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Bad Breath Guide
Another name for bad breath is halitosis. Whatever you call bad breath it is a breath odor that may persist. You may notice it when you exhale (breathe out) or someone may notice it for you during a conversation.
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Food and Dietary Causes of Bad Breath
The food you eat may be one of the causes of bad breath that doesn’t go away. So even if you brush with a toothbrush twice a day, floss and rinse with mouthwash, your diet can be one the cause of bad breath.
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Diseases That Cause Bad Breath
There are many reasons for bad breath, a.k.a. halitosis including disease. Your average morning breath is a common condition that about 50% of people have. But when chronic, bad breath can also be a warning sign of more serious disease.
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Are my dentures causing my bad breath?
Like natural teeth, false teeth (dentures) can cause bad breath. In fact, they can be a breeding ground for bacteria. So, if you wear dentures and suffer from chronic bad breath (halitosis), there is likely a link.
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BreathGuard vs Mouthwash
Both BreathGuard and mouthwash aim to treat bad breath (halitosis). But, the way they do so, the effect each have, and the end results are a very different story. Before we compare the long-term effects of these two treatments, let’s look into what BreathGuard and mouthwash do and how they work.
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Diseases That Cause Bad Breath
Only about 5 to 10% of all chronic bad breath cases have an underlying disease or condition causing the bad odor. You should consult you physician for a diagnosis if you have….
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Bad Breath Guide
Almost everyone experiences bad breath from time to time. Unfortunately for some people, bad breath is a real problem that they face (almost) every day and they struggle to find a solution.
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Food and Dietary Causes of Bad Breath
A very important factor to keep in mind while treating chronic bad breath is what you eat, or more importantly: what you shouldn’t eat.
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