The Relationship Between Volatile Sulfur Compounds and Major Halitosis Inducing Factors

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The Relationship Between Volatile Sulfur Compounds and Major Halitosis Inducing Factors
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Article Notes:
Periodontal Disease
Author(s):
Chae-Hoon Lee, Hong-Seop Kho, Sung-Chang Chung, Sung-Woo-Lee, Young-Ku Kim
Published By:
Journal of Clinical Periodontology
Date Published:
January, 2003
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SUMMARY:
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship of volatile sulfur compounds (VSC) and tongue coating to periodontal health. After testing forty subjects ranging in age from 14 to 64 years, it was demonstrated that a coating on the tongue is a primary halitosis-inducing factor. Periodontal health was also shown to contribute to VSC production.

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