Stigmas interfere with individuals' desires for better oral health

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  Oral health is something that few people talk about. At best, it is considered unglamorous and not worthy of discussion; at worst it is considered taboo to talk about. However, it plays a vital role in our overall health, and should have a larger place in public dialogue.

Posted: October 1, 2010

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Oral health is something that few people talk about. At best, it is considered unglamorous and not worthy of discussion; at worst it is considered taboo to talk about. However, it plays a vital role in our overall health, and should have a larger place in public dialogue.

Individuals who have oral health conditions like bad breath and gingivitis are often considered to have poor hygiene. These problems are associated with uncleanliness and viewed as a personal shortcoming.

However, they often result from conditions that are out of most people's control. Bacterial infections in the mouth are a prime cause of bad breath, but they can take a while to clear up with most treatments.

This misunderstanding and unwillingness to discuss issues of oral health in a more public setting allows stigmas to persist. Negative associations with a certain condition may make it more difficult for individuals to admit their problems and seek help.

There are plenty of solutions to many oral health problems, such as the line of products offered by TheraBreath, which could help people improve the condition of their mouths.
 

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