Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Control the sulfur
Routinely use a toothpaste or mouthwash containing zinc compounds or stabilized chlorine dioxide to help break down odor-causing sulfur chemicals
- Keep an eye on hygiene
Brush and floss regularly to keep your teeth free of food particles that can lead to halitosis
- Scrub the tongue
Brush your tongue or use a commercial tongue scraper regularly to remove odor-causing agents and keep bacteria in check
- Get a dental checkup
Visit your dentist to find out if problems associated with oral health are contributing to your halitosis
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