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Bad Breath can be attributed to smoking for many people. Mesa Dentist Cures Bad Breath

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Do you have a bad breath? Do you smoke? If so, then it could be your smoking habit that causes your bad breath. Yes, bad breath and smoking are two inseparable things. If one smokes, it follows that he or she has a bad breath, maybe not chronic but has a breath that smells like an ashtray.

Mesa Dentist Cures Bad BreathMany people smoke for a number of reasons. Some say that smoking makes them feel good and it boasts their confidence to some degree. But, if you will look at it on a much deeper level, smoking may not only cause bad breath, but may even ruin your health and your future. Because of this, bad breath and smoking are undoubtedly two unfavorable things that need to be eliminated.

Mesa Dentist Cures Bad Breath

I know that it would be difficult to stop smoking especially if you are already accustomed to it, but it doesn窶冲 mean that you can窶冲 do anything.

But when it comes down to pure logic and basic sense, there appears to be just one stand-out proponent of a bad-breath ‘fix’, and the evidence to support this is so simple to understand. Dr. Harold Katz proposes that bad breath (halitosis) is caused by the reaction of (i) naturally occurring bacteria in your mouth with (ii) certain proteins that are found in foods we eat, as well as in mucus/phlegm, blood and broken-down oral tissues. And that’s it.

The bacteria that is found in our mouths is necessary for the initial stages of digesting the foods we consume. But sometimes the reaction of these bacteria and certain proteins will result in the odorous compounds being present in our mouths, and these compounds cause bad breath. The ‘fix’ is quite complex, but at the same time it is simple. What you obviously need to do is stop the bacteria/protein mix from creating the odorous VSC. The way this is done is by adding “oxygen” to the environment they live in (tongue/throat). By adding oxygen, the end result is the formation of a “Sulfate”, which has no odor or taste. Mesa Dentist Cures Bad Breath

Starting with a regular brush schedule (twice a day) using a Dentist recommended Toothpaste and a regular floss and rinse schedule are the simple ways to eliminate bad breath.

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