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- by John Doe
Which poor oral hygiene habits lead to the bad breath?
First off, ask yourself do you regularly follow basic oral hygiene routines? This, of course, includes such morning musts as brushing your teeth twice a day. Keep in mind, that each brushing should be lasting for at least 5 minutes. It's not limited to that. Teeth flossing after each eating is also strongly recommended. Because when you eat and don't follow these methods, food particles stay in your mouth. They get stuck in between the teeth, on gums and the tongue. Then it decays and absorbs there, causing various oral bacteria to flourish. All this results in a bad breath. Antibacterial mouth rinsers, instead of simple breath fresheners, may be of a big help here.
Written by Mark Hoffmann
Our clinic's Chief Medical Officer and Founder, Dr. Mark. Hoffman has been working in this field of medical specialization since 2002.
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