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Posted by: BILLY | 2005/12/12

Q.

Gingavitis or Piptic Ulcer

I have a very stringent brushing routine. In the mornings I floss, brush & then use a mouth wash, but 5min later I have bad breath. I do this twice a day but to no avail. Please help!!! Is this Gingavitis or Peptic ulcers. It is a very emb..problem.

Tell me what can I do if it is a peptic ulcer.

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

Consult your dentist first to see whether you suffer from periodontal disease. This is the leading cause of bad breath and needs to be excluded first.

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