20 minutes for 24/7 fresh breath
We all know that you should brush your teeth after eating, but did you know that failing to brush your teeth soon after you eat can still result in plaque and tartar buildup? And tartar and plaque are a main contributor and cause of bad breath.
Within 20 minutes of eating, the enzymes and bacteria in your mouth start transforming the food particles into plaque and tartar. Once this forms, it cannot be brushed away; you must have the tartar removed by your dentist who will use professional cleaning tools to remove the accumulation.
So brushing within 20 minutes of eating is an absolutely essential step to fresh breath and healthy gums and teeth! Tartar and plaque result in periodontal disease such as gum disease and gingivitis. And these conditions cause bad breath, among many other uncomfortable and unappealing symptoms.
And don’t forget to brush your tongue too! We recommend trying http://www.orabrush.com. It’s ultra-soft, pointed bristles reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue and loosen stinky bacteria. The dead skin cells, bacteria and food particles can cause bad breath!
Mouthwash is a great option for getting rid of those terrible bad breath odors that occur after you eat onions, garlic or another problem food. During digestion, molecules are absorbed into your bloodstream and the odors waft upwards from the digestive tract, resulting in not-so-fresh breath. But a dash of mouthwash will help keep your breath fresh and sweet smelling.
Of course, if you can’t brush or need to freshen up between brushings, the Got Fresh Breath mouthwash dispenser is the perfect solution!