The freshest breath of all is those of the children. But what do you say if your own kid is suffering from it? This isn’t supposed to be the situation in his or her early years, but neither can it be prevented from happening. This is escalated if the child has nasal dripping or not governed in properly cleaning or exercising oral hygiene. There are more oral conditions that can be a cause to this condition.
Here are some of the causes why your child is having a foul odor mouth even at this early stage.
1.) Poor oral hygiene.
Children at a very young age are oblivious to oral hygiene as well as the rest of the types of hygiene that a person must indulge in. You need to help them understand what it is for and why they need to do it regularly even if that will mean doing it by themselves. You can also do some switching of toothpaste brands and flavors so they will have fun while exercising oral hygiene by themselves.
2.) Tooth decay.
One of the most prevalent causes of bad breath in children is rooted in serious tooth decay. This can be identified with the smell of his breath. It smells just what his teeth smell, decayed.
3.) Certain conditions like acute and chronic sinusitis.
These types of sinusitis are usually causing nasal drippings or discharges either through the nose or through the mouth-nose connection that is situated at the upper portion of the mouth. These drippings can foul the breath or mouth of a child, which will cause his bad breath as well.
4.) A signal of Pharyngitis.
A child having a nose throat infection or Pharyngitis is surely to have a bad odor in the mouth because of the bacterial infection he/she is suffering.
Seasonal allergies may as well cause your child’s bad breath. Certain
allergies can cause post nasal drippings that like sinusitis, can cause bad odor in the mouth. This is because it has bacterial infections that may also cause these bad odors.
6.) A foreign object rotting in the nose or mouth.
A child is too risky to be left alone. He or she may shove something into his or her mouth without you knowing it. This may be something like a corn kernel, a pea, or just anything that can amuse him or her. When it is left in the nose or mouth for more than a day, they will begin their decomposition period and rot and smell. This smell will be transmitted to the breath of the child, but not for long, it will be gone too.
A child is very likely to go through the same troubles as adults when they are experiencing shameful conditions like a bad breath. This is why it is very important that you provide the best guidance you can muster. Have them checked regularly if they are doing proper oral hygiene as you taught them to do.
Don’t let them skip any of these as it is for their own good and what they practice at this early time will be adapted as years flow. You don’t want them to go through difficult situations that involve being backed away by their friends and loved ones, do you?