All Oral Health News articles

March 2012

What causes of halitosis can simulate garlic breath?
March 22, 2012 - The Science of Bad Breath
It may sound like something out of a murder mystery, but it's real (if rare).

Expect dry mouth, bad breath from your morning cuppa joe
March 21, 2012 - Oral Care Industry News
With the pleasant aroma of brewed coffee inevitably comes the unpleasant odor of bad breath.

It's time to review the causes of halitosis
March 20, 2012 - Oral Care Industry News
Do you know how many different things can cause bad breath?

Can ulcers cause bad breath? Canker sores, yes. Stomach ulcers on the other hand...
March 17, 2012 - The Science of Bad Breath
While aphthous ulcers (a.k.a. canker sores) are an unmistakable indicator of halitosis, stomach ulcers may or may not cause oral odor.

As halitosis and post-nasal drip treatments, neti pots come up short
March 16, 2012 - Oral Care Industry News
Neti pots for post-nasal drip? Mmmm...nah.

Probiotic care keeps bad breath, certain germs at bay
March 14, 2012 - The Science of Bad Breath
By investing in probiotic care, you're putting your oral health first.

For cottonmouth, try specialty products and homegrown dry mouth remedies
March 13, 2012 - Oral Care Industry News
When you have a chronically dry mouth, you'll try almost anything to re-wet your palate.

Scientists lull mice into suspended animation with...chronic halitosis?
March 10, 2012 - The Science of Bad Breath
The same gas that gives chronic halitosis its funky smell is being used to protect mice from heart attack damage - and to keep them in a state of suspended animation.

Removing tonsil stones doesn't have to be a surgical affair
March 7, 2012 - Oral Care Industry News
Extract: So you've got tonsil stones. Do you need to go ahead and have a tonsillectomy? The answer is almost certainly no.

Get rid of canker sores and bad breath all in one go
March 7, 2012 - The Science of Bad Breath
Finding a canker sore on your mouth can offer you a clue as you why you've had chronic bad breath all this time.

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