You may have a charming personality and be exceptionally well groomed, but if there is a foul odor coming from your breath, you may be sabotaging it all.
Have you ever been the victim to someone’s foul-smelling breath?
What did you do? Did you come right out and tell the person or did you just ignore it and hope they figure it out?
Being that every relationship and scenario is different you must approach this with caution. If you don't know what to do, ask yourself the following questions before proceeding:
Is this appropriate? Your boss' breath always smells like coffee. You're a new hire hoping to move up in the company . . . probably not appropriate.
Is it necessary? The computer tech guy who you will only have to communicate in the future with by email or phone . . . save yourself the time and skip it.
Is this the best time? Your coworker’s dog just passed away . . . definitely not the best time.
The most importation thing to do in this situation is to put yourself in the other person’s shoes.
Think wisely about what you say and how you say it if you choose to do so.
And remember kindness and consideration is needed now more than ever.
With the help of experts in the field of dentistry we are sharing a charming graphic that illustrates the signs, causes, behavioral effects, and the best ways to combat the problem of halitosis.