid of bad breath Bad breath

can be eliminated by following these steps:

  • Treating gingivitis with Denta Calm Oral Gel 
  • It is preferable to brush the teeth twice a day so that food residues do not accumulate in the mouth.
  • Food residues cause tooth decay and bacteria multiplication in the mouth, so be careful to use dental floss after brushing your teeth to get rid of them.
  • Using a mouthwash daily helps to get rid of oral bacteria and keeps the mouth fresh for longer. All you need is just 30 seconds of rinsing to keep your mouth healthy and clean.


  • Clean the tongue with a tongue cleaner or brush to remove bacteria.
  • Drink plenty of water to avoid dry mouth.
  • Avoid certain foods that may leave a foul odor in the mouth.


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