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i find that i have to constantly bush my teeth to prevent bed breath. i have gone to see a few dentist, but nothing helps.. Is there another underlying medical condition to this?
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535822 tn?1443976780
Could be the food you are eating, maybe try a mouth wash ,Did the dentist tell you your teeth were okay and no gum disease?I know there is something called halitosis maybe have a word with the doctor
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Watch your diet. What you eat affects the way your breath smells, so avoid foods like onions and garlic, which contain sulfur compounds that give them  and your breath  a strong odor. Cheese, orange juice, and soda (including diet soda) can also cause bad breath.
Brush and floss. Brush after eating and before going to bed, and floss once a day to remove food particles that can decompose and attract bacteria.
Drink water. Even if you don't eat for hours, at least drink water to help wash away food particles and bacteria. In fact, people get "morning breath" because there's less saliva in their mouths during the night to wash away bacteria.
Some people swear by MintAssure, an all-natural breath pill that contains parsley seed oil and natural peppermint flavoring.
Get regular dental checkups and professional cleanings help prevent tooth decay and gum infection  two conditions that can cause bad odors in your mouth.
If you still have bad breath, talk to your doctor. A medical condition, such as a sinus or lung infection, postnasal drip, or diabetes, may be the blame.
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1373852 tn?1307843048
could be sinuses or gerd(gastroesophageal reflux)
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