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Bad Breath Treatment Casula

Bad breath, also called halitosis, is the result of poor oral hygiene habits and can be a sign of an overall health threat.

At Casula Dental Care, we can help diagnose your bad breath and provide fast and practical treatment solutions.

Causes of Bad Breath

Z Poor diet

One of the main causes of smelly breath is garlic and/or onion. What you eat can greatly affect the smell it releases.

Fasting also causes bad breath as the body breaks down fat and releases ketones, which can be foul-smelling.

Z Poor oral hygiene

If you fail to brush and floss your teeth well, food debris will be stuck in your mouth, developing harmful bacteria that cause plaque build-up. Your tongue can also be home to odour-causing bacteria.

Loosened and dirty dentures can also trap odour-causing bacteria and food debris.

Z Dry mouth

Dry mouth is developed when saliva production slows down. This can occur if you don’t drink enough water or if you have been sleeping for a long time. Strenuous workouts, breathing through the mouth, and certain diseases and medicines can also help develop dry mouth.

Z Unhealthy lifestyle

Smoking or using other tobacco products causes terrible mouth odour. It harms your teeth and mouth, causing various conditions like tooth decay, bad breath, gum problems, and worse, oral cancer.

Bad breath might be a sign of other health issues. A person who has bad breath may not be suffering from halitosis alone. He/she could also have more severe health issues.

Treatment for Bad Breath

To reduce bad breath, avoid tooth decay and lower your risk of gum disease, have a regular oral hygiene routine. Treatment for bad breath depends on its cause and severity.

If your bad breath is suspected to be caused by an underlying health condition, your Casula dentist may refer you to your primary care provider.

For causes linked to oral health, your Casula dentist will work with you to help you better control your bad breath.

Mouthwash and toothpaste. If your bad breath is caused by a bacteria build-up, your dentist may recommend an antibacterial mouthwash and toothpaste to kill the causes of plaque build-up.

Treatment of dental disease. If you have gum disease, see a periodontist. Gum diseases can cause gums to pull away from your teeth, leaving deep pockets that fill with odour-causing bacteria.

Sometimes only professional cleaning removes these bacteria. Your Casula dentist might also recommend replacing faulty restorations since they become breeding grounds for bacteria.

Bad Breath Prevention

Start preventing bad breath at home. Below are a few steps to prevent bad breath:

  • Always keep your mouth clean. Brush your teeth and gums before bed and at least one other time during the day. Do not forget to brush your tongue. Bacteria also dwell on the tongue if it is not cleaned well.
  • Floss your teeth once a day to remove the food debris left between your teeth.
  • Chew sugar-free gum. It aids your mouth in producing saliva and stops dry mouth that can lead to bad breath.

Bad Breath Treatment in Casula

If there are dental issues that causing your mouth odour, and this is true in most cases, your Casula dentist can start to treat the cause of the problem with cleaning or scraping.

Visit your Casula dentist today!

If you want to know more about bad breath treatment in Casula, please call us on (02) 9199 9695 or request your appointment online.

We are located at Shop 17A Casula Mall, 1 Ingham Drive in Casula.


What are the causes of bad breath?
Just smoking alone, not to mention the associated health risks, is enough to leave your mouth tasting — and smelling — like an ashtray. Having a high-sugar diet doesn’t help, either; the natural bacteria in your mouth will thrive on the excess sugars and fill your teeth and gums with bacteria build-up.
Does mouthwash cause bad breath?
Unless you’re rinsing with a garlic and blue cheese-flavoured variety, no mouthwash will cause your breath to stink.
What can I do about my bad breath?
The best you can do is to come in to the dental office for an examination. We have several ways of finding out exactly what’s causing your bad breath and then treating it.

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