couple smiling after treating bad breath

Brushing Teeth To Boost Your Confidence

Brushing teeth is a regular part of everyone's morning and nighttime routine, and has become almost second nature. As mundane a task as this is, it's actually a great investment in yourself, not only for your oral health, but also for your confidence level. When you feel good about yourself your confidence will shine through in any situation. Here are a couple of ways brushing your teeth can lead to a more confident you.

One of the first things people notice about you is your smile. It is one thing we are all self-conscious about, but when you feel good about your smile you will automatically have more confidence in yourself. So you should definitely make your smile work for you by making brushing teeth a regular part of your day. In order to keep your smile at its best, you first need to start with your toothbrush. You can only brush your teeth as well as the toothbrush you are using to brush them with.

Bad Breath

Most bad breath starts in your mouth, and there are many possible causes that include:

  • Food particles from stinky foods like garlic and onions
  • Smoking
  • Respiratory Infections
  • Acid Reflux
  • Poor Oral Hygiene

Top 3 Ways to Treat Bad Breath

  1. Brush teeth twice a day and floss daily.
  2. Use a tongue scraper to eliminate odor-causing bacteria on the tongue.
  3. Visit the dentist twice a year for cleanings and checkups.

Having a Great Conversation Starts with Fresh Breath

There's nothing more embarrassing than offending the person you are talking to with your not-so-pleasant breath. When you have bad breath, not only are you embarrassed, but you are also less likely to speak up when that perfect opportunity comes for you to share some insightful thought with your friends or colleagues.

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This article is intended to promote understanding of and knowledge about general oral health topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your dentist or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment.

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