Bad Breath | Halitosis Treatment in Quakertown, PA
Is everyone around you suddenly cutting the conversation short when you speak up? Could it be your halitosis and not your opinion that’s making you so unpopular?
Because Dr. Roeder and Dr. Kulp at Dream-Dentistry & Sleep Care in Quakertown, PA have undergone hours upon hours of advanced dentistry training, they have the skills to super-sleuth the source of your bad breath and help you find a solution fast. Schedule an appointment today at 215-804-4777.
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Common Sources Of Halitosis
While we’ve all had bouts of bad breath following a garlic-heavy meal, chronic bad breath, also known as halitosis, could be a sign of a deeper health issue.
So, it’s best to see an experienced dentist like Dr. Roeder or Dr. Kulp to help you find the source, not just cover up the odor temporarily. A couple of oral health issues that could be causing your halitosis include:
- Cavities – Tooth decay could be causing the unpleasant smell in your mouth. A filling, dental crown, or root canal treatment can rid you of both the smell and the pain a cavity can cause.
- Gum disease – When food particles get beneath your gumline, they introduce bacteria that can spread infection and cause malodors. By treating your gum disease with a deep cleaning or advanced cases with the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique, we can bring peace to your gums and end the odor.
The first step in halitosis treatment is diagnosing it with a saliva test. We might find that all you need is a thorough dental cleaning and dental exam, or we might need to treat your gum disease, cavity, or other underlying health issues to cure your halitosis.
For halitosis treatment in Quakertown, PA, call Dream-Dentistry & Sleep Care at 215-804-4777, or use our easy online form to get back to chatting without fear that your bad breath is killing the conversation.