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DENTAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA -The bad breath.

12 Jan

The bad breath

DENTAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA.The bad breath – halitosis

 

In medical terms, bad breath is also known as halitosis. According the cause which determined it, it can be permanent or it can happen occasionally. The unpleasant odor of the oral cavity can be caused by certain foodstuffs, such as onion, garlic, tobacco, but in most cases it is caused by oral problems.

We are facing the bad breath in the morning due to the desiccation which our body accumulates during night time, the dry mouth sensation which comes up due to a saliva production decrease.

The decomposition of food leftovers from the surface of teeth, tongue, periodontal diseases, broken dental crowns, deep decay processes or any retentive area from the oral cavity determines a proper environment for the development of bacteria, implicitly maintaining a permanent halitosis.

The halitosis can be an effect of improper oral hygiene, but this is not the only cause, it can also be sign of a general medical condition. Digestive problems (the acid reflux), diabetes, pulmonary abscess, sinusitis etc, all have in common the same persistent symptom which can lead to undesirable odor. In conclusion, halitosis is a frequent reason for which people go both to the dentist and the family doctor, and the correct performance of the oral hygiene is the most important prevention factor for the oral halitosis.

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