Bad breath can make you conscious but there are things you can do to avoid embarrassment. You need to take better care of your teeth and gums, and watch what you eat:
– Brush and floss at least twice a day; use a mouthwash at least once.
– Scrape your tongue to remove build up (this contains bacteria which can smell)
– Avoid strong-smelling and tasting foods, especially those with a strong after-taste
– Chew “cleansing” gum to keep your mouth moist; saliva dissuades bacteria.
“Try these simple steps to make your mouth feel fresh and clean” and if the bad breath continues, see your dentist or doctor.
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Wasim Fazel - Dentist
MFGDP(UK) 2004, BDS Manc 2001 (GDC No. 79177)
Graduated from University of Manchester 2001
Post graduate education MFGDP, Royal College of Surgeons 2003
Certificate of Implantology, Dental institute of Illapeo, Brazil, 2002
Examiner for the NEBDN, Nurses Training Programme
Denplan practice adviser, Denplan Excel Accreditation Programme
Chairman of JDS, a voluntary professional organisation, organising CPD and educational programmes for all dental professionals
Wasim is passionate about cosmetic dentistry with a wealth of experience in smile design and makeovers. He is also highly trained in the Invisalign system and enjoys various cosmetic treatments like tooth whitening, cerec and veneers.
In his free time, he loves to teach and regularly tutors dentists in all aspects of cosmetic dentistry. An important priority for Wasim is to put anxious patients at ease and make their dental experience more pleasant and stress free, providing intravenous sedation for such patients.
Away from dentistry, Wasim is an avid sports fan, playing football, cricket, snooker and scuba diving. He loves to travel and has visited many countries in the Far East, Africa and America.