Bad breath, medically known as halitosis, is a common condition. However, having chronic bad odour even after brushing your teeth could be a sign of disease. Here is why you should see the dentist.
– You might be suffering from dehydration, which facilitates oral bacteria.
– Gum disease causes bad odour, since the infection in your gumline can’t be removed with a simple brush, mouthwash or floss.
– You could be having a more serious underlying illness like kidney disease, asthma and throat cancer.
Please see a dentist for treatment.
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