Benefits Of Teeth Whitening

Posted on 6/19/2023 by Dr. Saklofsky
Benefits Of Teeth WhiteningWhen addressing or interacting with your peers, it's uncomfortable when you emit lousy breath and feel a sense of rejection from them. It gets worse when they start avoiding you and ultimately reduces your self-esteem over time. Bad breath, called halitosis, leads to anxiety, so many people opt for mints and gums to manage the situation. Although this works out, it only provides temporary solutions and fails to address the whole problem.

Causes of Bad Breath

One's diet, oral hygiene, and other habits impact one's breath. The article articulates the various causes of bad breath.

The Kind of Food

The type of food one intake hugely affect's one breath as they are digested and absorbed into the bloodstream, which closely interacts with the lungs and is breathed out through the nose. When eaten, some food and spices, such as onions and garlic, increase bacteria in the body, leading to a foul odor.

Tobacco Products Intake

Scientists have discovered that smokers are susceptible to dental complications such as gum disease, which ultimately causes terrible breath. Furthermore, the usage of tobacco products in itself leads to the production of a foul odor by the user.

Poor Dental Hygiene

Your mouth naturally contains millions of bacteria, some of which benefit your health. However, the dental-causing bacteria should be flushed away by adequately cleaning the teeth and tongue. Failure to perform good oral care results in the formation of a sticky film called plaque which, when left unattended for long, results in inflammations of the gums. The net effect of the pockets formed in the mouth is bad breath.


Some medicines are absorbed in the body and produce a terrible odor in the lungs. They may also lead to dry mouth, resulting in bad breath.

Please visit our offices today for more information on the causes and preventive measures of bad breath.
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