Dental Brushing 12-14


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Los Angeles Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS, explains issues regarding bad breath, and describes why dental brushing is important. See more examples on the website of Los Angeles dentist - Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS. 443 N. Larchmont Blvd LA, CA 90004 at (323) 467-2777

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Dental Brushing 12-14

  1. 1. Dental Brushing • Bad breath is a possible disaster waiting to happen. If you have had a history of bad breath, have bad teeth, or just ate something such as, garlic or onions – you will understand the need for fresh breath. • Friends and family may not want to talk to you if your breath stinks, not only would that be hard – but, imagine being at work and the boss comes and wants to talk to
  2. 2. Dental Brushing What Causes Your Breath To Be Bad? • There are many reasons for bad breath; however, the four most common reasons are food and drink, tobacco products, lack of oral health, and certain diseases. • Plaque and acidic buildup can cause your breath to stink, this is why Dr. Kezian is a great dentist, he can help you take away the plaque and acid during a routine dental
  3. 3. Dental Brushing Solutions: • Dental brushing is by far the most recommended solution. When you brush your teeth, plaque; acid; and other foreign bodies are washed away and your mouth will be cleansed. • When brushing your teeth, Dr. Kezian and staff recommend brushing two times and then, twice or three times a day. This will rid your mouth of all harmful particles and give you a sense of cleanliness. However, dental brushing should never be done too often, as this can cause bleeding, sores, and ulcers inside of the mouth. Always brush the recommended
  4. 4. Dental Brushing• You don’t need to be bothered by your bad breath anymore; it may seem like an impossible feat but you deserve the best for your mouth and those around you deserve to be around clean breath. If you struggle with bad breath, the best way to alleviate it is by brushing your teeth two-three times a day.• You can speak with Dr. Kezian or your local Dentist and discuss any questions you have about brushing and breath. They may encourage you to brush more, chew gum, or mouth-wash. Remember, not only is bad breath pesky and hard to deal with but it could be a symptom for other diseases. You should listen to your breath and try to find out what may be causing