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I have a bad breath and also have a yellow in colour. So how can I get ride of it.

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Helllo, bad breath can be due to various reasons such as food lodgement, infected/carious teeth, dryness of mouth, improper brushing technique. I kindly suggest you to visit your near by dentist to get your teeth cleaned professionally use of dental floss and mouthwash can be done you can use chlorhexidine mouthwash twice a day for 15 days Also, simply gargle with plain water after every meal Kindly follow the instructions and put an end to your sufferings.
Get scaling polishing done by a dentist than brush twice daily especially at night use betadine mouth wash drink plenty of water.
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Dear Lybrate user, Bad breath may be due to gum disease. Kindly visit your dentist and get scaling and polishing done. This will help with the bad breath problem. If you still want to whiten your teeth, you can get tooth bleaching done.
You need to get professional cleaning done by a dentist.
Bad breath can be removed through scaling and flossing after every meal .drink lots of water. Check out for any cavities and go for treatment. If still bad breath persists check you may have stomach infection. And yellow colour of teeth can be treated with bleaching technique provided if you don't have any sensitivity or go for veneering treatment.
Mr. lybrate-user get your teeth examined by a dentist for presence of any plaque or calculus (tartar) deposits. If present get it cleaned and polished by a dentist. If the yellowish color is not due to stains then you can also opt for getting teeth whitening by bleaching your teeth by a dentist.
Get a professional cleaning and polishing done by a dentist, for whitening of teeth do get the treatment advised by him only. What matters most now a days is to get a genuine dentist. Quakes and less skilled are filled everywhere. Beware of that. THANK YOU.
Hi, I understand your concern. Bad breath could be a result of poor oral hygiene. You are primarily advised to brush at least twice a day. Use a mouthwash and a floss for better oral hygiene maintenance. Teeth may become yellow for a number of reasons, one is staining and the other is loss of whiter layer of the tooth. You should get your teeth examined by a dentist and if they are stained, you should get the stains removed by getting the teeth cleaned. Loss of enamel (white layer of the tooth) may later lead you to sensitivity. Use a medicated toothpaste for prevention. Artificial crowns are also becoming popular for getting rid of such problems.
Go for cleaning n maintain good hygiene.
Hi Lybrate user Bad breath and yellow color of the teeth may be due many reasons, one being gum disease (gingivitis/ periodontitis). Scaling and polishing with proper brushing technique would help. Use of mouthwash also aids in preventing it.
Get scaling done from a dentist.
Please go for professional cleaning of teeth.
Hello Visit a dentist soon and ask for cleaning teeth or bleaching whichever is suitable. To get rid of bad breath, Maintain oral hygiene properly and use mouthwash after brushing twice a day. Use mouth freshener after every meal. Rinse mouth with salt water after every meal. Avoid spicy food and garlic and onion containing food. Eat fibrous food. Drink lots of water. For more care contact me. Regards.
Get professional teeth cleaning done Teeth whitening can opted after that.
Go to dentist and ask for scaling or use snodent tooth paste.
Get professional scaling polishing done by a dentist asap. You can also use an antibacterial mouthwash twice daily for a few weeks. If still not happy with your teeth color, go for bleaching.
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