Worried about morning mouth bad breath halitosis? Then why not do something about it? There are too many effective oral hygiene techniques, treatments, and products available for you to go around worrying. The way to stop worrying is to take action. This article describes oral irrigation, one of the best actions you can take to make this problem go away.
Anaerobic bacteria are responsible for nearly every type of mouth odor. Feeding on proteins found in food, sinus secretions, diseased oral tissue, and blood, these micro-organisms generate a number of sulfur-based compounds, each of which contributes to morning mouth bad breath halitosis, etc. The action you need to take is whatever will help you minimize the impact of the anaerobic bacteria and control the conditions which allow them to thrive.
The best action you can take is to make absolutely certain you remove all food particles and other debris from teeth and gums. You can do this by brushing after meals. Flossing is another way to accomplish this goal. Naturally, brushing in combination with flossing is an even more powerful tool for removing food particles from your mouth. However, the best method for accomplishing this kind of cleansing is oral irrigation. You may be surprised to learn that a good oral irrigation routine is easy to implement for you and your family.
I always thought that oral irrigation involved the use of an expensive device with easily-broken moving parts, something that required constant cleaning to be effective. Recently, I stumbled across a couple of ingenious oral irrigators that proved me completely wrong. It turns out that controlling morning mouth, bad breath, halitosis does not have to be expensive after all.
A company called Oral Breeze produces the RediBreeze Oral Irrigator, a device that attaches to your bathroom faucet. It's simple to use. To get started, just put the pik (the tipped end that focuses the water) in your mouth and adjust water temperature and pressure to your liking. Keeping your mouth open to allow the water to drain back into the sink, run the stream back and forth against the front and back of your teeth and gums. Make sure you angle the tip so the stream points into the area where the gums meet the teeth. The entire process should take about 15 to 30 seconds from start to finish.
If you think that's pretty cool, check out the Oral Breeze ShowerBreeze Water Jet Dental Irrigator. It works like the Redipik, but it's designed to be used while you shower. It attaches to the water pipe just behind the shower head and has a 6-foot hose, guaranteeing its ease of use.
Oral irrigation will provide you and your family with some amazing benefits:
Remember that these devices are not cheap plastic irrigators that will break in six months. Made of chrome-plated brass, each comes with a life-time guarantee.
I think you'll agree that controlling morning mouth bad breath halitosis, while treating and preventing gum disease is a good thing. Now it's easy to claim these powerful benefits at your bathroom sink with RediBreeze Oral Irrigator, or in the shower with ShowerBreeze Water Jet Dental Irrigator, personal oral irrigators.