Although everybody has mouth odor to some degree, bad breath could be associated with gingivitis, problems with fillings and crowns, bacteria growth on the tongue, nose or throat infections. However,it is estimated that about 80 percent of bad breath is caused by gingivitis.
Treating bad breath is difficult because its diverse origins invisible symptoms. Perfect Perio kills bad-breath causing bacteria residing in the mouth when a patient rinses the mouth for ten seconds a day. Perfect Perio electrolyzed hypochlorite water is highly effective in treating bad breath caused by periodontal diseases.
* Bacteriolysis means to destroy the bacteria causing periodontal diseases and cavities.
For most people, bad breath is very subjective. Often, a patient complains of bad breath, but when in reality, their breath is not as bad as what others perceive it to be. On the other hand, some patients remain unaware of the severity of their bad breath until their family members or friends point it out.
Fortunately, there is an objective measure for detecting bad breath. A bad breath detector is available to diagnose whether you have bad breath.
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Principal agents of bad breath are volatile sulfur compounds, which are produced by bacteria breaking down protein. Dispensed protein is usually washed away with saliva, but some conditions described below increase the amount of protein and result in bad breath.
Gingivitis and other periodontal diseases
When tartar and plaque that cause gingivitis accumulate, gum inflammation occurs, which releases bacteria, and blood or pus containing protein. A common treatment involves first removing the tartar and plaque to reduce the gum inflammation. Perfect Perio electrolyzed hypochlorite water kills bacteria and maximizes the treatment results.
A probiotic treatment option is also available. This option prevents periodontal diseases by increasing beneficial lactic acid bacteria LS1, which is naturally found in the body.
Read about the LS1 probiotic treatment
Problems with fillings and crownsA cavity and pocket under crowns or the gums improperly covered with fillings also cause bad breath because the space may collect the protein. If the root is not treated properly, pus may be deposited deep inside. A treatment first corrects the problems to eliminate the cause of bad breath.
Bacteria on the tongue
Often people notice a white coating on the tongue when they are not feeling well. This coating is like plaque of the tongue and causes bad breath. Brush the tongue, too. Cleaning up the tongue will reduce bad breath. Because Perfect Perio electrolyzed hypochlorite water is highly effective in killing bacteria on the tongue.
Nose and throat infections
Nose and throat infections, such as Ozena and Pharyngitis, can cause bad breath because these respiratory tracts are all connected. Infections have to be treated by a nose and throat specialist.
Her family noticed that she had bad breath. We found out that all of her fillings and crowns were infected, which caused pus underneath the gums. Because crowns in the front teeth and fillings in the back teeth were not fitted well, tartar and plaque were built up in the pockets between the gums.
The second photograph shows her mouth after the treatment. Because the crowns and fillings were replaced, no pockets to deposit tartar or plaque exist. Pus stopped coming out. She no longer has bad breath. After this treatment, we continued providing the Perfect Home Care treatment to maintain fresh breath.
His family noticed his bad breath. He also experienced discomfort when chewing food. After examining this patient, we discovered that his fillings and crowns were not fitted well, which caused swollen gums.
After removing all of the crowns and fillings, we provided the gum treatment and replaced them. The teeth were also aligned. Because there is no longer space between fillings and the gums to build plaque, the gums have better conditions and also bad breath is gone.
We continued providing the Perfect Home Care treatment to maintain fresh breath.
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