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Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey
Telephone 01932 570 099 | Email
Call 07821 119 351 between 6pm - 10pm to book

Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey

Telephone 01932 570 099

Call 07821 119 351 between 6pm - 10pm to book


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News & stories relating to our dental & cosmetic treatments.
From 19 July, the government is lifting all legal requirements to wear a face-covering in public places, but many experts are still encouraging people to continue wearing a face mask to continue to help lower the risk of transmitting the virus. However, wearing a mask for a long period can contribute to bad breath. Mask wearing can lead to dehydration, which in turn can cause tooth decay and inflamed gums. While we all continue to wear a face mask, we have some tips to help avoid or treat halitosis or bad breath.


Oral hygiene maintenance It could be that you are not brushing your teeth properly. Brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and regular flossing will help eliminate the bad breath causing bacteria in your mouth.


Watch what you eat Foods like fish, eggs, garlic, onion, coffee or spicy food release sulphur which has a putrid smell. Some of these sulphides stay in your bloodstream until 72 hours causing bad breath for days together. Try replacing these with foods like lemon, parsley, apple and carrots. They increase saliva production thereby washing away the residues.


Blame your medication Medicines treating anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, pain and muscle tension lead to decreased salivary flow. Check with your doctor before you start any new course of medications.


Tobacco and alcohol Smoking dries up the mouth and reduces saliva, creating smoker’ breath. Wine, spirits, and mixers all contain sugars, meaning they feed the bacteria in your mouth and produce bad breath. Drink plenty of water, and chew on sugar-free gum to promote saliva production.


Underlying medical conditions Bad breath can be caused by gastroesophageal reflux disease, diabetes, chronic kidney failure, and liver disease. If you have concerns then you should see your GP as soon as possible.


Bad breath is not just down to oral hygiene but also multiple underlying conditions. Don't ignore that foul breath and wash your masks regularly.


If you’re looking for help with bad breath in Surrey, talk to us today.


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