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Halitosis: The key to "curing" any chronic health issue is to determine the etiology of the problem. Halitosis may be caused by periodontal disease that should be treated by a good dentist and/or hygienist. In addition, halitosis can be caused by gastric issues that are unresolved, and sometimes by a persistent sinus infection or post-nasal drip. Make an appointment soon to determine the cause and remedy! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Halitosis: Bad breath can be caused by many different factors, including sinus infections, periodontal problems, smoking, cavities, acid reflux, and your diet. Address all of these possibilities with your dentist and physician, and I'm confident that your problem will at least be minimized, and hopefully eradicated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have this chronic halitosis and it's so hard and depressing. How can I get the chlorophyll tablet, or capsule?
Halitosis: Chlorophyll tables are not going to help. Most all of bad breath comes from the oral cavity or mouth. Caries, gum disease and poor oral hygiene are the usual suspects. Some bad great could be caused by sinus problems, tonsillar stones, throat infections and gut problems. I recommend you visit a dentists or periodontist to rule out gum disease, cavities or both. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chronic halitosis despite good oral hygiene, non smoker, no strong smelling foods being consumed, healthy weight range and no other issues. Causes?
Simple solution: In the majority of cases, the cause of bad breath, or halitosis, is the product of bacteria in the mouth. The proper diagnosis is the key to a successful treatment. See your dentist for Halimeter test, diagnosis and bad breath treatment that depends on its cause. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ihave chronic halitosis. Nd my tongue is white have great diet, brush floss been 2everydoctor.I think its on my tongue.Do I need laser tongue surgery?
May be your stomach: Halitosis may have many causes. It sounds like you are taking good care of your teeth. If you are continuously getting a white coating on your tongue it may not be related to your teeth. Various medications can cause an overgrowth of the cells on your tongue and they can harbor bacteria which may cause the odor. Sometimes it can be related to your digestive system, check with your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer