Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-12-28 Origin: Site
Almost everyone experiences bad breath once in a while. But for some people, bad breath is a daily problem, and they struggle to find a solution.
What causes bad breath?
Bad breath can originate both inside and outside of the mouth. Bad breath is typically caused by bacteria present on the teeth and debris on the tongue. So it’s no surprise that most cases of halitosis are associated with poor oral hygiene, gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis, and dry mouth, a condition in which the salivary glands cannot make enough saliva to keep your mouth moist. A visit with a dentist may help rule out periodontal disease and identify any mouth problem that could be contributing to bad breath.
How to treat it?
Good oral hygiene is key to preventing bad breath. Dentists recommend that you floss and brush after every meal with proper toothbrush to get rid of the odor-causing bacteria in your mouth. Unfortunately, the combination of poor brushing technique and brushing for the wrong length of time prevents many people from adequately removing bacteria and plaque in hard to reach areas – in deep molar crevasses, between teeth, and within taste buds.
1. Longer, more thorough cleaning
Dental professionals recommend that you brush twice a day with each session lasting for two minutes. Electric brushes come with built-in two-minute timers that pulse every 30 seconds to let you know when to switch quadrants of the mouth. This ensures that you brush your teeth for the right length of time.
2. More movements
Battery powered toothbrushes are claimed to deliver tens of thousands of movements per minute, while a standard manual toothbrush is only capable of 300 to 600 movements within the same amount of time. The increased movements provide superior plaque removal, eliminating harmful bacteria from your mouth.
3. Superior technology
Auto toothbrushes are designed with a head that rotates, oscillates, and pulsates during brushing to break up and remove a lot more plaque than a standard manual brush. The combination of timed motions and equal pressure help to clean both sides of the mouth with the same amount of diligence, where a right handed person could favor the left side of the mouth and vice versa.
4. Unique brush head
The design for quiet electric toothbrush is inspired by dental tools, to produce small, round brush heads with soft bristles that easily surround each tooth individually to get deep between the teeth and remove plaque in hard to reach areas.
5. Special modes
Many brush electric toothbrush are designed with a massage mode or gum care mode that stimulates gums to remove even more plaque, as well as a tongue-cleaning mode to clean the tongue where most of the bacteria responsible for bad breath live.
Good brushing habit is the key factor in the treatment of halitosis. Buy a high-quality electric toothbrush and brush your teeth frequently.