Bad Breath

Bad breath, otherwise called halitosis, is not necessarily caused due to poor oral hygiene. Some food items, smoking, dry mouth, dental infections, ENT (ear, nose, throat) infections, acid reflux, not cleaning the tongue properly, etc., can also cause bad breath.

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How do I cure the chronic bad breath and pimples on the right side of my face?

Query: Hi doctor, I went through a period of dry mouth, dry eyes, and dry skin. The main issue that resulted from this was chronic bad breath. I had some reflux issues years ago and had undergone gastroscopy three months before. I floss regularly and have regular dental checkups. No matter what I did or...  Read Full »

Dr. Krishna Swaroop Achanta

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Firstly, I suggest you stay calm and composed, as bad breath is a very common finding in many people nowadays. In fact, to even those who visit the dentist for regular checkups! So do not attach yourself to social stigma and think negatively. Irrespective of the situ...  Read Full »

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