The expert periodontist was featured a Times article on how to combat bad breath.
Dr. Reena Wadia offered her expert advice to Times readers in a piece titled “How to combat bad breath — mouthwash, flossing and a healthy diet.” Speaking about how the causes of bad breath, she observed that “One in three people suffers from bad breath. The two biggest causes are gum disease and a coating on the tongue. Tongue cleaning is vital, as is regular screening for gum disease.” Providing essential advice for readers looking to improve their oral health, she also suggested to “use a tongue scraper to get rid of those nasty bugs and toxins. It will help freshen your breath and can enhance your taste buds and the flavours you experience.”
Dr. Reena Wadia is a leading figure in the world of periodontology. As an associate specialist at King’s College hospital, co-editor of the British Dental Journal and a board member at the Faculty of General Dental Practice, she’s an established and respected figure within her field. Dr. Reena is also a highly recognisable voice within print and online media: her expertise, advice and opinions have been featured in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, The Telegraph, The Times, Evening Standard, Huffington Post and many more.
Dr. Reena runs her own specialist periodontal referral clinic on Harley Street, alongside an expert team she has personally trained. The private practice is committed to perfecting patients’ oral health, and aims to achieve and maintain optimal gum health for everyone who comes through their doors. The RW Perio clinic was custom-built under Dr. Reena’s direction, resulting in a luxury and high-end space kitted out with state-of-the-art equipment and a seminar room used for events, mentoring and tuition.