Oral hygiene +. Make sure to double check your child's daily flossing and brushing. Remember to go to your dental check ups every 6 months. If dental/ oral hygiene are in order, see your pediatrician to rule out tonsil issues and reflux disease. Foods can cause or contribute to bad breath.
Find cause. What is causing the bad breath? Check his oral hygiene, are there any cavities or infections? How do the tonsils look? Sometimes sinus infections can cause the problem. Does he have allergies? Id there something stuck in his nose? Does he eat something that causes it? Have your child seen by your doc or an ent.
How to get rid of bad breath I have had this problem for years I went to dentist and she told me to brush more and use mouthwash and floss?
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.
Bacteria. Usual cause of bad breath is sulfur producing bacteria. You need to brush 2x/day for 2 FULL minutes by the clock. You need to floss DAILY. 2x/day would be even better. Mouthwash my help marginally. Brush top of tongue or use tongue scraper. See your MD to rule out infected tonsils/adenoids, infected sinuses, or GERD. Can also be from diet, Meds, supplements, systemic disease, etc.
Possible MD eval. After a complete full mouth series of radiographs and a complete periodontal examination has turned up nothing, see your MD to check for any systemic issues.
How to discuss bad breath with dentist I am really embarrassed and kind of scared to talk about it? I've dealt with this for years and need to get rid
Bad breath is. Not a easy topic to discuss but your dentist has seen it many times and wants to help. You may also need to consult w/a nutritionist. Diet and metabolism may be part of the situation. Peace and good health.
Please. Please talk to your Dentist. Don't be embarrassed. Your Dentist wants to help you address this problem and is exquisitely trained to do so. There are many causes for bad breath, mostly dental but some medical. Your Dentest can help you determine the cause (s) and quickly and efficiently resolve this issue.
See DDS ASAP. In the majority of cases, the cause of bad breath or halitosis, is the product of bacteria in the mouth and gum disease. Bad breath can be very embarrassing, but it is a common condition and there are numerous ways to treat it. See your dentist for Halimeter test, diagnosis and bad breath treatment that depends on its cause. Good luck.
Brush your tongue. Also you should see a dentist to rule out any oral infections or gum disease. The tongue can harbor many bacterial colonies and if it is not cleaned regularly can be a significant source of bad breath. I prefer tongue scrapers over toothbrushes. You should be able to find one in the dental product aisle of any drug store.
Floss, tongue scraper. Sometimes flossing will help reduce the amount of bacteria that causes the bad breath. A tongue scraper is also useful in cleaning the tongue more effectively than just brushing it. If you do have bleeding gums then you should visit your dentist for your checkup / cleaning. Other causes of bad breath may be from your sinus or stomach reflux.
Brush. Brush your teeth and tongue. If onions cause a stomach upset, drink a few ounces of water with baking soda added to reduce the acidity of your stomach.
Temporarily. Brushing and flossing as well as mouth washes will cover up the odor. The breath odor will only disappear once the onion is fully digested and passes through your body.
Bad breath home reme. Brush your tonge twice a day, gargle with mouth wash like listerine 3-4 times a day, eat your parsley, avoid onion, hot pepper and garlick, ease up on cheese, ban coffe tea whiskey and wine, carry a tooth brush and brush immidiately after the meal, rinse your mouth if you can not brush, chew a sugarless gum.
Hard to do. Bad breath is usually caused by bacteria growing in the mouth. They usually are located in between the teeth and you need that cleaned out professionally. They also live on the tongue and back of throat. Try getting a tongue scraper, flossing, and gargling with 50% water and 50% hydrogen peroxide once per day. That may help some. A dental cleaning could be your best bet.
Treat the cause. See an ear nose and throat specialist to hopefully treat post nasal drip. You can also use a tongue blade once per day, especially in the morning when you wake up. As a last resort, there are some prescription mouth rinses that you can use. See the following website for their names: http://smilesapartcosmeticdentist. Com/fresh-breath-control. Htm.
Viral or allergy. Bad breath secondary to a post nasal drip is very common. Not only is it the time of year for viral infections (flu?) but you live in an area of california that has many airborne allergens. Treat the nasal drip, make sure you scape and brush your tongue. An md consult would not go amiss. Good luck!
Gum. Treat the post nasal drip. But in the mean time, use gum (sugar free of course!).
How do I get rid of bad breath, I went to the dentist she says I don't have any symptoms but I always find when I talk people covering their noses?
Tonsilloliths. Although, I can not be certain, in my practice, I have encountered a number of patients that have small tonsils, but who develop severe fetid odor because of the accumulation of food particles in the crypts of the tonsillar surface. Although the term tonsilloliths literally means stones in the tonsil, it is the bacterial multiplication around these food particles that cause the odor, not stones.
Halitosis. Halitosis--a medical term for bad breath--can be caused by many things and needs to be examined. If you have not had regular THOROUGH dental cleaning, this is #1 suspect--gum disease. It can give you rotten smell when your gums are infected and nearly dying. Post-nasal drip, certain food, tonsil stones, etc. Are other causes of bad breath. Consult more dentists--you should have a fresh breath@18.
Other causes. There are many other causes for bad breath, it's called halitosis, the primary cause is dental and oral in general (gingivitis and tooth decay) sinuses and all it's issues also might cause halitosis, third reason is gastric (hyperacidity, acid reflux etc.), diet also is a contributing factor. So investigate all the causes.
How do I get rid of bad breath from constipation, even if I empty my bowels everyday with the help of prunes? Plus, I have enough fiber and water
Constipation? Constipation does not cause bad breath. Gum disease, poor oral hygiene, post nasal drip do.
Likely not related. Bad breath has may origins. Not brushing your tongue is chief amongst them. I personally see no reason why constipation would be the culprit, unless it is accompanied by other GI problems that might be involved. Start slowly, and "peel the onion" one layer at a time. Oral hygiene, vitamins and then more esoteric layers may then be "peeled".
See a dentist. Constipation will not cause bad breath., bad breathe is caused by oral disease. See a dentist, get your teeth cleaned, follow a routine of good brushing and flossing. Keep your acid reflux under control and your breath will improve.