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Depends on cause: See the following website: http://smilesapartcosmeticdentist. Com/fresh-breath-control. Htm there are both dental and medical causes of bad breath. You really can't "cure" bad breath although you can prevent or treat it. The most common cause is poor oral hygiene. See a dentist (and\or a physician) for help and guidance. ...Read more
See your dentist: See your dentist. Have the dentist rule out decay and periodontal disease. Have enhanced hygiene-- brushing at a forty five degree angle between the tooth and the gingiva, flossing correctly, using a tongue scraper and possibly a prescribed rinse. If the etiology is not determined to be dental, a MD consult may be needed. ...Read more
Find cause: Chronic sinus problems, dental or gum disease, gastric emptying problms are all potential causes. If your dentist have given you a clean bill of oral health, and you are on no medications which can cause salivary gland decrease, you may wabt to see your doctor. Good oral hygiene is imperative, teeth, gums, flossing, and tongue should all be cleansed frequently. ...Read more
Bad Breath Cures: The symptom of bad breath can come from many different ways in the digestive system. I would start with the mouth. Be certain that you are current with your dentist. Periodontal disease can lead to bad breath. Getting and keeping your gums clean can go a long way to improve breath. Be sure to clean your tongue. I recommend a tongue scraper and change your toothbrush regularly. ...Read more
Check dentures: Very after dentures may be the cause. Also adequate fluid intake & oral hygiene will help. ...Read more
How to cure bad breath? Hi, I'm 19yo male and I suffer from unbearable life changing twenty four hour bad breath. Its really effected my life in a negative way. I've always been a really clean person. I brush 6 times a day minimum and I always brush after
I'm sorry you're having so much trouble with bad breath.
Halitosis (bad breath) can be caused by a number of conditions, but it usually arises from dental problems (cavities, gum disease, or periodontal disease) or respiratory infections, such as sinusitis (your mucous drainage and throat lump could be indications of such an infection). Smoking is a common cause of bad breath, too.
My recommendations are as follows:
If you haven't seen your dentist recently, I would urge you to do so. You may have a buildup of plaque that's causing your bad breath. If you're not flossing once daily, that's a habit that can help prevent dental problems and alleviate bad breath.
If your dentist gives you a clean bill of health, see your doctor to determine if you have a sinus infection or some other condition that's causing your bad breath.
I've attached a link that might interest you. I hope things improve soon!
http://medicalcenter. Osu. Edu/patientcare/healthcare_services/dental_care/halitosis/pages/index. Aspx. ...Read more
Three months back I had surgery to remove my tonsil stones to cure bad breath issue which I'm suffering from past 8 yrs, bad breath is still there.
Other causes?: Seen dentist, cleared sinuses, stomach, lungs, excluded foods, tobacco, meds, dry mouth, as causes? Floss, brush, teeth, tongue? Follow up with doc. ...Read more
I've been having breathing problems because of masturbation I once masturbated twice in a day and I wanted to know if there's a cure to breath better?
Did a Doctor: Tell you that your hiatal hernia is causing your bad breath or is this your conclusion? Did a dentist tell you that your oral hygiene is perfect or is this how you feel? The reason I ask is because patients like to self diagnose. The internet is fabulous for information, but without a clinical exam and more details, it is impossible to diagnose you in this forum. See your dentist for more answers. ...Read more
How to cure bad breath from acidity? Been prescribed rabeprazole 20mg, taking probiotic supplements, belching, nothing helps. Oral health is perfect
Bad Breath: Bad breath can be caused by medical or dental issues or combinations of both. See the following website as a starting point to understand the causes. By far, poor oral hygiene is the most likely cause. Then see a local dentist to eliminate dental causes. He\she may refer you to a physician if necessary. See: http://smilesapartcosmeticdentist. Com/fresh-breath-control. Htm. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I have a very bad cold and it's very hard tp breath. Anyone know how to cure this cold as quick as possible?
No: A cold is a viral infection and if your immune system is normal, you will get better in 10 to 14 days. There is no magic bullet. Zicam (zinc), fluids, vitamin C and time. Hang in there and you will be better in 1 to 2 weeks. If symptoms persist for 3 or more weeks, see your physician. ...Read more
Treat the cause:
You have to treat the cause of bad breath
get a dental check up, if normal physical exam from your doctor
bad breath can come from gum disease and bad teeth, food you consume, bacterial infection of the tongue, chronic tonsilitis, sinusuitis, stomach disorders and chronic pulmonary infections rarely
so see your dentist and doctor and follow thwei advice. ...Read more