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I brush twice a day and still have bad breath. Please advice. - Answered in Dentistry

  Bad breath, also known as halitosis can occur due to many reasons like poor oral hygiene, post-nasal drip, sinusitis, acid reflux, respiratory infections, diabetes, etc … View thread »

Why do I have bad breath even after maintaining proper oral hygiene? - Answered in Dentistry

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can occur due to a number of causes like poor oral hygiene, oral and dental infections, postnasal drip, sinusitis, acid reflux, respiratory infections, diabetes, etc … View thread »

My left cheek has got swollen without pain. What could it be? - Answered in Dentistry

It can be due to trauma, sinusitis due to nose infection, and due to a bite of insects … View thread »

Please explain if my teeth pressure and pain are due to TMJ problem. - Answered in Dentistry

With this, I suspect that you have got sinusitis problem because of which you feel pain in the tooth area especially it should be in the upper back tooth region … View thread »

I have pimples at the back of my tongue. Why? - Answered in Dentistry

Halitosis or bad breath can occur due to poor oral hygiene, oral and dental infections, post nasal drip, sinusitis, acid reflux, respiratory infections, or diabetes … View thread »

Why is there a hole connecting tooth socket to nasal cavity? - Answered in Dentistry

This condition leads to sinusitis which frequently gets infected … View thread »

What can be done for bad breath? - Answered in Dentistry

Sinus problems such as chronic sinusitis is also a suitable reason for bad breath … View thread »

What are the symptoms of tooth infection? - Answered in Dentistry

Upper back teeth might give you pain simulating sinusitis whereas lower back teeth come along with ear pain … View thread »

Why did my dentist suggest sinus lift for placing implant? - Answered in Dentistry

Personally, I would suggest you go without sinus lift as it can cause further complications like sinusitis or headache in the future … View thread »

What could cause constant pulsatile tooth pain? - Answered in Dentistry

Another probable reason could be sinusitis ... Sinusitis referred pain … View thread »

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