A Sensitive SubjectHalitosis, or bad breath, affect more than 80 million people inthe United States. In most cases, people with bad breath are noteven aware of the problem. Halitosis has a significant impact, bothpersonally and socially, on those who suffer from it. If you think thatyou suffer from bad breath, Dr. Tolle can help determine the sourceof the odor. If Dr. Tolle believes that the problem is cause from aninternal source, such as an infection, he may refer you to your familyphysician to help treat the cause of the problem.What causes bad breath? Typically, bad breath originates in yourgums and tongue. It is caused by the waste from bacteria in themouth, decayed food particles, other debris in your mouth, and badoral hygiene. The decay and debris produce a chemical compoundthat causes the unpleasant odor. Bad breath may occur in peoplewho have a medical infections, diabetes, kidney failure. Even stress,dieting, snoring, age and hormonal changes can have an effect onyour breath. Dry mouth and tobacco also contribute to the problem.Do certain foods or drinks cause bad breath? Very spicy foods,such as onions and garlic, and drinks like coffee may be detected ona person's breath for up to 72 hours after digestionHow can I control bad breath? Visit your dentist regularly becausecheckups will help detect any systemic causes. Check-ups also helpto get rid of the plaque and bacteria that build up on your teeth. Itis important to practice good oral hygiene, including brushing andflossing your teeth at least twice a day to remove bacteria and plaque.New patients always welcomeDr. Doug Tolle, DDs1712 W. Plymouth StBremen, IN 46506BremenFamily Dentistry574-546-2851BremenFamilyDentistry.com A Sensitive Subject Halitosis, or bad breath, affect more than 80 million people in the United States. In most cases, people with bad breath are not even aware of the problem. Halitosis has a significant impact, both personally and socially, on those who suffer from it. If you think that you suffer from bad breath, Dr. Tolle can help determine the source of the odor. If Dr. Tolle believes that the problem is cause from an internal source, such as an infection, he may refer you to your family physician to help treat the cause of the problem. What causes bad breath? Typically, bad breath originates in your gums and tongue. It is caused by the waste from bacteria in the mouth, decayed food particles, other debris in your mouth, and bad oral hygiene. The decay and debris produce a chemical compound that causes the unpleasant odor. Bad breath may occur in people who have a medical infections, diabetes, kidney failure. Even stress, dieting, snoring, age and hormonal changes can have an effect on your breath. Dry mouth and tobacco also contribute to the problem. Do certain foods or drinks cause bad breath? Very spicy foods, such as onions and garlic, and drinks like coffee may be detected on a person's breath for up to 72 hours after digestion How can I control bad breath? Visit your dentist regularly because checkups will help detect any systemic causes. Check-ups also help to get rid of the plaque and bacteria that build up on your teeth. It is important to practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing your teeth at least twice a day to remove bacteria and plaque. New patients always welcome Dr. Doug Tolle, DDs 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

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A Sensitive Subject Halitosis, or bad breath, affect more than 80 million people in the United States. In most cases, people with bad breath are not even aware of the problem. Halitosis has a significant impact, both personally and socially, on those who suffer from it. If you think that you suffer from bad breath, Dr. Tolle can help determine the source of the odor. If Dr. Tolle believes that the problem is cause from an internal source, such as an infection, he may refer you to your family physician to help treat the cause of the problem. What causes bad breath? Typically, bad breath originates in your gums and tongue. It is caused by the waste from bacteria in the mouth, decayed food particles, other debris in your mouth, and bad oral hygiene. The decay and debris produce a chemical compound that causes the unpleasant odor. Bad breath may occur in people who have a medical infections, diabetes, kidney failure. Even stress, dieting, snoring, age and hormonal changes can have an effect on your breath. Dry mouth and tobacco also contribute to the problem. Do certain foods or drinks cause bad breath? Very spicy foods, such as onions and garlic, and drinks like coffee may be detected on a person's breath for up to 72 hours after digestion How can I control bad breath? Visit your dentist regularly because checkups will help detect any systemic causes. Check-ups also help to get rid of the plaque and bacteria that build up on your teeth. It is important to practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing your teeth at least twice a day to remove bacteria and plaque. New patients always welcome Dr. Doug Tolle, DDs 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com A Sensitive Subject Halitosis, or bad breath, affect more than 80 million people in the United States. In most cases, people with bad breath are not even aware of the problem. Halitosis has a significant impact, both personally and socially, on those who suffer from it. If you think that you suffer from bad breath, Dr. Tolle can help determine the source of the odor. If Dr. Tolle believes that the problem is cause from an internal source, such as an infection, he may refer you to your family physician to help treat the cause of the problem. What causes bad breath? Typically, bad breath originates in your gums and tongue. It is caused by the waste from bacteria in the mouth, decayed food particles, other debris in your mouth, and bad oral hygiene. The decay and debris produce a chemical compound that causes the unpleasant odor. Bad breath may occur in people who have a medical infections, diabetes, kidney failure. Even stress, dieting, snoring, age and hormonal changes can have an effect on your breath. Dry mouth and tobacco also contribute to the problem. Do certain foods or drinks cause bad breath? Very spicy foods, such as onions and garlic, and drinks like coffee may be detected on a person's breath for up to 72 hours after digestion How can I control bad breath? Visit your dentist regularly because checkups will help detect any systemic causes. Check-ups also help to get rid of the plaque and bacteria that build up on your teeth. It is important to practice good oral hygiene, including brushing and flossing your teeth at least twice a day to remove bacteria and plaque. New patients always welcome Dr. Doug Tolle, DDs 1712 W. Plymouth St Bremen, IN 46506 Bremen Family Dentistry 574-546-2851 BremenFamilyDentistry.com

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