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Why Smokers Have Bad Breath?

>> Jul 8, 2014



Perhaps this question is often thought of you who has a friend or spouse who likes to smoke. Nowadays, unfortunately, not only men who smoke, many women also  like smoking. Cigarette smoke may disturb others who don’t smoke. Not only that, every time a smoker talks or just breathes nearby, the smell of his breath always distinctive and certainly disturbing.
 

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The negative effect of smoking is already much discussed. Smoker’s bad breath is what will be discussed this time. Even if in the end the smoker decides to quit smoking, he would still have the problem of bad breath. Why? Cigarette basically makes your mouth dry. It may increase the amount of plaque on the teeth. Plaque that sticks to the teeth, whether consciously or not, have an unpleasant smell. Plaque can be reduced by brushing teeth regularly but can’t remove it. Stacks of plaque will cause tartar.

Imagine if the plaque that sticks to the teeth is spreading. Accumulation of plaque  not only makes bad breath but will also accelerate the decay and loss of teeth. Well, these plaques alone cause bad breath. Especially when coupled with the habit of smoking. Tar and nicotine from cigarettes will be left in many places in oral cavity. No wonder if the smell of the mouth of a smoker is so distinctive and very smelly.

So, what to do? Some suggested ways are:

1. If you are a smoker or just quit smoking and want to overcome bad breath, you should immediately visit the dentist. Why visiting dentist? It’s because only dentist who can clean the plaque left on the mouth. Accumulated plaque or tartar can’t be cleaned simply by teeth brushing alone. It needs special equipment that owned by dentists to overcome.
2. Additionally, regular brushing needs to be done and terminated by rinsing using mouthwash. The mouthwash is very effective in preventing the presence of plaque in the mouth.
3. Habit of chewing sugarless gum is also quite effective in reducing bad breath. While chewing gum, a lot of saliva will be coming out so that the mouth is not too dry. As explained earlier, a dry mouth makes an increase in the amount of plaque in the mouth.

Hope you already understand the cause of smoker’s bad breath. So, once you notice it, take immediate action to avoid further disturbance.

4 komentar:

Green D Net July 8, 2014 at 10:40 AM  

dimana awak dapat makan maca ne?

De Widiani July 8, 2014 at 1:12 PM  

the chemicals in tobacco smoke can remain in the mouth, leading to a host of secondary causes of bad breath.... nice article, by the way :)

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