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What Foods You Should Avoid and the Process of Getting Rid of Bad Breath in Doral, FL?

9/11/2019
We understand the embarrassment that bad breath can cause, and Dr. Sonia Olivares is the dental professional in Miami that can help.

Bad breath (or halitosis to give it its proper name) is the presence of a foul-smelling odor that is expelled from the mouth cavity. Unfortunately, bad breath is all too common, with an estimated one in four people reportedly suffering from the condition regularly. It can be difficult to tell if you are suffering from bad breath as it is often challenging to pick up on one’s scent. Here are the foods you should avoid to get rid of bad breath

 

1. Coffee and Other Beverages

 

If you need a strong coffee to get started in the morning, follow it up with a glass or bottle of water. Caffeinated and alcoholic beverages can cause dry mouth; dry mouth produces bad breath by allowing bacteria to survive without the saliva washing it away. 

 

2. Tuna and Fish

 

For many people, a tuna sandwich is a perfect lunch. They are filling, high in protein and delicious! If you can't brush your teeth right after a tuna sandwich, pop a piece of sugar-free gum into your mouth to freshen up. Chewing gum helps stimulate saliva to wash away any food particles that might be stuck on your teeth.

 

3. Garlic, Onions and Spicy Foods

 

If you're going out for lunch or dinner with friends, be proactive about your breath. Carry a toothbrush and toothpaste in your handbag so that you can eat spicy curry or garlic and onions, but help alleviate their effects by brushing afterward. A quick trip to brush your teeth in the bathroom after your meal will help wash away some of the bad breath causing agents of these foods.

 

These bacteria commonly feed on the protein which is found in the meat, fish and dairy products that you eat. As the bacteria break down the protein, they release a waste product, sulfur, which causes bad breath. The more these bacteria multiply and feed, the worse your breath will smell.

 

Don’t worry, it’s normal and these naturally-occurring bacteria are important for digestion. Although you can never fully get rid of them, Dr. Sonia Olivares is recognized as a high-profile, nationally recognized cosmetic/halitosis/ reconstructive Dentist that can offer you bad breath treatment in Miami, Florida. If your life has been negatively impacted by temporary bad breath or chronic halitosis, treatment is available at the best bad breath dental treatment clinic in Doral, Miami, and Brickell, Florida. Dr. Sonia Olivares is dedicated to providing all of our patients with a relaxed and welcoming environment.

 

We understand the embarrassment that bad breath can cause, and Dr. Sonia Olivares is the dental professional in Miami that can help. Bad breath and halitosis treatment are available at iSmile in Miami, Florida practice to help individuals reclaim their quality of life and break free from the shackles that this condition places on them. To arrange a consultation with Dr. Sonia Olivares, please contact us today. We treat cases of bad breath with respect and sensitivity.

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