Have you ever experienced talking with someone who can't help but stand a few meters away from you? How about hesitating to speak in public or fearing intimate conversation with a loved one? Suffering from chronic bad breath is never a good experience. It carries a social stigma, causes emotional distress, lowers your self-esteem and hampers your daily activities and social interactions.
What causes bad breath in the first place? Dr. Arun Narang, Mississauga dentist and a staunch advocate of oral health and hygiene, claims that most cases come from gum disease, smoking, poor oral hygiene, and medical conditions or prescription drugs.