Mouth waterline and bad breath
Q: I’m a woman in my early 20s. I smoke about a pack of cigarettes a day. I brush my teeth well three times a day.
The problem is that after brushing teeth, white substances such as mouth mucous membranes appear in the mouth.
I looked it up and I think it’s called a bacterial membrane, but I’m not sure exactly. It occurs 10 minutes after brushing teeth. Smoking gets worse when you still have toothpaste in your mouth.
I have bad breath, too. Usually, when your mouth doesn’t feel dry, you don’t smell bad, but after brushing your teeth, you smell bad. But I can’t help but brush my teeth, and it’s frustrating. Even if you don’t smoke right after brushing your teeth, it feels dry and smells bad because of the mucous membrane in your mouth 비아그라 파는곳
A: Most people have white mucous membranes on their mouth. You don’t have to worry too much. It’s because the reaction is more sensitive than others. It’s not related to smoking, but it’s good to smoke moderately for your health.