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If you are suffering from halitosis, you do have options at your disposal. Halitosis is often the sign of issues within your body that could be causing problems. If you routinely suffer from halitosis, also known as bad breath, and it continues to return even after treatments are given, it could be a sign of an issue deep within your body. However, regardless of what is causing your bad breath, you will need to make sure that you’re applying various dental health habits to keep your mouth safe.

Everyone should be brushing and flossing every day. Not only do you need to brush twice a day and floss once a day, but you should also be doing so with effective tools that can rid bacteria from your mouth. Also, make sure that you clean off your tongue, as it is a known risk factor for bad breath due to bacteria that can collect on it. Avoid any unhealthy habits that you may be involved in that could potentially be causing bad breath, and receive oral examinations and treatments for any issues you may have with your oral health.

Are you ready to upgrade and enhance your smile by eliminating bad breath? Regal Dentistry remains committed to your oral health, and you are welcome to schedule an appointment with us by calling 951-643-4405. Drs. Joel Manalese, Christine Saed, Collin Tsai, and Jeffrey Nguyen look forward to having you visit our dental office in Riverside, California.