Abstracts Presented at International Association for Dental Research Symposium on Oral Malodor

Bad Breath, Halitosis Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
 
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Abstracts Presented at International Association for Dental Research Symposium on Oral Malodor
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Article Notes:
Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
Author(s):
J. Tonzetich
Published By:
International Association for Dental Research Symposium on Oral Malodor
Date Published:
April, 1991
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SUMMARY:
Bad breath is essentially caused by two sources, physiological and pathological. Physiological sources of bad breath come from conditions on the surface of the tongue. Pathological sources are influenced by the severity of pockets within the gums, also known as periodontal disease.

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