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Chronic bad breath is an issue that affects millions of Americans, so if it’s something you suffer from, don’t feel as though you’re alone. The best news is that bad breath is easily treatable, and it’s something you can manage as long as you’re willing to make a few adjustments to your oral health routine.

Let’s look at what those adjustments might look like.

Drink enough water

Not drinking enough water throughout the day is one of the most common causes of chronically bad breath. Water helps wash away bacteria and food particles that cause bad breath. Drinking enough water is also great for your systemic health, which is just another way to show how important your oral health is to your overall health.

Brush your tongue

Another common cause of bad breath is a dirty tongue. If you’re not diligent in ensuring that your tongue is clean, bacteria will accumulate there and cause bad breath that lasts all day long. Make sure you brush your tongue while brushing your teeth. If you still need more help, use a tongue scraper as well.


Mouthwash is another great way to ensure that your mouth is as bacteria-free as possible. After brushing, a dose of mouthwash can help maintain that minty-fresh feeling for far longer.

If you have bad breath that still persists after this treatment, then call us today at 520-413-9714. That may be a sign of an underlying oral health issue that needs to be checked out as soon as possible.