Bad breath is an important factor that negatively affects human relations in daily life. There are many types of bad breath. However, the most important of all these reasons are caries and gingivitis during the day. These cause chronic bad breath.
With the treatment of caries and gums, halitosis is largely eliminated.
In addition, low saliva secretion, chronic lung infection, liver and kidney diseases, diabetes, digestive system disorders, upper respiratory tract problems are also conditions that cause bad breath.
Bacteria that settle in the structures with indentations and protrusions on the tongue turn the proteins from saliva and food into sulphurous gas. These gases are the reason for the occurrence of bad breath. Likewise, the gases in the liver, digestive system and upper respiratory tract systems are the gases that cause odor. There is also an odor of breath, which is also caused by the smell of gases from the lungs.
Healthy individuals have more than three thousand gases in their breath. This kind of breath odor does not improve despite all the intervention in the mouth. Because the smell is not in the mouth.