I’m looking 4 a cure 4 bad breath, I’m have a dentist apt next week?

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Chica asked:


I floss and brush my teeth 3 times a day and mouth wash. I think I might need a gum cleaning. But I’m afraid of dentist plus I have no dental insurance, looking for a natural cure, any suggestions?

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7 Responses to “I’m looking 4 a cure 4 bad breath, I’m have a dentist apt next week?”
  1. chilichick Says:

    have you tried chewing parsley?

  2. vikingsron Says:

    This isn’t natural but I know a couple of people that have had lots of success with BreathRx. Also I would try using a tounge scraper, super cheap and not painfull.

  3. Dave C Says:

    Well… I don’t think the dentist or dental assistant will care if your breath is stanky. They deal with it every day.

    If your gums need a cleaning, just do it. There are dental pockets that brushing and flossing will not get to. It’s best to let the dental assistant dig all of that stuff our with her picks and scrappers. It doesn’t hurt unless you haven’t gone in a long time and there’s a massive build up and even then it really doesn’t hurt that much. There’s 1000% more pain from a toothache than from a cleaning.

    My suggestion is just go to the dentist.

  4. Lynda Says:

    There are many causes for halitosis other than inadequate brushing or tongue scraping. Gum disease, respiratory infection, a liver problem, problem someplace with your digestive system, your diet (what you ate).

    Don’t worry about offending — dental assistants and dentists put on those face masks when they work on your mouth. Ask your dentist about it so they can at least rule out any gum problem.

  5. Bus D Says:

    Bad breath may be due to lack of saliva in your mouth. From

  6. healthwise357 Says:

    natural bad breath cure can come from an all natural oral care product. this can help in washing away food debris that are left between the teeth and gums. water can help in keeping the mouth salivated and can keep bad bacteria at bay.

    you may have a good program of oral hygiene, do properly brush and floss teeth every after meal. be able to know the cause of your bad breath first to be able to get the best treatment.

    it is always best to have a talk with your dentist so that he can detect the underlying cause of your bad breath.

    for more tips about banishing bad breath visit

  7. tomorjerry Says:

    Gargle a cup of lukewarm water mixed with salt or half a lemon juice.This is best done before going to bed. Chew parsley leaves,which are sure to keep your breath fresh. More useful remedies at

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