Stop Masking Bad Breath

The Problem

A sensitive problem to talk about but one of our duties is to educate our patients on all subjects with a straightforward approach.

Severe Bad breath (Halitosis) can damage your career and seriously affect relationships with the people closest to you.  

It’s a problem that affects almost everyone at some time in their lives.

Many people that do realize their situation become so desperate they’ll spend huge amounts of money, trying every so called ‘cure’ there is. There are oral rinses, gels, sprays and anti-bacterial spritzes, not forgetting ‘medical’ mints and chewing gum. Don’t be fooled, keep in mind that these products only provide a temporary way to mask unpleasant mouth odor without eliminating the underlying infection. Yes it is an infection and the infection must be treated or the problem will continue.

Even the most meticulous brushing and flossing will not get rid of bad breath. 

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The Cause

Scientific research suggests that the human oral cavity may be home to as many as 500 bacterial species, most of which are capable of producing smelling compounds that can cause bad breath. And there’s a constant battle for living space between the types that cause bad breath and those that don’t. It’s the precise balance between these two that ultimately determines the quality of a person’s breath.

Most of the compounds that cause bad breath are the byproducts of anaerobic bacteria (more specifically Gram-negative anaerobic bacteria).

The term “anaerobic” describes the fact that these types of bacteria do best in environments that are devoid of oxygen. These are the same types of bacteria that are frequently associated with gum disease (gingivitis, periodontitis).

It all boils down to concentration. And the key is controlling the number of these bacteria that live in your mouth.

The Solution

We Know Oral Health

As a Founding Member of the American Academy of Oral–Systemic Health, we’re the first office in California that is certified to provide this unique, non-surgical oral treatment that successfully removes the root of the problem that causes uncontrollable bad breath. Guaranteed.

To assess and treat your bad breath problem, we provide the following:

  • Microbial analysis of oral biofilm to check for bacteria that can produce those smelly chemicals.
  • Comprehensive diagnosis to determine the type, extent and location of the problem. Odors can be found on the back or top of the tongue or in between the teeth.
  • Dietary assessment for regular meal patterns and recommended food groups. Sometimes breath odors are unpleasant because the person eats infrequently or has an unbalanced diet. When that happens, the body produces unpleasant byproducts called ketones that give the breath an odor.
  • Evaluation of your health history in terms of conditions that can contribute to breath odor.
  • Individualized treatment over a period of six weeks followed by a personalized maintenance system.
  • Ongoing dedicated follow-up and support from expert clinicians.

This System is a unique science-based treatment process that succeeds by using a highly individualized approach that really works! It is completely safe, easy to follow, non-invasive, and highly effective.

Here’s how it works.

When you visit our office, the dentist or dental hygienist will follow the System’s five steps.

1. Screening

2. Treatment

3. Evaluation

4. Maintenance

5. Revaluation

We know your health and self-confidence are important to you!  

You could brush and floss your teeth 3 times a day and still have bad breath.

If you have persistent bad breath, bad taste, bleeding gums or dry mouth problems – we have good news for you! Chronic bad breath and gum disease are treatable oral infections,

If you want cleaner, fresher breath, more confidence and, of course, a more kissable mouth – make an appointment right now. Take control of it now and you’ll never suffer from bad breath ever again. You’ll enjoy increased self-confidence and positive effects on your self-esteem.