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Bad Breath
Hello, I am suffering from Bad Breath since 2-3 years. I have noticed the following things but im not sure and have no idea what to do next. 1. Frequent irritation in the upper throat and Nasal Drip 24*7. 2.Tiny black spots on the side of my tongue spread around small area. 3.White coat in the middle and far part of the tongue,also few lumps on the far back. 4. Root canal done to Left-Lower Molar teeth 2 years back, cap replaced 6 months back still when i put my fingers I get a little White Gel like thing which smells bad. 5. I'm having 3 caps for my 3 front upper teeth in which 1 cap has no teeth inside, i can say hollow. When I blow the air through this part I can smell the bad air. * Endoscopy done last year. Result - Absolutely no problem *No Smoking , No alcohol,Less Meat consumption, Tried Oil pulling, Using Mouthwash, Betadine Gargle. Still the same :/ Please help me, almost lost my self confidence.
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Hi..... Floss at least once a day. Proper flossing removes food particles and plaque from between your teeth, helping to control bad breath. Brush your tongue. Your tongue harbors bacteria, so carefully brushing it may help reduce odors. People who have a coated tongue from a significant overgrowth of bacteria may benefit from using a tongue scraper. Or use a toothbrush that has a built-in tongue cleaner....
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