Instruction Sheet for Bad Breath
Instructions for Patients
©2020 SQUIGLE, Inc. (Last revision: April 2, 2020)
These instructions are provided as a guide to patients who have been diagnosed by a physician or dentist. These Instructions are the result of many discussions with patients, physicians, and dentists. They are not rigid and unchanging. Of course, we hope they work for you. But if they don't, please contact SQUIGLE, Inc. toll-free at 1-877-718-0718 (9 am to 5 pm EST).
This is crucial: Use SQUIGLE®, SQUIGLE JR®, or TOOTH BUILDER® Toothpaste exclusively. They are free of SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) and other irritating ingredients which contribute to bad breath. SQUIGLE®'s flavor is mild to prevent irritation of delicate tissues. TOOTH BUILDER® is flavor free, and SQUIGLE Jr is raspberry flavored. All have 36% Xylitol--more than any other toothpaste--to prevent plaque, cavities, and halitosis better than regular toothpaste.
Use a small-headed, soft bristled brush. Apply SQUIGLE, SQUIGLE JR, OR TOOTH BUILDER Toothpaste along the full length of your toothbrush. Brush for 2 minutes. When you are done brushing, gently brush your tongue (especially the back), the inside of your cheeks, and the roof of your mouth. Then rinse.
Don't use mouthwash (floss instead, as mentioned above).
Don't use candy or breath mints, especially cinnamon or spearmint.
Don't smoke or use tobacco in any form.
If you chew gum, chew a xylitol gum, such as Epic®, XyliChew®, or Spry®, preferably fruit flavor (not cinnamon or spearmint).
Take a multi-vitamin and -mineral daily, after a meal. In addition, take 500 mg to 1000 mg of buffered vitamin C daily.
At the very first sign of thirst, drink a glass of water, not sweetened drinks. Preferably, drink water frequently enough so that you don't get thirsty.
A short course of antibiotic or antifungal therapy is OK. (You will need to consult your health care provider about this.)
Get sufficient rest each night.
If your halitosis persists, visit an ear, nose and throat doctor. Get checked for infected tonsils and adenoids. If they are infected, your health care provider may recommend having them removed.
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