Oral Health

Question
Posted by: Beverley | 2009/11/25

Q.

Bad Breadth

please advice as my husband is experiencing bad breadth and he went several times to the dentist to have his teeth washed but still it does not help

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

80% of bad breath is oral/dental in origin.
If the dentist cannot find any dental cause for the problem, it may be that there is some physiological/medical cause- eg ulcers, throat infection.
See your physician

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Posted by: dental expert | 2009/11/25

80% of bad breath is oral/dental in origin.
If the dentist cannot find any dental cause for the problem, it may be that there is some physiological/medical cause- eg ulcers, throat infection.
See your physician

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