Do you have bad breath, really bad breath?
It might not be the garlic or onions, coffee or alcohol.
While bad breath can be an indicator of gum disease, sometimes bad breath can be linked to the types of bacteria that dominate the back portion of your tongue.
People plagued by bad breath despite regular brushing, flossing and gargling with mouth wash could benefit from laser therapy.
Wiping out long-standing bad breath in a one-time, pain-free treatment at Loveable Smiles in Richardson.
Bacteria & The Tongue
Some bacteria protect against halitosis, the formal name for really bad breath, while others cause the pungent odor.
One of the reasons people have found great difficulty fighting bad breath is because they don’t know how to reach the areas of the tongue where bacteria live, feed, and reproduce undisturbed.
The back of the tongue is an ideal breeding ground for anaerobic (oxygen resistant) bacteria.
Dr. Korenman of Loveable Smiles uses a gentle water laser to target bacteria, to eliminate smelly bacteria on the tongue.
After treatment, many people don’t even have morning breath.
Relief from persistent bad breath or a bad taste in your mouth can be can be found by making an appointment to see Dr. Korenman at 972-231-0585.