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Bad Breath Dentists in Brimfield, IL

We treat stinky breath!

How do you fix bad breath?

“Why does my breath smell so bad?” This is a common question we get from our patients, so don’t be discouraged. If you feel like you’ve tried everything to get rid of bad breath but it’s still not working, know that there is a solution for you.

Our dentists will examine your dental health, diagnose the cause of your bad breath, and create a custom treatment plan to cure your bad breath once and for all!

Book online now or call us at (309) 396-3123.

What is halitosis?

Most people have smelly breath when they wake up in the morning or after eating a meal with strongly flavored foods. But halitosis refers to having bad breath all the time, even after brushing your teeth. This type of bad breath is usually a sign of dental health problems or underlying medical conditions. 

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Why does my breath smell so bad?

Chronic bad breath, also called halitosis, can be caused by one or many different dental health conditions, including the following.

  • Gum disease 
  • Bacteria-filled plaque
  • Inconsistent dental hygiene
  • Mouth breathing
  • Cavities or infection
  • Cigarettes or tobacco products
  • Dry mouth
  • Dental appliances
  • Various medical conditions

Easy ways to prevent bad breath

  • Brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes and floss daily
  • Get a dental cleaning and exam every 6 months, or as instructed by your dentist
  • Avoid cigarettes and tobacco products
  • Stay hydrated!
  • Breathe through your nose, not your mouth

Hear from our patients

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The atmosphere in the office is warm and welcoming. The doctor and staff genuinely care about you as an individual as well as the health of your teeth and gums.

– Ruth L.

Can halitosis be cured?

Through a personalized diagnosis and treatment plan, we can put you on a path toward fresher breath. The most common ways to treat halitosis include:

  • Deep cleaning
  • Filling or root canal
  • Oral appliance
  • Gum disease treatment

If we can’t find the cause of your bad breath through a dental examination, we may refer you to your primary physician to determine whether or not your bad breath is caused by a medical concern like respiratory infection, liver issue, or something else.

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Have more questions about bad breath?

We’d love to hear from you. Call us at (309) 396-3123 or contact us online.

Hours

Monday–Friday: 7am–3pm

Office

232 E. Knoxville St.
Brimfield, IL 61517

Get Directions

Call (309) 396-3123

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