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Certain types of food
Onions, garlic and spices can also cause bad breath Brush / Gargle after each meal
Poor Dental Hygiene
Apart from brushing your teeth well, do pay attention to brushing your tongue as it can also trap bacteria that product odors
Visit a GP Doctor as soon as possible to get it treated if you experience/encounter the following Chronic Reflux of stomach acids (gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD) – symptoms include a funny taste in the mouth and can lead to severe tooth erosion Mouth, nose and & throat conditions – examples: stones in the tonsils/ […]
Infections in your mouth
Infections like decay, gum swelling, formation of pus or post dental surgery If problem persists after exceeding usage recommendation of product, Visit a Dentist
Dry Mouth (Xerostomia) can contribute to bad breath because production of saliva is decreased. This can happen either due to medications (indirectly produce and breath by contributing to dry mouth) or during night-time when saliva flow is decreased
Lip, Tongue, Mouth sores or pain
Saliva acts as a lubricant to the mouth and also provides Immunoglobulins to fight off infections in the mouth. Patients with dry mouth are at increased susceptibility to suffer from sores, and bacterial mouth infections. Whilst there are products available for symptomatic relief of these sores, you should see your dentist to get a full […]
Trouble Wearing Denture
Denture retention requires saliva which provides a hydrostatic seal to keep the denture in place. Patients suffering from dry mouth will need additional retention aids either implants or a denture adhesive to keep the denture in place.
Bad Breath (Halitosis)
Dry Mouth (Xerostomia) can contribute to bad breath because production of saliva is decreased. This can happen either due to medications (side effects), salivary gland problems or people who continuous breath through the mouth.