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If You Cannot Brush Right Away, Eat These Simple Fixes for Fresher Breath


Posted on 2/6/2023 by Office
If You Cannot Brush Right Away, Eat These Simple Fixes for Fresher BreathBrushing is important for your oral health. It helps get rid of bacteria and freshens up your breath. If you are in a situation that restricts brushing, there are several things you can do to keep your breath fresh. One way of doing so is by eating foods that stimulate mouth cleaning. These foods are simple fixes that will also help keep your breath fresh. Some of them include carrots, celery, cucumber, parsley, cinnamon, spearmint, oranges, and berries.

Carrots, Celery, and Cucumbers


These are crunchy foods that stimulate the production of saliva. If you didn't know, saliva is very important for your oral health. It helps wipe out bacteria that cause infections. This will go a long way in keeping your breath fresh. In addition, carrots and celery help wipe off stuck food particles. They also get in between teeth and knock out any particles. With a clean mouth, your breath will be fresh.

Parsley, Cinnamon, and Spearmint


Parsley is one of the most popular methods of treating bad breath. It has oils that get the job done. Similarly, cinnamon and spearmint can also be a good way of keeping your breath fresh. Eating these foods will not only stimulate saliva production but also keep your breath fresh. This is because they contain certain components that fight off bad breath.

Oranges and Berries


Berries and oranges are foods rich in vitamin C. Naturally, vitamin C plays an important role in preventing bacteria development. It also helps prevent gingivitis and advanced gum disease. All these conditions can result in bad breath. Therefore, if you are looking to keep your breath fresh, you should eat a few berries and oranges. However, you need to be cautious because some oranges have high acidic levels that could damage your enamel. Schedule a consultative appointment with us for more information on foods that can help keep your breath fresh.
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