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Any Prescription For Bad Mouth Odour?

any prescription for bad mouth odour?

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complete removal of the tongue, the dentures, gums and then stitching the mouth forever!

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Drinking a lot of water can help, and avoid chewing of garlic, onions.

Your can choose good mouth gargling antiseptic, and brush your teeth last thing before you go to bed.

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brush 2wice daily, floss once a day and chew sugar free gums with xylitol for 30mins after every meal.

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Thanks I hope it does too

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A proper oral hygiene eliminates many cases of bad breath. Daily brushing and flossing removes the plaque and bacteria that often cause bad breath. Brushing and also take special care to thoroughly brush the back of the tongue

where bacteria normally collects. Chewing gum, Mints and mouthwashes can only hide bad breath, but do not eliminate this condition. Avoid foods that have powerful odours (e.g onions) and drink lots of water to insure that the mouth is cleansed and full of oxygen (an environment in which bacteria do not thrive). I hope this helps.

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Listerine and co only do a temporary work and is more appropriately for the usual odour that comes from inactivity or so. If what you have is an infection(with stronger and chronic odour) , the best bet is to visit an expert who is more knowledgeable at determining what the matter is and solution.

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I was having until I visited ENT (ear, nose and throat) doctor who put me on medication. That was how it ended. I've also learnt to visit dental clinic for mouth wash at worst once in a year.

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Thanks, i can get that from Pharmacy I think,

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take LISTERINE mouth wash too.

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where are you at? and how much does the drug cost?

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eat loads and loads of apple

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simply tell your friend to use lime

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please Abey, hope you can be serious about this, my friend has used nearly all the tooth paste available, feed on fruits, but still the problem persist.

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poster, you might also have gum disease, so you might wanna go for check up

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