Dealing with Bad Breath

Bad breath is an issue that affects everyone occasionally, yet it is a chronic condition for many. This can be an embarrassing situation both personally and professionally, and it is one that needs to be brought to your dentist’s attention. There are certain severe causes of bad breath that need to be medically treated, and there are others that require simple changes in your oral habits. For those who have ruled out medically related issues, the following can produce significant results in freshening your breath.

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