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It’s not something that gets talked about too often, but many men and women feel embarrassed about the freshness of their mouth and breath. People with recurrent bad breath (also known as halitosis) want to be able to laugh and smile without feeling self-conscious, but fear of how their breath smells to others often stops them in their tracks.
If you feel this way, you might not be able express yourself without embarrassment, laugh, or join in conversations, without reflexively covering your mouth.
Bad breath can stem from medical issues, or a side effect of medication. Our treatment and management programs can restore oral health.
Red, puffy and inflamed gums not only cause bad breath, but they can also result in early bone loss too.
Bad breath can come from broken, decayed or infected teeth so it’s important to treat them to avoid pain and illness.
Bad breath can be a social inhibitor, but after treatment you will no longer feel embarrassed when close to others.
Fresh breath gives you confidence when speaking, eating, or talking with others, and are happy to show off your smile.
Bad breath can result from the bacteria that causes gum disease, so having treatment early saves time and money.
At your initial consultation, we will discuss your concerns and assess your current condition and possible underlying causes for your bad breath.
We carefully examine your mouth, teeth, gums, bone and other features so that we are able to create a specialised plan that is customised for you.
We then formulate your personalised treatment plan to help you return to having fresh breath and renewed self-confidence. This could involve dental treatment, or it might just mean that you need to change your oral hygiene routines at home.
Our meticulous hygiene team will support you by regularly ensuring your mouth is as clean and healthy as possible, and providing advice, guidance and constant support for improved oral health.
Do you have more questions?
If you don’t have a good dental hygiene routine, you are likely to experience regular bad breath. This is because when you don’t brush and floss regularly, plaque can build up due to food particles becoming trapped under the gums and elsewhere in the mouth.
When it comes to the cost of your dental treatment, at Malvern Dental and Smile Design we are always as transparent as possible. We break down clearly all costs and charges for you, and help you to understand exactly how much you need to pay and when. We also offer payment plans, and accept all private health insurance providers.
At Malvern Dental and Smile Design, we understand that everyone’s financial circumstances are different, and we never want your dental health to become a financial burden. That’s why we are happy to offer transparent pricing and a range of convenient payment plan options, and will always focus on providing high quality treatment and dental treatment above all. Contact us to find out more about our payment plans and other options.
If you are undergoing cosmetic dentistry, smile rehabilitation or orthodontic treatment, we offer affordable payment plans through third-party finance companies. Our team can guide you through a range of flexible payment plan options depending on your needs and lifestyle. Get in touch and we will be happy to provide full details of the total costs, periodic breakdown and deposit required.