Bad breath

Kiss bad breath goodbye

Italians chew parsley, Iraqis stick a clove between their teeth, Indians use fennel seeds and most people believe in the fresh breath restoring powers of mint.

Would you know if you had halitosis?

Up to 89% of South Africans believe they suffer from bad breath. This is not the only surprising result to emerge from the National Fresh Breath Survey.

Battling bad breath

If you're concerned about bad breath, see your dentist. He or she can help identify the cause and, if it's due to an oral condition, develop a treatment plan.

Causes of bad breath

Bad breath can have systemic or oral causes. If you know what lies at the root of the problem, you'll know which steps you need to take to solve it.

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