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Budget cuts may contribute to a worsening of bad breath
June 29, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News
Lawmakers in Massachusetts recently voted to remove the coverage of cavity filling from the state's subsidized health plans. The move may leave underprivileged residents vulnerable to many oral health problems including tooth decay, loss of teeth and bad breath.
Children learn the importance of oral care
June 28, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News
Many individuals who struggle with bad breath may have poor dental hygiene habits. These habits often start when they are young children due to a lack of education.
Tonsil stones are a silent cause of bad breath
June 22, 2010 - The Science of Bad Breath
Many people struggle with bad breath without ever finding the root cause the problem. These individuals may want to consider checking to see if they have developed tonsil stones.
Dehydration during summer activities can lead to bad breath
June 21, 2010 - The Science of Bad Breath
The arrival of summer may mean many things. Vacations, trips to the beach and backyard barbecues are at the top of the list for many people. However, warmer, more humid weather can cause dehydration which may lead to bad breath, among other conditions.
New campaign seeks to improve dental hygiene
June 18, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News
In an effort to increase awareness of the importance of proper oral hygiene - and the dangers of not brushing, which include bad breath - one oral health advocate group is launching a new campaign to distribute information to dentists and local communities.
Millions of Americans lack dental insurance
June 16, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News
Access to dental care can significantly increase a person's ability to fight bad breath. Dentists can provide their patients with strategies for improving their oral health and suggest products that may be able to help them end their breath problems.