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Which is the best toothpaste for bad breath, how to treat it permanently, how to remove bad breath, help!
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Get to know the cause for bad breath weather it is due to oral or systemic problem... Visit the dentist
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Kindly consult a dentist for clinical consultation examination to diagnose the reason for bad breath. No toothpaste will cure bad breath.
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All fluoridated tooth pastes are good. The brand of tooth paste is not the criteria...the matter of concern should be the technique of your hygiene. You need a dental visit. The dentist shall guide you with the basic precautions after scaling. The examination will help in detection of the cause of bad odour and ultimately a proper treatment
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Hello sir... Bad breathe is due to so many cause **Deposits(plaque and calculus) **Dental caries **Gastric ulcers **Tonsillitis... you need to go for scaling and polishing(cleaning)and filling of cavities if any there in your mouth
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kindly visit dentist for furthur management.......kindly visit gastroenterologist if you have gastric disturbances....kindly visit ENT specialist if you have tonsillitis problem
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Gum disease is an infection that comes from a buildup of bacteria on the teeth. If left untreated, it can cause gum recession, bone and/or tooth loss and bad Breath also so you need to go for dental check up, they will assist you all the procedure and treatment.
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Visit any nearest Dentist
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You can you lot of Antiseptic Mouthwash like Listerine,chlorhexidine etc.
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Only toothpaste would not reduce the bad breath in your mouth..Initially you have to visit a dentist to get cleaning/ scaling of your teeth to remove all the food that is stuck..Start with 3 step procedure to keep your teeth healthy- use of toothpaste with proper brushing technique twice a day, use of mouthwash and dental floss..Warm saline rinses keep your gums healthy too.
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Bad breath can be due to various reasons. You can start with having your teeth cleaned by the dentist to remove the plaque and tartar from your teeth. Then regularly scrapping your tongue to remove any soft deposits on the tongue. Drink water regularly too.
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See dentist for teeth cleaning
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Scrap your tongue regularly too.
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Bad breath msg because due to calculus deposition which help bacteria to grow thus causing bad breath and smell. Bad breath may also be caused by constant cold n dripping in the throat. Get it thoroughly checked by a dentist. Get scaling polishing done and maintain your oral health as instructed by the dentist
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