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Aug 17th, 2008 Keeping the London air clean Get in touch

I once read an anecdote where a person had to talk to a teller through a small hole in the window. And since they had a hard time hearing each other, they had to speak close to that hole. Unfortunately, the teller had halitosis. So, that person wanted to speed the conversation up in order to breathe fresh air once again. Hilarious, isn’t it. Unfortunately, it commonly happens and a lot of them are not aware that they have it.Halitosis is basically known as bad breath. It is often caused by the accumulation of bacteria in the oral cavity from particles of food left inside. When you have a tooth decay or dental caries, it may also lead to bad breath. Bleeding gums or gingivitis can also be a cause of halitosis. This is one of the reasons why dentists always advise their patients to clean their teeth and tongue thoroughly through brushing and flossing. Mouthwash or gum can help mask the odor but it does not treat the underlying condition.

How do you get rid of this bad breath that will not only affect the health of your body but your social status as well? First is treating the tooth decay and gingivitis. If you need to have a tooth extracted because of its decay, then you have to do it. And always keep your mouth clean and fresh by regular brushing and flossing.

Do these steps and you are on your way to that perfect smile and fresh breath, including keeping the air of London smelling clean.

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