Bad breath/yellow teeth

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    Oct 18, 2012 11:16 PM GMT
    So yellow teeth are something that happens over time and slightly yellow I really don't mind but bad breath seems to be a currency among hot guys lately and its really disturbing. Everytime I talk to a hot guy and notice he has bad breath I immediately think that there is something internally wrong and it ruins my whole view.....I know this is shallow, but does anybody else have this issue?!?
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    Oct 18, 2012 11:33 PM GMT
    Solution: Text the person instead of talking to him.
  • AMoonHawk

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    Oct 18, 2012 11:48 PM GMT
    There are several possilble reasons for this, but most Gingivitis. Left untreated you will loose your teeth and gums. The solution in bad cases is to see a Periodontitis and have your roots cleaned. Painful, but necessary. Please that do crack, smoke cigarettes and yes drink alcohol can all get this and crack is the worst. What you do? Learn how to brush properly first of all. You don't brush up and down and over the top. You have to hold your brush at a 45 degree angle against your gum and teeth and gentle brush to clean between the gum and tooth. It is also extremely important that you floss, this cannot be emphasized enough. Next time you go to your dentist, don be ashamed to ask him to show you how to correctly brush and floss your teeth. Trust me, it will save you a lot of pain in the future. And brush at minimum of twice a day.
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:20 AM GMT
    Rinse with peroxide and use a Sonicare toothbrush.
  • Medjai

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    Oct 19, 2012 12:24 AM GMT
    turbobilly saidRinse with peroxide and use a Sonicare toothbrush.


    That is a terrible idea.

    It's funny. Don't brush and floss, you get gingivitis and lose your teeth. Brush and floss, you get receding gums, and lose your teeth. You can't win!
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:25 AM GMT
    Before a date, many bottoms don't eat the whole day so that they can be prepared for total domination. In Austin, a lot of guys smoke weed which creates yack mouth.icon_neutral.gif
  • Medjai

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    Oct 19, 2012 12:27 AM GMT
    Myol saidBefore a date, many bottoms don't eat the whole day so that they can be prepared for total domination. In Austin, a lot of guys smoke weed which creates yack mouth.icon_neutral.gif


    I just rinse. I like food too much for that.
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:29 AM GMT
    Sometimes, avoiding meals can give you really HORRIBLE breath...
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:30 AM GMT
    Medjai said
    turbobilly saidRinse with peroxide and use a Sonicare toothbrush.


    That is a terrible idea.


    Any particular reason?
  • Medjai

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    Oct 19, 2012 12:34 AM GMT
    turbobilly said
    Medjai said
    turbobilly saidRinse with peroxide and use a Sonicare toothbrush.


    That is a terrible idea.


    Any particular reason?


    It kills all of your natural flora, damages enzymes in the saliva, and can cause chemical burns to the mouth. Want white teeth? Stick to professional whitening treatments and proper care.
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:39 AM GMT
    Same difference.
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:41 AM GMT
    I have had my teeth bleached which I recommend, for people who feel like their teeth aren't white enough. Also I chew a lot of gum through out the day to make sure my breath smells minty fresh. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 19, 2012 12:46 AM GMT
    Myol saidBefore a date, many bottoms don't eat the whole day so that they can be prepared for total domination. In Austin, a lot of guys smoke weed which creates yack mouth.icon_neutral.gif
    Weed smells fucking awesome. This is not a concern.
  • Medjai

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    Oct 19, 2012 12:47 AM GMT
    turbobilly saidSame difference.


    Except they're completely different. But you feel free to continue. Don't mind me.
  • TheAlchemixt

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    Oct 19, 2012 2:45 AM GMT
    Huge turn off, personal hygiene is important to me.
  • ohioguy12

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    Oct 19, 2012 4:52 AM GMT
    White teeth does not equal healthy teeth
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    Oct 19, 2012 4:56 AM GMT
    Brush ur fucking teeth!!!! Everyday morning in between meals and before bed!! And floss especially ur back teeth, where food will smell like shit after a while. Receding gums?? Haha you do some extreme ass flossing.
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    Oct 19, 2012 4:59 AM GMT
    White teeth? Salt and baking soda in water before bed. OF COURSE RINSE!
  • ATLANTIS7

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    Oct 19, 2012 5:47 AM GMT
    There is no excuse for yellow teeth and bad breath just that they are dirty people!
  • Havenjock80

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    Oct 19, 2012 5:58 AM GMT
    u go through all of that for one night of bliss
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    Oct 19, 2012 6:14 AM GMT
    Yeah, that's probably my #1 turn off. Love that aspect of myself though, always clean mouth. icon_biggrin.gificon_smile.gif
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    Oct 19, 2012 6:35 AM GMT
    Lousy breath is way worse than yellow teeth. Your teeth can be healthy without being as white as a sheet of A4. Bad breath usually is a sign of bad hygiene BUT, oddly enough, it can also be caused by certain dental products (e.g. Crest products give me bad breath after an hour or two whereas Colgate products do not).

    For those who are wondering about hygiene though:
    Brush at least twice a day (preferably after each meal) and floss regularly. Don't be afraid to edge into the flossing slowly. For the longest time I never flossed and so when I started doing it regularly my gums were extremely sensitive and tended to bleed.

    Make sure you use a bristle stiffness that is comfortable for you. Everyone's gums are different and so you may be better off with a softer-bristled toothbrush or a stiffer one. A Sonicare is not a magic wand (well...not DENTALLY anyway) and people are often surprised to learn that I use a good old-fashioned manual toothbrush

    For white teeth I find that splitting the difference between professional treatments and gargling hydrogen peroxide usually works the best. Buy a tube of Rembrandt Deeply White (or Intense Stain depending on how yellow your teeth are) and the matching mouthwash. Both contain safe levels of Urea Peroxide but much higher than your average "whitening" products. (i don't like strips or trays as they are often too powerful and can cause horrific, long-term inflammation of the gums and intense sensitivity)

    Also purchase a tube of Sensodyne ProNamel. Brush, floss and gargle with the Rembrandt products at night and then in the morning (prepare for BAD morning breath BTW, especially with the mouthwash) brush with the Sensodyne to ward off the sensitivity that can develop with daily use of powerful whitening products.

    Get in the habit of running your tongue over your teeth. If they feel fuzzy, rough or anything but smooth and glassy then you're due for a brushing. The key to getting your teeth healthy and white is consistency. It doesn't hurt to be a little neurotic either. If you carry a bag or backpack during the day get in the habit of keeping a "spare" toothbrush and a travel-size tube of Colgate in one of the pouches (I know, I know. I use 3 types of toothpaste, right? I find colgate has the best, longest-lasting "clean" feeling, taste and smell. In other words, perfect pre-date toothpaste).
  • TallguyNLA

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    Oct 19, 2012 7:06 AM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 saidLousy breath is way worse than yellow teeth. Your teeth can be healthy without being as white as a sheet of A4. Bad breath usually is a sign of bad hygiene BUT, oddly enough, it can also be caused by certain dental products (e.g. Crest products give me bad breath after an hour or two whereas Colgate products do not).

    For those who are wondering about hygiene though:
    Brush at least twice a day (preferably after each meal) and floss regularly. Don't be afraid to edge into the flossing slowly. For the longest time I never flossed and so when I started doing it regularly my gums were extremely sensitive and tended to bleed.

    Make sure you use a bristle stiffness that is comfortable for you. Everyone's gums are different and so you may be better off with a softer-bristled toothbrush or a stiffer one. A Sonicare is not a magic wand (well...not DENTALLY anyway) and people are often surprised to learn that I use a good old-fashioned manual toothbrush

    For white teeth I find that splitting the difference between professional treatments and gargling hydrogen peroxide usually works the best. Buy a tube of Rembrandt Deeply White (or Intense Stain depending on how yellow your teeth are) and the matching mouthwash. Both contain safe levels of Urea Peroxide but much higher than your average "whitening" products. (i don't like strips or trays as they are often too powerful and can cause horrific, long-term inflammation of the gums and intense sensitivity)

    Also purchase a tube of Sensodyne ProNamel. Brush, floss and gargle with the Rembrandt products at night and then in the morning (prepare for BAD morning breath BTW, especially with the mouthwash) brush with the Sensodyne to ward off the sensitivity that can develop with daily use of powerful whitening products.

    Get in the habit of running your tongue over your teeth. If they feel fuzzy, rough or anything but smooth and glassy then you're due for a brushing. The key to getting your teeth healthy and white is consistency. It doesn't hurt to be a little neurotic either. If you carry a bag or backpack during the day get in the habit of keeping a "spare" toothbrush and a travel-size tube of Colgate in one of the pouches (I know, I know. I use 3 types of toothpaste, right? I find colgate has the best, longest-lasting "clean" feeling, taste and smell. In other words, perfect pre-date toothpaste).

    DAMN! You are so on point , man!
    I work in a resort area, and all I do is talk to people so Im all about the mouth looking right, and the breath being MINTY FRESH! the guy who started this topic should get a GOLD STAR TOO! great topic! nothing worse than a man who looks good from afar, but you cant really get close too because of "That"......
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    Oct 19, 2012 7:12 AM GMT
    I just care about how his breath smells like. I went on a date with this guy once and his breath smelled like straight up shit. The sewer kind.

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    As for teeth. it doesn't matter to me as long as he has some and not none at all

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    Oct 19, 2012 7:21 AM GMT
    No you are sane!

    Knowing a healthy set of teeth is always Milky white!
    When yellow is on it just symbolize his character - simple as that! and his luck! , Bad breath, I could actually pass yet, but a set of Yellow teeth its always a No no! his Saturn is pathetically weak!

    What will or could be even worst is a rotten bad breath + that (smoker's breath!), That is pure Hell!