Although bad breath doesn’t thrive off of cosmetic dentistry, it’s important to address halitosis before any work is done on your teeth.
Cosmetic work in an unhealthy mouth will not have a long-term prognosis, so there must be a patient commitment to maintain teeth professionally and prior to any cosmetic treatment.
When simple breath solutions won’t cut it, talk to your dentist about an in-office treatment that can destroy bad breath, with results that last for up to a year. A solution with a low concentration of carbamide peroxide can help wash away bad-breath compounds, bacteria and sulfur, from your mouth. Your dentist administers the first round of treatment in-office, and then you administer the next 10 treatments at home.
Find a Doctor
Find a NewBeauty "Top Beauty Doctor" Near you