All Oral Health News articles
|By Dr. Harold Katz - Bad Breath Expert|
December 26, 2011 - What's causing your bad breath? Hopefully not one of these stomach-churning oral conditions.
December 23, 2011 - If you have bad breath for no apparent reason, it could be due to tonsil stones.
December 23, 2011 - Though you may think that all toothpaste brands are alike, some are better than the rest when it comes to nipping bad breath in the bud.
December 20, 2011 - Why use a product that gives you bad breath and radically increases your risk of gum and jaw infections?
December 16, 2011 - Whitening your teeth at home has never been more effective, provided you choose the right type of product. If you go with cheap whiteners, you might regret it.
December 15, 2011 - Though other products may claim to eliminate bad breath-causing bacteria, K12 Probiotics are the real deal.
December 12, 2011 - Some people consider trying radical ways to keep their mouths closed at night. But sleeping on your stomach does not guarantee that your maw will stay shut, and tying up your lower jaw is just a bad idea. So what can be done to nip morning breath in the bud?
December 12, 2011 - Do you scrape your tongue? Few people do. While the benefits of tongue scraping seem pretty obvious to anyone who's ever had a case of bad breath, many folks skip it in the interest of wrapping up their oral cleaning routine as quickly as possible.
December 8, 2011 - Polar bears subsist on a diet that is almost tailor-made to generate halitosis. In humans and other mammals, oral bacteria thrive especially when an individual eats a fat- and meat-heavy diet. (Think of the Dukan's diet, which reportedly gives people halitosis that is out of this world.)
December 7, 2011 - While worrying about oral odor may make you feel a little neurotic, it's much more likely that you simply really do have bad breath.
December 6, 2011 - What causes oral odor? Where does it come from? Why does your mouth occasionally smell even when you haven't had anything pungent to eat or drink? And most importantly, how can you get rid of it instead of just masking it temporarily?
December 5, 2011 - Unlike colds sores, which occur on the outside of the lips and are caused by a virus, canker sores are bacterial in origin. It isn't microbes alone that cause them, though. They need something to lower your mouth's natural immunity first.