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Bad Breadth Case Study

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If you are experiencing bad breath it might indicate in most case a poor oral hygiene. Bad breath is often considered a social taboo and it has been reported that, concern about bad breath is estimated to be the third most frequent reason for people to seek dental care. It has also been reported in recent research studies that if you are experiencing from bad breath, then 90 percent of the time the origin of the odor is in the mouth itself.

Maintaining good oral hygiene does not end with you brushing every day in the morning, it goes much beyond that and some people need to maintain more oral hygiene than others depending on the their habits and condition of teeth and gums. If you do not blush or floss regularly , food particles can remain in your mouth which eventually leads to growth of bacteria around your teeth, gums and tongue. The growth of bacteria around your teeth, gums and tongue is the primary reason for bad breath. In addition if you are used to smoking or chewing tobacco products, chances of catching a bad breath increase predominantly and unless you use anti bacterial mouth rinses and other methods of oral hygiene it might even lead to stained teeth and also interfere with your sense of taste.

If you are experiencing persistent bad breath, then in most cases it may be something more than just poor oral hygiene. In some cases it might be caused due to gum disease. Gum disease is caused by the continuous buildup of plaque on teeth. The growth of bacteria around the gums causes the formation of toxins which irritate the gums. If gum disease continues unchecked, it can damage the gums and jawbone and also create cavities.

Persistent bad breath in your mouth might also be caused due to undiagnosed tooth decay. In many cases if you don't recognize the symptoms of tooth decay in its early stages it might become so severe that the tooth's nerve is affected and cause a tooth ache.

Another situation which can cause you continuous bad breath is improper installing

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