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Halitosis

Meta Description: The oral malodor upon waking is usual and can be related to several factors including reduced saliva production during the night, increased microbial metabolic activity during sleep, as well as mouth breathing. Different treatment strategies including mechanical debridement of tongue, rinsing with antimicrobial agents have been proposed for the management of intra-oral halitosis.

Halitosis is an unpleasant odor emanating from the mouth and may involve both oral and non-oral conditions and can be in fact a warning sign of a serious health problem, as biomarkers for diabetes, nasopharynx and respiratory diseases, stroke, pneumonia, bronchitis and chronic sinus infections, even to liver and kidney problems. The oral malodor upon waking is usual and can be related to several factors including reduced saliva production during the night, increased microbial metabolic activity during sleep, as well as mouth breathing. Against halitosis, many efforts have been undertaken for prevention or alleviation of oral malodor, which is a cause of personal embarrassment and may mal influence interpersonal relations.

Thinking about the best choice, at present, there are no standard or accepted protocols for the treatment of halitosis. Different treatment strategies including mechanical debridement of tongue, rinsing with antimicrobial agents have been proposed for the management of intra-oral halitosis. Both tongue brushing and tongue scraping have been advocated as means of reducing the numbers of VSC-producing bacteria, residual food matter and cellular debris from the gingivae and tongue, responsible for emanating the VSCs.

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https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/important-variables-for-halitosis-clinical-trials-causes-diagnostic-methods-and-treatments-jimds-1000119.php?aid=27586

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