Are you self-conscious when speaking closely to others? Do you take a step back because you are concerned about the smell of your breath? It isn’t uncommon for us all to experience bad breath from time to time. It is expected after a cup of coffee or a big meal full of onions and garlic. After a thorough brushing, most of us have fresh breath again; however, if you continuously deal with bad breath that is not caused by food or drink, you may have a problem with your oral health. Read on to learn what conditions you may be experiencing.
The saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” certainly holds true when it comes to avoiding painful and costly dental problems. Our goal is to give you the best dental care possible, but it’s your own dental hygiene habits that really set you up for a lifetime of great oral health. We’re spreading the love this month by sharing key reminders on how you can prevent common dental conditions.