Common Bad Breath Causes Summary: In knowing the common bad breath causes helps us understand people with this condition. Have you experienced having someone close to you- a friend maybe, which happens to have stinky breath? Or, that you have a hard time telling someone that she/he has a bad breath? I understand because I had the same experience and no matter how much we wanted to tell that someone who has the terrible flaw, we still can’t do it, even if you can, the thought of spitting the words out is not easy. But, before we start feeling bad for anyone with bad breath,Read More →

Natural Oral Health Care Products Are the Recipe for Healthy Teeth and Gums Contrary to what television commercials and magazine advertisements would have you believe, you don’t need the chemicals in most toothpastes, mouthwashes, and other oral health care products to tackle gingivitis, periodontal gum disease, dry mouth, or bad breath. In reality, many of those advertisements mislead you into believing that simply using mouthwash will combat periodontal infection. In fact, the plant soaps, essential oils, vitamins, and herbs in natural oral health care products are often more effective in the treatment of gingivitis, in periodontal disease prevention, in dry mouth treatment, and in theRead More →

{Naturally, some people have bad breath, which is caused, by bacteria {Food particles that are left over in your tooth socket will decay and rot in your teeth. This will cause bad breath if not gotten rid of. Thus, this is one of the causes of tooth decay. Bad breath from this source can be avoided.|Hydrogen sulphide is one contributor of bad breath. Bacteria that act on food particles during digestion release it. So, if you must get rid of bad breath, then avoid any accumulation of hydrogen sulphide in the mouth.} {If you are having a medical problem that makes you short of saliva,Read More →

Is Bad Breath A Sure Sign Of Gum Disease? The answer is no! While bad breath is a possible sign of gum disease, other common causes crop up as well. For example, tonsil stones can cause bad breath. Tonsil stones are created when decaying food debris collects in the crevices of the tonsils and becomes compacted into what are referred to as “stones.” You can have bad breath from tonsil stones without having any gum disease at all. Post-nasal drip can also cause bad breath, as the discharged mucous provides a rich food for the anaerobic bacteria that cause bad breath, helping them to multiplyRead More →

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