How to Investigate the Patient with Halitosis

Bad Breath, Halitosis Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
 
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How to Investigate the Patient with Halitosis
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Article Notes:
Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
Author(s):
Eric A. Wegman, MB BS, PhD, FRACT; Andrew Berman, BDS; Christopher S. Pokorny, MB BS, FRACT
Published By:
Royal Australian College of Physicians
Date Published:
July, 1999
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SUMMARY:
In most cases, halitosis is caused by a condition in the mouth, however it may also be caused by other influences. This article examines the history, causes, examination, and treatment of halitosis. Armed with flossing material, a toothbrush that reaches the back of the tongue, and chlorine dioxide mouthwash for resistant cases, most halitosis conditions can be successfully treated.

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