We all know that halitosis will have a great impact on the life of patients. Then, not only adults have halitosis, but also babies have halitosis. Because children’s body immunity is relatively poor, there will be many diseases. Then, why do babies have halitosis? Let’s learn about it together.
Generally speaking, the baby’s main food is dairy food, or only likes to eat meat instead of vegetables, then because the food is protein, it is easy to have bad breath.
If the baby eats too many snacks, has no control in diet, overeats or eats unclean food, it will aggravate the burden on the stomach and intestines, and damage the spleen and stomach. At this time, it will also show bad breath and constipation.
Oral ulcer often occurs at the edge of the oral mucosa and tongue of a baby. If you eat sour, salty and spicy food, it will hurt even more. If the baby has oral ulcer, it is easy to have bad breath.
If the baby has caries or gingivitis, and food is stuffed in the cavities and spaces, the food will be fermented and rotten to give off peculiar smell or odor, which is also the cause of the baby’s halitosis.
We should cultivate children’s good habit of keeping oral hygiene. Brush your teeth in the morning and evening, and rinse your mouth after meals. If the child is young and unable to brush his teeth, he can clean his mouth after each meal, followed by a regular diet.