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A 21-year-old male asked:

I have a bad breath problem. i want to know that it can be cured permanently?

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Dr. Jerry Brown
Prosthodontics 53 years experience
Halatosis: Good day; I suggest you attempt in curing your bad breath. Most likely due to oral concerns and habits. Initially, eliminate stomach and or gut symptoms. Do you belch or burp, upset stomach after eating. Check with MD than appointment with DDS. May be poor home care, unhealthy gums, even nutritional concerns. Dentist will offer scaling and prophylaxis, home care instruction, medication and care.

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A 47-year-old member asked:

I want to know what do I do in order to not get bad breath?

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Dr. Joel Piehl
Periodontics 51 years experience
Oral hygiene: Brush your teeth and tongue, and floss daily. See your dentist regularly. Avoid foods like onions and garlic.

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