The Reality Behind the Halitosis Myths

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  • The Reality Behind the Halitosis Myths
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    Jun 28


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    In an earlier article we discussed common misconceptions that the culture of ours perpetuates regarding chronic bad breath, or halitosis. This particular week we will discuss those five myths and go into the reality behind them and also the best way to treat foul smelling breath knowing those myths.

    Myth one: Mouthwash eliminates extreme breath odor

    Myth one: Mouthwash eliminates severe breath odor
    Despite common rumors about mouthwash turning out to be the quick fix to foul smelling breath, mouthwash in reality does not remove halitosis. It’s accurate that utilizing mouthwash during the dental hygiene regimen of yours can help promote good dentistry health; however, mouthwash can’t fix halitosis. When one is suffering from chronic halitosis, the solution is significantly beyond practicing good dental hygiene. Mouthwash can in fact worsen very bad halitosis because the alcohol present in mouthwash exacerbates the halitosis condition by drying the mouth.
    Reality: Use an alcohol free mouthwash to continue practicing healthy dental hygiene without further dehydrating your mouth. If you locate the smell persists, go to a doctor to discuss options for remedying halitosis.

    Myth #2: if you blow into your hand, you can tell if you have foul smelling breath

    Myth #2: if you blow into the hand of yours, you can tell if you have foul smelling breath
    This well-known’ diagnosis’ for breath which smells is unfortunately, misleading and ineffective. As we mentioned in our previous posting, your nose grows used to the perfumes surrounding it and consequently, cannot detect chronic, continuous bad inhale. The cup your hands and sniff technique could possibly be helpful for self diagnosing momentary odors on the breath of yours (like right after eating an onion), but fails to accurately reveal chronic halitosis.

    Myth #3: Chronic bad breath is a hygiene problem

    Myth #3: Chronic bad breath is a hygiene problem
    Some physicians who specialize in eliminating persistent halitosis as well as bad breath usually have to dispel the misconception that bad exists due to a lack of proper hygiene. Most halitosis individuals come to hospitals now practicing consistent as well as nutritious dental hygiene. For persistent as well as serious foul smelling breath, the issue generally exists due to hereditary issues or a physiologic factors and prodentim complaints have absolutely no correspondence with proper oral hygiene.

    Myth #4: This’s caused by particular foods

    Myth #5: There’s no cure

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