Whether you’ve got a
big date or a meeting with an important client, you always want to have fresh,
pleasant breath. Having good breath makes you more approachable and can give
you a massive boost in confidence.
For many people,
freshening up their breath is as simple as chewing a piece of gum or brushing
their teeth. Unfortunately, it’s not that straightforward for everyone.
Oral health experts
estimate that about one in four people have chronic bad breath.
Several things can
cause a person to develop bad breath, many of which are easily avoidable. If
you want to prevent bad breath proactively, be sure to continue reading.
Do you wear complete
or partial dentures? If so, then you need to remember to keep them as clean as
As you eat, small
food particles can get stuck in the crevasses of complete and partial dentures.
If these food particles aren’t removed, they can eventually start to rot and
breakdown. As this happens, the food particles take on an unpleasant odour.
If you’d like to
combat your denture-related bad breath, then you should consider getting
dentures that were processed with an IvoBase Injector.
are high-end processing systems that help create a denture that fits more
accurately. Because of this, there are fewer hard-to-reach spots that food
particles can get stuck in. In turn, this helps keep your breath fresh for
If you want to learn
more about the benefits of IvoBase Injectors, you can visit your local denture
clinic in Winnipeg or the nearest major city.
Most people know
that smoking tobacco is harmful to their major organs, like their lungs and
skin. However, many people fail to realize that smoking tobacco can also affect
their oral health.
Smoking tobacco can
lead to several oral health issues, including:
- Coated tongue
- Periodontal disease (gum disease)
- Tooth decay
All of these
conditions can influence how your breath smells.
This means that if
you want to improve the scent of your breath, then you should try to quit (or
cut back) on tobacco products.
Many people know
that certain vegetables, like onions and garlic, can give your breath a pungent
scent. However, did you know that crash diets can also affect your breath?
For those that don’t
know, crash diets are low-calorie, low-carbohydrate diets that are generally
comprised of high-fibre, lean-protein based staples. If done correctly, a crash
diet can help someone lose 10 to 20 pounds in a matter of weeks.
So, what does this
have to do with your breath?
When you remove
carbohydrates from your diet, your body begins to burn ketones (an essential
chemical that’s made in the liver). As ketones burn, they produce a pungent
smell; this scent is then released from your body via your breath.
So, unless you’re
willing to compromise the scent of your breath, you should think twice before
starting a crash diet.
If you want your mouth
to feel and smell fresh, then you should start by making use of the tips