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Can Using Mouthwash Eliminate Your Bad Breath?

by Ross Martin

There are many types of mouthwash products you can buy, and many of these claim to eliminate bad breath. If you suffer from bad breath and want to have fresher breath, you may want to try using mouthwash for this purpose. While this can help with the quality of your breath, it's important to understand that it will probably not eliminate your bad breath completely. Here are a couple things to know about this.

You should choose the right type of mouthwash

When you shop for mouthwash, it's important to choose the right one if your goal is to freshen your breath. Certain mouthwash products are not designed for this purpose, but others are. As you look or the right one, you should try to find one that contains alcohol. Alcohol is the most common ingredient used in mouthwash, and it is used because it kills bacteria, and bacteria is one of the common causes of bad breath.

A second ingredient to look for in a mouthwash is fluoride. Fluoride is best known for strengthening the enamel on teeth, and this could also help with your bad breath. If you have stronger teeth, this means you may have fewer cavities and less decay. Decay on teeth can leave breath smelling badly, which is why you should choose mouthwash that has fluoride in it.

You should know that using mouthwash is not enough to stop bad breath

Bad breath can be the result of many things, but a common cause of bad breath is food trapped between teeth. When food gets trapped like this, it begins rotting in your mouth, and this can lead to foul odors. While mouthwash may help loosen up trapped food, it will not eliminate it. You will need to floss your teeth each day to make sure there is nothing trapped between your teeth, and this could also help you have fresher breath.

In addition, if you suffer from dry mouth, you may also experience bad breath. If you want to get rid of your bad breath in this case, you will need to treat the dry mouth problem.

Finally, bad breath can be a result of untreated cavities. Cavities form when acid eats away at teeth, and this leads to decay forming on teeth. If this remains on your teeth, you may experience bad breath.

There are a number of things that can lead to bad breath, and using mouthwash can be one good way to help with this. Unfortunately, you will most likely need to do more than use mouthwash to have fresher breath. For more information, contact Olson, Brant N DDS PA or a similar dental professional.


About Me

About Jessica's Cosmetic Surgeries

Hello there! I'm Jessica Goodyear. I am an unofficial expert on cosmetic procedures--mostly because I've had a lot of them done. Some people judge me or think I'm fake, but I feel more like myself than I ever have before! It all started when I was a teenager. I broke my nose playing softball, and I had to have plastic surgery on my nose so that I could breathe properly. But my nose looked different afterwards, and I liked it better! Now I save up my money to get something done every few years. Whether it's teeth whitening or veneers, a little bit of liposuction, or new cheekbones, there's something so satisfying about letting your inner beauty shine out through your outer body. I started this site to help break the stereotypes about cosmetic surgeries and to talk about some of the health risks related to them. Check it out!