Bad Breath Solutions
Bad breath is just a part of life! Everyone at some point in their life will expertise their breath is less than fresh. Usually, there is a simple reason; you ate something that left an odor in your mouth, your mouth is dry, or you just woke up. These common reasons for bad breath are nothing a toothbrush can’t handle for the most part. But what about bad breath that doesn’t go away after you brush? The kind of bad breath that makes you feel embarrassed to talk to people.
This is referred to as halitosis. This is different than your average morning breath! This type of bad breath can be caused by a variety of reasons that sometimes are teeth related and sometimes not.
Reasons For Bad Breath:
- Dental Problems
- Gum Disease
- Infections in your gums
- Mouth or throat infections
- Chronic Dry Mouth
- Other health issues
If you are noticing that you are experiencing bad breath very often and brushing and flossing is not helping, it’s time to see your dentist. This is the first place to go to start to uncover why you could be experiencing halitosis. If you do not have a regular dentist, we would love to have you at Reese Dental at Lake Country. Contact Us to make an appointment today! Learn more about bad breath.
Once Dr. Reese discovers the reason for the bad breath he will put together a plan for helping you. If you have cavities or gum disease; even an infection on your gums, Dr. Reesse can help you.
We Accept CareCredit!
With all the pressure, we are under at work and home, it’s not uncommon to put off things we need for ourselves, like dental work. That’s where Care Credit for Dentistry steps in! The Care Credit card is issued through Synchrony Bank and has been a reliable and well trusted financial institution for many years. It’s simple to apply just click here, and get started. You can fill out the forms and get set up before coming in for your appointment. There is no need to put off much needed dental work any longer!
We Accept Insurance!
We take all different kinds of insurance plans that make the cost of dental care easier. If you don’t have dental insurance and need help paying for your services, we also take Care Credit. This is a safe and easy way to help families get the procedures they need. Contact us today to make an appointment or ask questions.