With 75 million Americans suffering with bad breath, how do you know when it’s time to seek treatment from a professional to get rid of the problem? Bad breath expert, Dr. Richard Miller reveals three easy ways you can tell.
Finding a reputable doctor to cure bad breath/halitosis can be difficult if you aren’t sure what to ask. Here’s what you need to know to find the right one.
Do you use breath mints, gum, mouthwash or even icy-hot toothpaste but still bad breath lingers? There are six important reasons you should know about which explain why popular oral hygiene products just don’t work.
No one likes to think that their tongue is teaming with bacteria that can give off terrible odors like sulfur. If this is happening to you, learn why it does and how a breakthrough painless treatment can send that smelly bacteria away for good.
Have you ever thought of your tongue scraper like a mini lawn mower? Learn why this “mowing” approach to fresh breath will never reach the source of the problem and could actually be doing more harm than good.
When you want to enjoy eating but are afraid of turning people off or want to feel the freedom from the worry of bad breath, halitosis expert Richard A. Miller of the National Breath Center in Falls Church, VA reveals three proven methods to fresh breath.
Finding a toothpaste and mouthwash that will deliver clean, fresh breath every time is a challenge amid the sea of breath products for sale. If you’re breath has refused to submit to freshness, you’ll want to learn about the ideal mouthwash and toothpaste.
If you’ve ever wondered why bad breath keeps returning even though you’ve tried countless products, you’ll be amazed to find the answer lies with a microscopic nuisance that lives in our mouths and leaves people feeling embarrassed in social and professional situations.
Think you might have halitosis? See why gum and mints will never solve the real problem. Learn signs and symptoms, how to test yourself and why you should be concerned if your breath smells like dirty socks or rotten eggs.