페이지 정보작성자 Lashay 작성일22-07-28 12:19 조회9회 댓글0건
Causes of Bad Breath:
Some of the primary causes of halitosis are:
o It's caused by a specific type of bacteria which resides on the soft tissues in the jaws, mostly the backside of the tongue. These halitosis germs live under a blanket of mucous. Dead bacterial cells produce sulfur gases that causes the bad odor. Unfortunately, no mouthwash can clean these bacteria, irrespective of how often you utilize it, and toothbrushes can also be of very little help.
o Food debris which accumulates on the back of the tongue lead to bad smell.
o Poor oral hygiene also causes bad breath. If you do not wash the mouth of yours correctly after eating, the food particles in you mouth can rot and start to smell. They begin collecting bacteria which cause the bad odor.
o the teeth of ours attract bacteria containing plaque very easily, therefore in case we do not brush our teeth regularly and thoroughly, copious amounts of bacteria get accumulated, what creates poor inhale.
o If you have periodontitis well then you may often have bad breath, as the bacteria gets piled up in places which are not washed very easily, like serious pockets around teeth.
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