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Are Your Teeth Causing Bad Breath

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Are Your Teeth Causing Bad Breath?

Are Your Teeth Causing Bad Breath - East River Dental Care - Newmarket - Ontario - Canada

A lot of people don’t have an idea that their breath is really awful. Bad breath is a condition also called as halitosis, and it can impact your personal and professional life badly. According to one research, around 50% people suffer from bad breath. Studies also show that 90% times the cause of bad breath can be attributed to dental origin. It is therefore important to visit your dentist in Newmarket regularly to keep dental health in check.

Dental related causes of bad breath:

  • A lot of food items such as garlic, onions, alcohol are known to cause bad breath. Even coffee is one of the contributors of bad breath. Typically, the bad breath originated because of food items is limited to a certain hours after consuming them.
  • Poor oral hygiene, not brushing or flossing regularly, can lead to consistently bad breath. The biggest hygiene mistake is however not brushing your teeth in the morning and it can cause strong halitosis. Also, if you don’t floss then the food particles will remain stuck between teeth, thus creating bad odors.
  • Smoking is also one of the major reasons accounting to bad breath in a majority of people. As the smoke gets stuck in throat and lungs, the odor is extremely bad. Most of the non-smokers can easily tell if the other person is a smoker by his breath.
  • Gum diseases, also called as periodontal diseases can cause bad halitosis due to presence of bad bacteria in mouth.


There are other deeper health issues which can also contribute to bad breath, thus needing immediate attention of dentists in Newmarket:

  • Liver Diseases
  • Kidney Failure
  • Metabolic Dysfunction
  • Acid reflux from Stomach


As soon as you realize that you are suffering from halitosis, book appointment with your dentist in Newmarket immediately. Your dentist will be able to identify the exact cause of bad breath, and accordingly provide a right treatment for the same.

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