Halitosis can occur due to various reasons. Hence it is very important to know what the cause is so that the treatment can be done accordingly.
Few reasons can be...
Gastrointestinal disturbances ( Gerds)
Few patients also develop Halitosis when they have fever.
One of the cause can be bad oral hygiene habits and periodontal problems.
You can visit the dentist for an opinion regarding oral hygiene...and if that is the cause you can go for complete scaling and subgingival scaling ( if required) and follow the introductions as given by the dentist. If the problem is not related to the oral hygiene you need to know what it is and then proceed accordingly.
visit your dentist for opinion
know the cause which is very important to treat the condition
Hi,Please visit a dentist to get a cleaning done to get rid of your bad breath.If it does not go with cleaning then other causes such as frequent cold, stomach problems & drinking less water should be ruled out.
Halitosis can be due to multiple causes and maintains Cr of oral hygiene is so very important...
Bad odour means u have a periodontal problem..
visit ur dentist regularly..
I am sure they will do the best !!
please get examined and evaluated by ur dentisit, bad smell or halitosis could be cured by simple procedure scaling or cleaning of teeth, if your problem is more severe, there are different treatment methods, once ur dentist diagnoses it, and he will guide on the traetmwnt required
bad smell from mouth could be because of deposits or food lodgement between teeth. Visit a dentist and get your scaling and polishing done. It could also be because of cold, acidity, stomach problems, not drinking enough water, not eating or fasting for long intervals. Brush twice daily, floss regularly. You can avoid it by rinsing after every 1-2 hours.
Dr. Som Ranjan summed it up quite well. Visit to the dentist should def. help you in identifying and solving the problem.
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