In our hectic lives, we don’t brush our teeth as often as we need to. From the time we wake up to the time we go back to sleep we are so focused on the things we need to take care of now that other things get placed in a secondary role, like proper oral care. Most of us probably only brush our teeth in the morning after breakfast and then at night when we go to bed leaving a huge gap of time where we might eat again given bacteria in the mouth time to multiply and cause bad breath. On occasion, you may see, a person brushing their teeth in a public bathroom. But how often is that?
We are all aware that over time our breath isn’t as fresh as we would like it to be but very few of us take the steps necessary to ensure that our breath can be the best it can be, especially when we interact with others. The idea then is if we can’t brush our teeth when we need to then hopefully the toothpaste we use will fight bad breath as long as possible. Let’s see just how the right toothpaste for bad breath can help us be more protected through the day.
In order to find a better toothpaste for bad breath we need to know what the common ingredients in them are. It is a general consensus that all toothpaste have some sort of anti-bacterial compound that kills the bacteria that causes bad breath as well as prevent serious tooth and gum afflictions like gingivitis or cavities. Most toothpaste also contain fluoride which treats teeth against gum disease, but it isn’t a necessity for healthy teeth and gums as people brush with baking soda and water as they find toothpaste with fluoride too sweet. They also have a mint flavoring to aid in the masking of any unpleasant odor that might come the mouth as well as exude confident that a person doesn’t have to worry about their breath.
It isn’t enough to have the right ingredients to fight bad breath. It’s important to brush the teeth correctly so you can maximize the toothpaste and minimize the chances of bad breath coming back sooner. Brush back and forth on the outside and inside surfaces of the teeth and up and down for the front teeth. Brush along the gum line prevents food build up which is a leading cause of bad breath. It’s also important to brush the tongue. It can be difficult because of the gag reflex associated with touching the tongue, but the toothpaste will destroy the bacteria settling on your tongue and prevent having bad breath.
It could be hours before you brush your teeth again. Multiple meals and snacks have passed through the mouth without any oral care. The toothpaste you use and the way you use it could prolong the formation of odor-causing bacteria.
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